John Wesley Carroll

John Wesley Carroll

Fellow: Awarded 1927
Field of Study: Fine Arts

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1926–27:

(Profile photograph: made personally by Nicholas Haz, photographer, painter, and illustrator, 80 West 40th Street, New York, NY)

Carroll, John Wesley: Appointed for creative work in painting, in Europe; tenure, twelve months from November, 1927.

Born August 14, 1891, at Wichita, Kansas. Education: Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, 1903–06; California School of design, 1912–14; University of California, 1913–14.

Artist; Instructor in Painting, Art Students League of New York, 1926–27.

Principal paintings: “Agatha,” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1923; “Lady in Blue,” William Preston Harrison collection, Los Angeles Museum of Fine Arts, 1925; “Parthenope,” first purchase prize $3,000, Pan-American Exhibition of Art, Los Angeles Museum of Fine Arts, 1925—Honorable Mention; “Man with Guitar,” International Exhibition of Art, Carnegie Institute of Art, Pittsburgh, 1926.


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