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biography of Jane WASEY (1912-?)

Birth place: Chicago, IL

Addresses: NYC; Palisades, NY

Profession: Sculptor

Studied: Acad. Julian, Paris with Paul Landowsk, 1929-31; J. Bertran in Paris; Simon Moselsio in NYC, 1931-32; John Flanagan, 1932-33; Heinz Warneke, 1939.

Exhibited: Montross Gal., 1933 (prize),1934 (solo); Newark Mus., 1934; Delphic Studio, 1935 (solo); WMAA, 1935-64; AIC, 1938; PAFA Ann., 1940-42, 1946-54, 1958-62, 1966; Brooklyn Mus; Univ. Chicago; S. Indp. A., 1940-41; Detroit IA; Philbrook AC, 1949 (solo); NAWA, 1951 (Mrs. John Henry Hammond Award); Weathervanes Contemp., New York, 1954 (solo); Arch. Lg., 1955 (Phillips Mem. Prize); Kraushaar Gals., 1956 (solo), 1971 (solo); Parrish AM & Guild Hall, NY (first prizes for sculpture).

Member: Sculptor's Guild; NAWA; NSS; Audubon Artists.

Work: Arizona State Univ., Tempe; Univ. Colorado; Dartmouth College; Univ. Nebraska; PAFA; WMAA; City Art Mus., St. Louis.

Comments: Preferred media: stone, wood. Teaching: Bennington College, 1948-49, private instr., 1950-60.

Sources: WW73; WW47; Brumme, Contemp. Am. Sculpture; Anton Henze, Contemp. Church Art; Design for Learning," Town & Country (October, 1949); Falk, Exh. Record Series.


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