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biography of Sidney DELEVANTE (1894-?)

Birth place: Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies

Addresses: New York, NY

Profession: Painter, teacher, lecturer

Studied: ASL, with Bridgman, Fogarty, DuMond, Rittenberg, Robert Henri, George Bellows & George Luks.

Exhibited: Canadian traveling exh., 1957-58; Univ. Kentucky, 1958; Riverside Mus., NY, 1958, 1960, 1964; Art: USA, 1959; Hudson River Mus., 1959; Audubon A., 1960, 1963, 1964; Knickerbocker A., 1960; Loeb Art Center, New York Univ., 1960, 1964; Jersey City Mus., 1960; Nordness Gal., NY, 1960, (three-man) 1961; Shore Studio Gal., Boston, 1961; Boston Art Festival, 1961; solo: Sunken Meadow Gal., LI, NY, 1958; Fleischman Gal., NY, 1959; Obelisk Gal., Washington, DC, 1959; Jewish Community Center, Staten Island, NY, 1960; Collectors Gal., Chicago, 1961; Brill Gal., Cleveland, 1962; Smolin Gal., NY, 1962; A.C.A. Gal., NY, 1963; Manhattan Col., NY, 1964. Lectures at many galleries and colleges, 1950-1964.

Member: (Life) ASL.

Work: In many private collections.

Comments: Teaching: Instructor, FA, Cooper Union, NY, 1938-1960; Columbia Univ., 1960-1964 (summer sessions), Fall-Spring term, 1961-1962; Art Center of Northern New Jersey, 1959-.

Sources: WW66; WW40.


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