John Fulton Folinsbee

(American, 1892–1972)

road to cedar by john fulton folinsbee

John Fulton Folinsbee

Road to Cedar, 1922–1924

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the west shore by john fulton folinsbee

John Fulton Folinsbee

The West Shore, ca. 1918

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Biography

Timeline

1892
Born in Buffalo, New York

AWARDS:
1951; 1963 Century Association Medal
1944 Grand Central Gallery Landscape Prize
1931 Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Charles Noel Flagg Prize
1926 Connecticut Academy of Fine Art; Bronze Medal
1926 Sesquicentennial International Exposition, Philadelphia
1923 Philadelphia Sketch Club Medal
1920 Isadore Prize, Salmagundi Club
1912 Bronze Medal and Third Clark Prize, Corcoran Gallery of Art

1907
Began artistic training with Jonas Lie
1914
Attended the school's main campus in New York City where he studied with Frank Dumond
1923
National Academy of Design  
1927
Attended the Art Student's League summer sessions in Woodstock, New York,
           where he studied landscape painting with Birge Harrison and John Carlson.
1928
Became a full member of the National Academy of Design.
           Also held memberships in the Allied Artists of America, the Salmagundi Club,
           and the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts
1940
National Academy of Design
1950
National Academy of Design
1972
Died at the age of 80
1973
Residence: New Hope, Pennsylvania

Exhibitions

Joseph Fulton Folinsbee's works are in the following Permanent Collections:
Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Phillips Collection, Washington DC
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
the National Academy of Design, New York, NY
the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
the Art Museum of Princeton University, Princeton, NJ