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4. 1945- Included in "The Negro Artist Comes of Age" at the Albany Institute of Art, New York. Awarded the Purple Heart by the United States Government for his services in World War I. 1946- Died on July 4th, in West Chester, at the age of Fifty-eight. He had attained a considerable reputation, for many paintings had been purchased by museums and private collectors. 1947- Eighteen paintings included in "Three Negro Artists: Pippin, Lawrence, Barthe" at The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.; "Horace Pippin Memorial Exhibitions" were held at M. Knoedler & Company, New York and at the Philadelphia Art Alliance. 1954- Five pictures traveled to nine European cities in "American Primitive Paintings" with the Smithsonian Institution. 1958- Included in "Twentieth Century American Painting and Sculpture from Philadelphia Private Collections" at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. Five pictures traveled to eight American cities in "American Primitive Paintings" with the Smithsonian Institution. 1961- Six pictures included in "Naïve Maler Amerikas" at Kunsthalle in Baden-Baden, Germany. 1965- Included in "Three Centuries of American Painting" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 1966- One-man show, "Horace Pippin", exhibition in the Peale Galleries at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. The Squirrel Hunter traveled to seven American cities in "Seventeen Naïve Painters," sponsored by the Museum of Modern Art. 1967- Forty paintings included in "Three Self-Taught Pennsylvania Artists: Hicks, Kane, Pippin" at the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg and The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 1970- Included in "Five Famous Black Artists" at the William Penn Memorial Museum, Harrisburg, and in "Twentieth Century Folk Art" at the Museum of American Folk Art, New York. 1972- Included in "Pennsylvania Artists" at the William Penn Memorial Museum, Harrisburg, and in "Twentieth Century Folk Art" at the Museum of American Folk Art, New York. Twenty pictures illustrated in the catalogue [[strikethrough]] organized by Andrew J. Crispo for [[/strikethrough]] "Four American Primitives: Hicks, Kane, Moses, Pippin" at the ACA Galleries, New York.
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