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biography of Eleanor PLATT (1910-1974)

Birth place: Woodbridge, NJ

Addresses: Santa Barbara, CA; NYC

Profession: Sculptor, teacher

Studied: ASL; A. Lee

Exhibited: PAFA Ann., 1939, 1941. Awards: Chaloner scholar, 1939-41; Am Acad Arts & Lett grant, 1944; Guggenheim fel, 1945.

Member: NAD; NSS

Work: BMFA; MMA; NY Bar Assn.; Traman Library; Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem; CI; Harvard Univ. Law School Library. Commissions: bas-reliefs, Louis Brandeis Wehle, Samuel J. Tilden & Arthur T. Vanderbilt; plaques, Orison Marden & Charles S. Whitman, NY School Law; busts, Arnold Grant, Syracuse Univ. Law School

Comments: Positions: teacher, Fine & Indust. School Art, NYC; member, NYC Art Commission, 1964-67. Also known as Eleanor Platt Flavin.

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


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