biographie de Frederick Clay BARTLETT (1873-1953)

Birth place: Chicago, IL

Addresses: Paris, Chicago, NYC (1900s-20s); Beverly, MA (1930s)

Profession: Painter

Studied: Gysis, in Munich; in Paris with Collin, Aman-Jean, and Whistler.

Exhibited: SNBA, 1898, 1899; PAFA, 1899, 1901-08; St. Louis Expo., 1904 (med.); CI, 1908 (prize); AIC, 1910 (prize); Pan.-Pac. Expo., San Fran., 1915 (med.); Corcoran Gal., 1914-23, 1932; Smithsonian Inst.and AIC, 1982 ("Paintings of Evelyn and Frederic Bartlett").

Member: All. AA; Chicago SA; Mural P.; AFA; Royal Acad., Munich.

Work: Chicago Univ. Cl.; Univ. Chicago; Second and Fourth Presbyterian Churches, Chicago; City Hall, Chicago; AIC; CI; Corcoran Gal.

Comments: In 1926 he donated an collection of early modern masters to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Sources: WW40; Fink, American Art at the Nineteenth-Century Paris Salons, 318.

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