|Born June 5, 1912 in New York City.|
Education : Cooper Union Art School.
Brooklyn Museum 1933, 1943-1945; Springfield Museum 1937; 1939 Worlds Fair in New York; Art Institute of Chicago 1940; AFA Traveling Exhibit 1940 and 1941; Pepsi-Cola 1945.
From an artist supplied biography:
He studied at Cooper Union where he received a second prize in the late twenties. In 1936 he received the second prize in the American Contemporary Art National Competition. The Jury consisted of Stuart Davis, Raphael Soyer and Max Weber. He was one of the painters selected by jury to be included in "American Art Today" at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
He also "placed" in the Pepsi Cola National Competition in 1945. The exhibition was held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In addition his work has been exhibited in the Brooklyn Museum in the years 1928, 1933, 1943, and 1945; Springfield Museum in 1937; Art Institute of Chicago 1940; AFA 1940 and 1941; Texas Fine Arts Association 1943; American Art Gallery 1949; Pasadena Museum 1951 and the Orange Show in Riverside California in1956.
Two of his paintings were included in the 1976 Bicentennial "America as Art" exhibition covering two hundred years of American Art at the National Collection of Fine Arts in Washington, DC.
Besides being represented in private collections, he has over a dozen of his works in various museums, such as The Denver Art Museum, the National Museum of American Art, The Butler Institute of American Art, The Georgia Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers.