Biografie von Peter Bela MAYER (1887-1992/93)

Birth place: Loeche, Hungary

Addresses: NYC; Port Washington, NY

Profession: Landscape painter, textile designer

Studied: NAD with C.Y. Turner, I. Olinsky, and E. Ward, 1908-12.

Exhibited: Corcoran Gal. biennials, 1914, 1923, 1930, 1937; NAD, 1916-48; PAFA Ann., 1917-29 (8 times); S. Indp. A., 1917; Babcock Gal., NYC, 1922; AIC, 1922; Intl. Exh. of Contemporary Art, Venice, Italy, 1924; Brooklyn Mus., 1925-26; SC, 1938, 1958 (prize); Salons of Am., 1934; All. A. Am.,1939; AAPL (prize); Nassau County Mus. Fine Art, Roslyn, NJ, 1984

Member: SC; AAPL; All. A. Am.; Gld. Am. P.

Comments: His Impressionist landscapes include views of Long Island, New England, and New Jersey towns along the Hudson. Began signing his name as Peter Bela Mayer in the 1940s.

Sources: WW59; WW47; WW33; Holly Pinto Savinetti, Peter Bela Mayer: An American Impressionist (1887-) exh. brochure (Roslyn, NJ: Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, 1984); Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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