Fiske Boyd Biography

Fiske Boyd

American

1895-1975

Biography

Fiske Boyd  (1895 – 1975)

 

Birth place: Phila., PA

Death place: Summit, NJ

Addresses: Plainfield, NH

Profession: Painter, graphic artist, block printer, drawing specialist, educator, lecturer

Studied: PAFA; Kenneth Hayes Miller; ASL.

Exhibited: PAFA, 1927, 1930, 1933-34, 1936, 1938; AIC, 1928, 1930, 1935, 1937; Print Cl., Phila., 1931 (prize); WMAA, 1932-42; Corcoran Gal, 1932; BM 1953 (purchase prize); SAGA, 1954 (John Taylor Arms Mem. award); NAD, 1955; Daniel Gal., NYC; Salons of Am.; Paradox Gal., Woodstock, NY, 1984.

Member: Am. Soc. PS & G; Am. A. Cong.; NAD; Audubon A; SAGA; Boston Pr. M.

Work: WMAA; Herron AI, Indianapolis; Addison Gal. Am. A., Andover, Mass.; Phillips Mem. Gal., Wash., DC; Newark Mus.; MMA; PMA; NYPL; LOC; BM; murals, USPO, Summit, New Jersey; Sec. FA, Fed. Works Agency.

Comments: An early member of the Woodstock art colony.

Sources: WW59; WW40