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 Frank Palmieri  (1918 - )

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Lived/Active: New York/Maine      Known for: land-seascape painting, often with child figures

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Frank Palmieri
Exhibited at the Salmagundi club in 1968
Photo provided by Frank Campanella
This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following was submitted by the artist's daughter:

Palmieri did do a lot of drawing, he especially loved to use a felt tip pen called the "Flo-Master."  He created a lot of those drawings on location, especially around Cape Ann in Massachusetts, and the many harbors and coves of Southern Maine.  He also used it to make quick studies of my sister and I, our cousins, and childhood friends. He often had us pose with musical instruments, especially violin and guitar. He had many of the harbor drawings made into prints that he sold at shows and in the Ogunquit gallery. In the 60's and 70's, around the era of the Washington Square Outdoor Art Shows, he did many sepia tone oils on masonite.  Paintings of children with flowers and pets are very typical of this era. Later on he also did many sepia oil washes on paper that he would sell in his gallery.

Frank went to France in the 1970's to create a series of stone lithographs.  Many of those had children as subjects. They are some of my favorite works of his.  Frank has also painted many portraits.  Especially during the years he had the gallery in Ogunquit, and at his studio in Indialantic.  Most of Frank's paintings in full color, of beach scenes with children and families, of the rocky coast, and other village scenes were done during the era where he had the Ogunquit gallery, and after he moved to Indialantic.  Favorite places for him to paint were downtown Portsmouth, NH, Kennebunkport, ME, and Melbourne, FL. He also loved to paint the southern Maine coastline, the Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Goose Rocks, and in Rockport and Gloucester, MA.  He currently (2010) paints on the beaches of Indialantic and Melbourne, FL, and other local Melbourne scenes. He still enjoys painting portraits and children.

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Frank Palmieri, a landscape and seascape oil painter, has painted on location in France, Italy, Mexico as well as the U.S.  Most of his career was spent living in New York City and Ogunquit, Maine where he had an art gallery, but in 1987, he moved to Indialantic, Florida.

He was born and raised in New York City.  After service in the Air Force during World War II, he attended the Art Students League on the G.I. Bill, studying under such noted teachers as Reginald Marsh, Ivan Olinsky, Robert Brackman, and Frank Reilly.  In 1963 he won the Robert Lehman award, enabling him to study for one year at the National Academy of Design under Morton Roberts.

Palmieri was a full-time artist with studios in Ogunquit, Maine, Long Island and New York City.  He occasionally gave lectures on his art in the New York area.

Frank Palmieri has won over forty major art awards which include: The Grumbacher Award for Outstanding Contribution to the arts, 1969; Veterans of Foreign Wars Award, 1968; Best in Show Malverne Artists, 1967; Best in Show, National Art League, 1966.  He has had numerous one-man shows and his works are hung in many collections.

Memberships
Vero Beach Art Club
Salmagundi Club, NY,
Art Students League- Life Member, NY
Allied Artists
National Art League, NY
Brevard Art Center & Museum, FL
Artists Forum, Melbourne, FL
Spacecoast Art League, FL
Vero Beach Art Club, FL


Written and submitted December 2006 by Scott Wilder, Art Researcher from Olathe, Kansas.

Sources include the Vero Beach Art Club





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