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Three Etchings by John Nathaniel Fenton (1929-1977) American

  • Three Etchings by John Nathaniel Fenton (1929-1977) American

    John Nathaniel Fenton studied at the Art Student’s League and at the world famous Atelier 17 in Paris, as well as having trained with Samuel Adler and Federico Castellon. In 1958 Fenton won awards from the National Academy of Design and the American Academy of Arts & Letters. Among his other honours are a Purchase prize from the New School Graphics Annual and an Edition Purchase from The Pratt Institute. He exhibited works at The Museum of Modern Art, The Chicago Art Institute Annual, The Butler Art Institute Annual, The National Academy of Design, Audubon Artists, The Corcoran Biennial and The Pennsylvania Academy. He also had solo exhibitions at The Babcock from 1958-64, The Silvermine Guild in Connecticut, The Miami Museum of Modern Art and The Panamanian Institute of Art. His work is in the permanent collection of The Pennsylvania State University Museum, the Suffolk Museum and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. In 1958 he won the Joseph S. Isidor Gold Medal at the 133rd Annual Awards at the National Academy for his canvas titled ‘Laundresses’

     

    ‘Horseman’
    Artists Proof
    Titled bottom left, signed bottom right.
    Measuring 8.5” x 10.25” (sight)
    Mounted with an archival mat, set within a polished chrome frame

     

    ‘The Sheet’
    Limited Edition 3/50
    Titled bottom left, signed bottom right.
    Measuring 8.5” x 10.25” (sight)
    Mounted with an archival mat, set within a polished chrome frame

     

    ‘Ancestral Theme’
    Artists Proof
    Titled bottom left, signed bottom right.
    Measuring 9.75” x 12.25” (sight)
    Mounted with an archival mat, set within a polished chrome frame

     

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