Biografie von Theodore FRIED (1902-1980)

Birth place: Budapest, Hungary

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Painter, etcher

Studied: Acad. of Fine Arts, Budapest, 1920-1923; also with Julius Rudnay.

Exhibited: Vienna, 1924, 1925; November-Gruppe, Berlin, Germany, 1929; Paris, 1928-35; Prague, 1934; Amsterdam, 1938; Toulouse, 1942; Fed. Mod. P. & S., 1943-55; NAD, 1944; Albright Art Gal., 1946; Carnegie Shows, Pittsburgh, 1943 & 1949; New School for Social Research, 1952; Roy & Mary Neuberger Collection, WMAA, 1954; Contemporary Trends, AFA traveling show, 1955-57; since 1956: Riverside Mus.; Silvermine Gld. Artists; New Canaan, CT; Greenwich Gal., NY; Westbeth Printmakers, Palacio de Belles Artes, Mexico City, 1972; Tyringham(MA) Gallery, 1970s.

Member: Fed. Mod. P&S (vice pres., 1955-60; treasurer, 1969-72); Westbeth Graphic Artists.

Work: Mus. Nat. Art Moderne, Paris, France; Albertina & Osterreichische Galerie, Vienna, Austria; Kunsthalle, Jena, Germany; Butler IA; Walker AC, Minneapolis, MN; Mem. Art Gallery, Rochester, NY.

Comments: Teaching: painting instructor, Hudson Guild, New York, 1949-69. Publications: illustrator, Jimmy the Jeep, Lothrop, 1945; illustrator, The Tune of the Calliope, 1958.

Sources: WW73; F. Grossmann, Theodore Fried (Forum, 1933); L. Campbell, Theodore Fried," Art News (1961); C. O. Ennen, Malerei Lexicon (Kindler, 1965); WW47."

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