biography of James MCGARRELL (1930)

Birth place: Indianapolis, IN

Addresses: Bloomington, IN

Profession: Painter, educator

Studied: Indiana Univ. (A.B., 1953); Skowhegan Sch. Painting & Sculpture, 1953; UCLA (M.A., 1955); Stuttgard Acad. Fine Arts, Ger., Fulbright fel., 1956.

Exhibited: WMAA; PAFA Ann., 1964, 1966; Documenta III, Kassel, Ger.; Americans, AIC; Salons Galeries Pilotes, Lausanne, Switz., Venice Biennale, Italy, 1968; Carnegie Int., Pittsburgh, Pa. Awards: NIAL citation & grant, 1963; Guggenheim Found. fel., 1964; Nat. Endowment on the Arts Award for artists who teach, 1966.

Member: Col. Art Assn. Am. (bd. dirs., 1970-).

Work: WMAA; MoMA; MoMA, Paris, France; Mus. Hambourg, Ger.; San Fran. Inst. Art, Calif.

Sources: WW73; Peter Selz, New Images of Man (MoMA, 1959); Giovanni Testori, McGarrell (Claude Berman, Paris, 1967); Norman Geske, Venice 1934, the Figurative Tradition in Recent American Art (Smithsonian, 1968); Falk, Exh. Record Series.