graphite on paper (Georgia State letterhead stationery with watermark) 8.50” x 8.50” signed and dated 1941 lower right
Lamar Dodd, NA was a painter, educator and lecturer born in Fairburn, GA, who lived in NYC and Athens, GA. Dodd’s painting locations include Monhegan Island, ME. He was Associate, Professor of Art, University of Georgia, Regent’s Professor of Art, Lamar Dodd Professor of Art, Head Department of Art and Chairman, Division of Fine Arts. He held positions as president, College Art Association of America, US Department State Committee Arts Tour, NASA artist Apollo 7 and 10. Dodd studied at Georgia Institute of Technology, Art Students League, New York with George Luks, Boardman Robinson, John Steuart Curry, Jean Charlot and George Bridgeman, LaGrange College, University of Chattanooga, and University of Florida. He was a member of New York Water Color Club; Southern States Art League; National Academy of Design; College Art Association of America; Southeastern Art Association; Georgia Artists; Athens Art Association. He exhibited at Southern States Art League; National Academy of Design; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Art Institute of Chicago; Society of Independent Artists; Alabama Art; Corcoran Gallery; Whitney Museum of American Art; World’s Fair, NY; Golden Gate Exposition, San Francisco; IBM; Telfair Academy of Art; National Arts Club; Assn. Georgia Artists; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Virginia Museum of Fine Art; Carnegie Institute; NY Water Color Club; AEACAM; California Water Color Society; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Birmingham Art Club; American Water Color Society; Brooklyn Museum; Salons of America. Returning to Georgia, he became the head of the art department of the University of Georgia and built it into one of the major art schools in the country. Over the years, his style evolved from realism to abstract, receiving national attention.
|Artist First Name||Lamar|
|Artist Last Name||Dodd, NA,|
|Materials||graphite on paper (Georgia State letterhead stationery with watermark)|
|Markings||signed and dated 1941 lower right|
|Size||8.50” x 8.50”|
|Comments||This drawing is nicely matted and framed and in excellent condition.|