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John Lapsley (aka John Whitfield Lapsley, Jr.)
American, 1915–2005

Boy Feeding Birds


Object Type: Painting
10 1/2 in. x 14 1/2 in. (26.67 cm x 36.83 cm)
Medium and Support: Fresco on wood panel
Accession Number: 2005.0010.0001

Credit Line: Gift of Mary Bert and Alvin Gutman in memory of Jerome (Jerry) E. Siegel, Jr.

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Selma, Alabama native John Lapsley studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and at Columbia University, as well as in Washington, DC at the Phillips Collection. Although in his early years he was devoted to the style of the Mexican Muralist tradition (as were both Crawford Gillis and Charles Shannon, fellow founders of the "New South School") as seen in "Boy Feeding Birds", Lapsley found his true artistic love in the French Post Impressionists’ works that he studied in depth while at the Phillips.

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