biography of Frederick SERGER (1889-1965)

Birth place: Ivancice, Czechoslovakia

Addresses: NYC/Woodstock, NY

Profession: Painter

Studied: Acad. Art, Munich, Germany, and in Paris and Vienna.

Exhibited: Bernheim Jeune Gal., Paris (solo); CI, 1945; NAD, 1944; Santa Barbara Mus. Art, 1944; La Tausca Pearls Comp., 1946; PAFA Ann., 1947, 1954, 1960-62; Corcoran Gal biennials, 1947, 1949; Springfield AA; Hartford, CT; CAFA; Salon d'Automne, Paris; Salon des Tuilleries, Paris; de Young Mus. Art, San Francisco (solo); New Mexico Mus. Art (solo); Lilienfield Gal., NYC, 1947 (solo); NOMA, 1948 (prize); Norton Gal. Art, 1950 (prize); Santa Barbara Mus. Art; G.W.V. Smith Mus. Art, 1950 (prize); Mint Mus. Art; Sweat Art Mus., Portland, ME; Woodstock AA; Butler AI; TMA; Univ. Illinois; Springfield (MO) Mus. Art (solo); Butler Inst. Am. Art (solo); Mint Mus. Art; Jersey City Mus.; Rudolph Gal., Woodstock, NY

Member: CAFA; Woodstock AA; AEA; Artists Lg. Am.

Work: Mus. City of Paris; Art Collectors & Art Assn., Buffalo, NY; Butler AI; SFMA.

Comments: Abstract painter of figures, landscapes, and still life.

Sources: WW66; WW66; exhib. cat., Lilienfield Gal., NYC (1947); Woodstock AA cites birthdate of 1879; Falk, Exh. Record Series.