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Biographical Sketch, Ben Shahn -- 3
      
     Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn.
     Newark Museum Association
     Jewish Museum, New York City
     Metropolitan Museum of Art
     Museum of Modern Art
     Museum of the City of New York
     Whitney Museum of American Art
     University of Oklahoma
     Smith College Museum, Northampton, Mass.
     Philadelphia Museum of Art
     California Palace of the Legion of Honor
     Santa Barbara Museum of Art
     Springfield Art Museum
     City Art Museum, St. Louis, Mo.
     Arizona State College
     University of Illinois
     The Phillips Gallery, Washington, D. C.
     Roland P. Murdock Collection, Wichita, Kansas
     Butler Art Institute, Youngstown, Ohio

EXHIBITIONS
     
     Little Art Gallery, Albright Art School Buffalo (1950)
     Downtown Gallery, New York City (1952)
     Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paula (1953-54)
     Allyn Art Gallery, Southern University of Illinois, Carbondale (1954)
     Renaissance Society, University of Chicago (1954)
     Downtown Gallery, New York City (1955)
     American Institute of Graphic Arts (1957)
     Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1957)
     Downtown Gallery, New York City (1959 and 1961)

HIGHLIGHTS

     Ben Shahn's works were part of the "Twelve Modern Painters and 
     Sculptors" exhibit by the Museum of Modern Art, New York City,
     which toured Paris, Zurich, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Helsinki, and
     Oslo in 1953-54.

     In 1954, the Museum of Modern Art organized an exhibit of Shahn's
     paintings as well as those of Willem de Kooning which toured South
     America.

     The Museum's retrospective show featuring the art of Shahn opened
     in Amsterdam in December, 1961, and will tour Europe throughout 1962.

     Shahn is a member of the Fine Arts faculty of the Famous Artists 
     Schools of Westport, Connecticut, whose unique home study method
     developed by the School enables Shahn to pass along his painting
     and drawing techniques to thousands of students instead of only a 
     few.
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