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artist

Laddie John Dill, American Artist. National Endowment Arts grantee, 1975, 82; Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1979-1980; California Arts Council Commission grantee, 1983-1984 M C.

Background

Dill, Laddie John was born on September 14, 1943 in Long Beach, California, United States. Son of James Melvin and Virginia (Crane) Dill.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Chouinard The Art Institute of Chicago, 1968.

Career

Chairman of visual arts, The Studio School, Santa Monica, California. Lecturer painting and drawing University of California at Los Angeles, 1975-1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1977-1978, Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, 1978-1979, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York City, 1983-1985, Sonnabend Gallery, The First Show, Los Angeles, Represented in permanent collections Museum Modern Art, New York City, Laguna Museum Art, Los Angeles County Museum, Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara Museum, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, Seattle Museum, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Oakland Museum, Smithsonian Institution, International Business Machines Corporation, National Museum, Seoul, Republic of Korea, San Diego Museum Art, Louisiana Museum, Denmark, American Embassy, Helsinki, Finland, Corcoran Gallery Art, Washington, Chicago Art Institute, Greenville County (South Carolina) Museum, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, William Rockhill Nelsen Museum, Kansas City, Phillips Collection.

Connections

Children: Ariel, Jackson Caldwell.

father:
James Melvin Dill

mother:
Virginia (Crane) Dill

children:
Ariel Dill

Jackson Caldwell Dill