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 Peter Paone  (1936 - )

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: surreal figure-iconic painting, graphics

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Peter Paone was born in Philadelphia and educated at the Philadelphia College of Art. He has taught at Pratt Institute in New York, The National Academy of Design in New York and since 1978 The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. The artist has received a number of grants and awards such as two Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grants, a Pennsylvania Council for the Arts Grant, A Mid- Atlantic Foundation grant, the first Print Club Award of Merit, The 172nd Annual Painting Prize from The National Academy of Design and three years in London on a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.

His work has been featured in fifty two one person exhibitions in New York, Houston, Fort Worth, Philadelphia, as well as in London, Vienna and Germany. Since 1960, his work has joined that of other artists in sixty national and international group exhibitions. A selected list of public collections in which paintings, drawings and prints are represented include The Museum of Modern Art, in New York, The Victoria and Albert Museum and The British Museum, in London England, The National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress, in Washington, DC, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, The National Academy of Design, Yale University Art Gallery, The Jersey City Museum, The Arkansas Art Center and The National Portrait Gallery.

He has been affiliated with the exhibitions committee of the National Academy of Design, the Visual Arts panel of The Pennsylvania Council for the Arts and is a board member of the Appraisers of Fine Arts Society and a member of The National Academy of Design.

His most recent one person museum exhibitions include, “Poets” in conjunction with his photography collection “ The Artist Revealed” at the National Academy of Design, “The Italians” at The Jersey City Museum, “Imaginary Watercolors” at the James A. Michener Museum.

He is also listed in:?
Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Art,? Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute and Google online

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"Peter Paone: About", http://www.peterpaone.com/about.php

Biography from Butler Institute of American Art:
The following is from Paone, an exhibition catalog published by Kennedy Galleries in 1970.

Born 1936 in Philadelphia.

Exhibitions : (solo)
Kennedy Galleries 1970; David Gallery 1969; Clytie Jessop Gallery in London 1967; Benson Gallery in Long Island 1967; Academy of Arts and Letters 1966; Forum Gallery in New York 1965; Fort Worth Museum 1964; Philadelphia Print Club 1958, 1961, 1962 and 1964; Grippi Gallery 1959-1962.

Exhibitions : (group)
Miniature Painting Makler Gallery in Philadelphia 1968; Collector's Choice at Rawalpinda in Pakistan 1967; Mysteries and Dreams at Darsky Gallery 1966; Otis Art Institute 1964 and 1966; Musee d'Art Moderne in Paris; American Printmakers 1964 at Syracuse University; American Still Life at Dintenfass GAllery 1963; Brooklyn Museum national print exhibitions 1960 and 1962.

Holdings : Museum of Modern Art; Syracuse University; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Rosenwald Foundation in Philadelphia; New Jersey State Museum; Utah Museum; Library of Congress; Victoria and Albert Museum in London; Carl Sandburg Memorial Library.

Grants : Guggenheim 1965-1966; Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation 1962 and 1964.

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