Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:
KINGMAN, DONG. Appointed for creative work in painting; tenure, twelve months from July 1, 1942.
Born April 1, 1911, Oakland, California. Education: Art studies in China and California, 1924–35.
Exhibitions: One-man shows, Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1937; Oakland Art Gallery, 1938; M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, 1939; San Francisco Museum of Art, 1940; Boise Art Association, 1940; Oklahoma College for Women, 1940; Sacramento Junior College, 1941; Pomona Junior College, 1941; Scripps College, 1941; San Jose Junior College, 1941; San Rafael Art Gallery, 1941; one-man traveling show, auspices of China Relief, 1942. Exhibited at Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Art Association, Los Angeles Museum of Art, Riverside Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Portland Museum, Salt Lake City Art Center, Seattle Museum, Fort Dodge Federation of Arts, Kalamazoo Art Institute, Cleveland Museum of Art, Milwaukee Art Institute, Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, Hackley Art Gallery, Carnegie Institute, Butler Art Institute, Santa Cruz Art Annual, Bay Region Art Association Annual, California Water Color Society, Grand Rapids Museum of Art, University of Iowa, San Diego Fine Art Gallery, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Oakland Watercolor Annual, St. Louis City Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum, Exhibition of contemporary North American Paintings traveling in Latin America. Awarded First Purchase Prize, San Francisco Art Association, 1936; First Purchase Prize, Oakland Annual, 1937; Second Prize, California State Fair, 1940; Honorable Mention, California Watercolor Society, 1939, Gold Gate Exposition, 1940, and International Watercolor Show, San Diego, 1940. Represented in the permanent collections of Metropolitan Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco Art Association, Mills College, Pomona Junior College.