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 C Jac Young  (1880 - 1940)

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Lived/Active: New York/New Jersey / France/Germany      Known for: landscape and still-life painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born with the name of Charles Jacob Jung, and an etcher and painter, he exhibited under C Jac Jung until about 1919 when he took the last name of Young.  He came to the United States around 1881 and studied in New York at the Academy of Design with Robert Henri, Charles Yardley Turner, and Edgar Melville Ward. 

Memberships included the Society of American Etchers, the Salmagundi Club, Brooklyn Society of Etchers and the Chicago Society of Etchers.

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts annual, 1913, 1916, 1918 (as Jung); Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915 (as C Jac Jung); Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1916 (as Jung); Society of Independent Artists, 1917 (as Jung); Brooklyn Society of Etchers, 1928 (prize); Paterson, New Jersey, 1928, 1930 (prize); Newark Art Club, 1931 (medal), 1933 (prize), 1935 (prize); Northern New Jersey Artists, Newark, 1932 (prize), 1933 (prize); Montclair Art Association, 1922 (prize), 1933 (prize); Philadelphia Print Club, 1933 (prize); Contemporary Club, Newark, 1934 (prize), 1935 (prize); New Jersey Gallery, 1934 (prize)-35 (prize); Yonkers Art Association, 1928 (prize); Society of American Etchers 1929 (prize); Salmagundi Club, 1929 (prize); Albany Print Club, 1935 (prize)

Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Newark Public Library; Toronto Art Gallery, Ontario; New York Public Library; etchings, University of Nebraska School of Fine Arts; Peoria (Illinois) Art Institute; Milwaukee Art Institute; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Hackley Gallery Art, Muskegon, Michigan; Library of Congress; Philadelphia Print Club; Smithsonian Institution; Society of American Etchers; Chicago Society of Etchers; Honolulu Academy of Art; Museum of Science & Art; Yonkers, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Brooklyn Museum; Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts; Public Library, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey; etchings, Albany Institute of History & Art.

Sources include:
Peter Hastings Falk (Editor), Who Was Who in American Art
Additional information  was provided in October of 2006 by his granddaughter Christine Young.

Biography from Questroyal Fine Art, LLC:
Bavarian-born Charles Jacob Young immigrated to the United States ca. 1881. Exhibiting under his birth name, C Jac Jung, through at least 1919, Young studied at the National Academy of Design with Robert Henri, Charles Yardley Turner, and Edgar Melville Ward. Interested in both etching and painting, Young was a member of the Society of American Etchers and the Salmagundi Club. During his lifetime, Young's work was exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Society of Independent Artists, the Society of American Etchers, and the Salmagundi Club. Young's paintings and etchings can now be found in such prominent collections as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

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