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Prentiss Taylor Exhibitions: American Pavillion, Paris Exposition 1937 Venice Biennial 1940 Art Association of Newport Art Institute of Chicago, International Exhibitions of Prints p/k w & c/1c and Water Colorax [[strikethrough]] [[illegible]] [[\strikethrough]] Art Today, World's Fair 1939 Artists for victory 1942-1943 Baltimore Museum of Art, Area and "Seaport" Brooklyn Museum, Second National Exhibition of Prints and the 1937-1939 International Water Color Biennials -5/ace Butler Art Institute California Society of Etchers -5/ace Carnegie Institute, "Painting in the United States" 1946-1949 Corcoran Biennial 1949 and 1951 Corcoran Regional Exhibitions DePauw University Contemporary American Prints Library of Congress, National Print Competitions -5/ace Metropolitan Museum of Art, Drawing and Print National Exhibitions 1941-1950-1952 Montgomery Museum 5/ace [[strikethrough]] [[illegible]] [[\strikethrough]] National Academy of Design [[strikethrough]] [[illegible]] [[\strikethrough]] 5/ace Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences Pennsylvania Academy, water color, drawing and print [[strikethrough]] [[illegible]] [[\strikethrough]] ials Phillips Collection Print Club of Philadelphia Rochester Print Club, 150th Anniversary of Idthography 1948 Seattle Art Musuem, Northwestern Printmakers Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Whitney Museum of American Art, Annual Exhibitions of water colors, drawings, prints and paintings OWI and USIA traveling exhibitions
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