biography of Harry S. MINTZ (1907-2002)

Birth place: Ostrowiec, Poland

Addresses: Chicago, IL

Profession: Painter, lithographer, teacher

Studied: Warsaw Acad. FA, Poland; AIC.

Exhibited: Jewish Women's AC, Chicago, 1931 (prize); CM, 1934; AIC, 1934-36, 1937 (prize), 1938 (hon. men.), 1939 (prize), 1940-44, 1945 (prize), 1946-1952 (Jules F. Brower Prize), 1953 (, 1954 (Jules F. Brower Prize), 1955-1962 (Silver's prize), 1963; Covenant C., Chicago, 1936 (prize); WFNY, 1939; Corcoran Gal. biennials, 1939-53 (4 times); PAFA Ann., 1940-42, 1951; VMFA, 1940, 1942, 1946; MMA(AV), 1942; Evanston, Ill., 1945 (prize); CPLH, 1946 (med.); Chicago SA, 1936 (prize); Milwaukee AI, 1946; WMAA; Venice Biennale, Italy; Denver Art Mus., Colo, 1963.

Member: Chicago SA; Am. A. Cong.; Around the Palette C., Chicago.

Work: Warsaw Mus. FA, Poland; Hackley A. Gal., Muskegon, Mich.; AIC; New Evansville Mus, Ind; WMAA; MoMA-Tel-Aviv, Israel; Rio de Janeiro Mus Art, Brazil.

Comments: Preferred media: oils. Teaching: AIC.

Sources: WW73; WW47; Falk, Exh. Record Series.