Federico Castellon

Fellow: Awarded 1941

Field of Study: Fine Arts

Fellow: Awarded 1950

Field of Study: Fine Arts

Competition: US & Canada

Born: 09-14-1914

Died: 07-29-1971

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:

CASTELLON, FEDERICO:  Appointed for creative work in the graphic arts; tenure, twelve months from January 1, 1942.

Born September 14, 1914, in Spain.

Exhibitions:  One-man shows, Almeria, Spain, and at Los Amigos Del Arte, Madrid, 1934; University of Chattanooga, 1938; University of Nebraska, 1939; Seattle Art Museum, 1939; San Francisco Museum of Art, 1939; Dartmouth College, 1939. Exhibited in Exhibition of Spanish Modern Art in Paris, International Exhibition of Watercolors and International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving at the Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Cincinnati Art Museum, Kansas City Art Institute, Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Diego Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Duke University, American Graphic Art Exhibition in Stockholm, Brooklyn Museum, New York World’s Fair, Golden Gate International Exposition, Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Skidmore College.  Mural executed for Erasmus Hall High School, New York City, 1934.  Represented in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, Brooklyn Museum, Denver Art Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, University of Kentucky, Newark Public Library, Fogg Art Museum, Indiana University, New York Public Library.