Competition: US & Canada
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1939–40:
WICKEY, HARRY: Appointed for creative work in sculpture; tenure, twelve months form April 1, 1939.
Born October 14, 1892, at Stryker, Ohio. Education: Detroit School of Fine Arts, 1911–12; Ferrer Modern School, New York City, 1915.
Instructor, 1919–32, Art Students League of New York.
One-man show of prints, drawings and sculpture, Cincinnati Museum of Art, 1938; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1939; Dayton Art Institute, 1939. Exhibited at Art Institute of Chicago, Sesquicentennial Exposition, Salmagundi Club, Fifty Prints of the Year, Bibliothèque Nationale, Victoria and Albert Museum, Civic Club of New York City, Newark Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Whitney Museum of American Art, American Society of Etchers, Venice Biennial Exhibition, Paris International Exposition, International Print Exhibition at Stockholm, New York World’s Fair. Awarded the Shaw Prize, Salmagundi Club, 1924; Logan Medal, Chicago Society of Etchers, 1926; bronze medal, Sesquicentennial Exposition, 1927; Noyes Prize, American Society of Etchers, 1934. Represented in the permanent collections of Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Newark Museum, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York Public Library, Addison Gallery, Library of Congress.