Biografie von Louis Anthony BURNETT (1907-1999)

Birth place: NYC

Addresses: High Bridge, NJ

Profession: Painter, teacher

Studied: ASL; Educ. Alliance, New York; New Sch. Social Res.

Exhibited: Riverside Mus.; NAC; New Jersey P. & S.; Long Island A. Lg.; Jersey City Mus. A.; WMAA, 1951; All. A. Am.; Norfolk Mus. Fine Arts, 1959; Gloucester, Mass. Grand art prize (trip to Europe), Atlantic Art Festival, 1967; NAD,1968 (Henry Ward Ranger Fund Award); Rockport Art Assoc., MA, 1969, (most creative & imaginative prize),1972; Town Hall Cl., NY; prizes, Village A. Center, 1948, 1949; Washington Square Outdoor Show, 1949; Madison Square Garden, 1952; Doll & Richards Art Gallery, Boston, MA, 1970s; Burnett & Moore Gallery, Rockport, MA, 1970s.

Member: All. A. Am. (pub. relations, 1963); ASL (bd. of control, 1955); Rockport Art Assn.; Hunterdon Art Ctr.; AAPL; AEA

Work: Friars Cl., NY; Norfolk Mus. Fine Arts; Smithsonian Inst., Wash, DC; City of Atlantic City, NJ, and in priv. colls. U.S., Canada, and South America

Comments: Preferred media: oils, acrylics. Teaching: demonstr. oil painting, Rockport Art Assn., 1961-1967. His wife Martha E. Moore (see entry) was also an artist.

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