Biografie von Isaac J. SANGER (1899-1986)

Birth place: Port Republic, VA

Death place: Charlottesville, VA

Addresses: NYC; Wash., DC, 1951-86; Bridgewater, VA, 1986

Profession: Block printer, painter, designer, photographer

Studied: A.W. Dow; Columbia Univ.

Exhibited: Phila. Print C., 1929 (prize), 1931 (prize); Fifty Prints of the Year, 1931; Fine Prints of the Year, 1936; WMAA, 1938, 1941.

Work: NYPL; Newark Pub. Lib., San Diego FA Gal.; NMAH; NMAA

Comments: He served in the Army during WWII, and was a commercial artist for 25 years before moving to Wash., DC in 1951. From 1953 until the mid 1960s he was a graphic artist with the Dep. of Health, Education and Welfare. He died of injuries received in an accidental fall one month after moving to Bridgewater, VA, in June of 1986.

Sources: WW40; McMahan, Artists of Washington, DC

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