Bachelor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1934; Master of Arts, Columbia Teachers College, 1952; Doctor of Education, Columbia Teachers College, 1955.
Instructor art, Stevenson School, New York City, 1948-1952; instructor art, Hofstra College, Hempstead, New York, 1953-1955; instructor art, New School Social Research, 1953-1996; instructor art, Northern Westchester Center for Arts, Mount Kisco, New York, since 1980. Visiting artist Brandeis U., spring 1973, 74.
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Served as sergeant Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Served in Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Spain, 1938-1939. Member National Education Association, National Society Mural Painters (treasurer 1973-1974), Artists Equity Association (national director 1952-1956, 71-72, secretary national board 1956-1957, Executive Board New York.chpt.
1960-1962, 71-72), Audubon Artists (member board 1959, 75-78, Grumbacher award 1954, medal of honor National Show 1967, 75, 87, Judy Brenne Memorial award 1981, Annual Emily Lowe award 1983, Ralph Fabri award 1984, Annual Robert Phillips Memorial award 1988, Len G. Everett Memorial award 1989, 91, Silver medal 1993, Stephen Hirsch Memorial award 1995), National Academy (member county, assistant correspondent secretary since 1978, membership committee since 1988), College Art Association, Kappa Delta Pi.
Married Edna Amadon Greenfield, April 8, 1947 (deceased April 1993). Children: Anita, Karen, Adele Susan.