Cadmus, Paul, 1904-1999
Paul Cadmus was an "American artist who created paintings, drawings, and prints in a figurative, near-illustrational style during a career that spanned some 70 years. Cadmus decided upon a career in art when he was still a young boy and enrolled in art classes at New York City's National Academy of Design (now the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts) when he was 15. He studied there until 1926 and at the Art Students League for the following two years and then went to work at an advertising agency... Cadmus gained employment with the Public Works of Art Project. It was for that program that he painted The Fleet's In! (1934), a work of social satire... In 1980 Cadmus was made an academician of the National Academy of Design." -- "Cadmus, Paul." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Academic ed. http://search.eb.com/eb/ (Retrieved April 29, 2009)
From the description of Paul Cadmus print and letter, 1900s. (University of Georgia). WorldCat record id: 319714943
Paul Cadmus (1904-1999) was a painter from Weston, Conn.
From the description of Oral history interview with Paul Cadmus, 1988 Mar. 22-May 5 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83688707
Cadmus, painter, Weston, Conn., b. 1904, d. Dec. 12, 1999; Aitken, musician, New York, N.Y.
From the description of Paul Cadmus letters to Webster Aitken, 1945-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122502556
- Art--Collectors and collecting
- Art--American (?)--Reproductions
- Greeting cards
- Art, American
- Art--Study and teaching
- Christmas cards
- Manhattan, NY, US
- Weston, CT, US