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Walter Quirt
1902–1968

Introduction

Walter Quirt (born November 24, 1902 - March 19, 1968) was an American artist. He was employed by WPA Federal Arts Project for seven years. He painted many small panels that showed his influences from Diego Rivera, and Jose Orozco. Quirt was awarded the Cranbrook prize at the Michigan Artists Annual exhibition in 1946 that was held in Detroit, Michigan. He was also awarded the Wisconsin Centennial Prize at the Wisconsin Artists Annual in 1948.

Wikidata identifier

Q20887166

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Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, painter

ULAN identifier

500019830

Names

Walter Wellington Quirt, Walter W. Quirt

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