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 Julian Clarence Levi  (1874 - 1971)

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is submitted by Michel Goeldlin, relative of the artist, September 2003.

Born 8 December 1874, on 87th Street, in New York City, Julian Clarence Levi was the son of Albert A. and Henrietta Meyer Levi, aunt of my grand-mother Irma Asiel Bloomingdale.

Levi was an architect and painter (I have two watercolors by him) and lived across
the Avenue from the new Madison Square Garden, He has been described as having a radiant personality and a short, discreet man speaking with a soft voice.

In WW1 he was rejected for being too short by the US Army, where he had volunteered to fight in France, so he joined the French Army as an ambulance driver. After the war the Association of American Architects designated him to present the French Government with the replica of the Chartres Cathedral's leaded stained glass. For this accomplishment, he was made Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. At the end of his life he was one of the few Americans to be a Commandeur in that prestigious French Order.

His art studies were completed in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux Arts and the Ecole d'Architecture.

We all loved that unique gentlemen with a great sense of humor.

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