Frieseke

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Frieseke

  1. 1. Frederick C. Frieseke 1874 - 1939
  2. 2. 1874 Born in Owosso, Michigan, USA 1893 Enrolls at the Art Institute of Chicago 1897 After a year in New York, travels to Paris and studies at the Académie Julian 1901 Begins to exhibit regularly at the Salon of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and at annual exhibitions of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Pennsylvania Academy 1905 Marries Sarah O’Bryan 1906 Begins to spend summers in Giverny 1912 First solo exhibition with Macbeth Gallery in New York 1913 Wins Temple Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Exhibition Seventeen Paintings by Frederick Carl Frieseke travels from the Detroit Museum of Art to the Art Institute of Chicago 1914 Daughter Frances born. Elected to membership in the National Academy of Design, New York Remains in France throughout the war 1915 Wins grand prize at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco 1920 Purchases summer home in le Mesnil sur Blangy, Normandy Is named Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor 1928 Visits the United States for the first time since 1912 Wins third William Clark prize and bronze medal at the Corcoran Gallery of Art 1939 Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Frederick C. Frieseke, N. A. at the Grand Central Art Galleries, New York Dies at his home in Normandy Frederick C. Frieseke Biography
  3. 3. The Yellow Tulip (1902)
  4. 4. Woman Before a Mirror
  5. 7. Reflections (1909)
  6. 11. Lady in a Garden (1912)
  7. 12. Reflections
  8. 14. In the Doorway (1913)
  9. 16. The Robe (1913)
  10. 17. Cherry Blossoms (1913)
  11. 22. Before Her Appearance (1914)
  12. 24. Frances (Frieseke’s daughter) - (1924)
  13. 25. Girl With Earring (1917)
  14. 26. The Birdcage

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