biography of Roger (William) ANLIKER (1924)

Birth place: Akron, OH

Addresses: Arlington, PA

Profession: Painter, educator

Studied: Cleveland Inst. Art, dipl., 1947, BFA, 1948.

Exhibited: Corcoran Gal., 1951; WMAA, 1951, 1954; Contemporary Drawings from 12 Countries--1945-1952, AIC & traveling to six mus., 1952-1953; CI, 1955 & 1958; Dessins Americains Contemporains, Strasbourg & travel in France, 1956; solo exhib. of 78 works, Westmoreland Co. Mus. Art, 1963; retrospective exhib. of 110 works, Temple Univ., Philadelphia, Pa., 1965. Awards: Carnegie Institute Prize, 1952 & first watercolor prize, 1956, Assoc. Artists Pittsburgh; Guggenheim fel., 1956.

Work: CMA; Mus. Art, Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh, Pa; Butler Inst. Am. Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Westmoreland County Mus. Art, Greensburg, Pa; Akron Art Inst., Ohio.

Comments: Preferred media: encaustic, gouache, silverpoint, graphite. Teaching: asst. prof. painting & drawing, Carnegie-Mellon Univ, 1948-1963; prof. painting & drawing, Tyler Sch. Art, Temple Univ, 1963-.