Lino Sigismondo Lipinsky de Orlov Edit Profile
Educated, Rome and Munich, 1914-1919; studied under father at British Academy Arts, Rome, 1922-1925; graduate, Royal Academy Arts, Rome, 1937.
Director, Garibaldi-Meucci Memorial Museum, S.I., New York, since 1956;
director annual, Winter Antiques Show, New York, 1957-1960;
head exhibits design department, Museum City New York, 1959-1967;
member art admissions committee, Huntington Hartford Foundation, 1962-1965;
curator history, John Jay Homestead, New York State Parks and Recreation Division for History Preservation, Katonah, since 1967. Member Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Route Committee, Yorktown, New York, Bedford (New York) Tricentennial Commission, 1980. Art consultant Italian embassy, Washington.
Also consulate general Italy in New York City.
Served with Italian Army, 1936. Served with United States intelligence division 6th Service Command, Office of Strategic Services, World World War World War II. Member Society of America Graphic Artists, Audubon Artists (chairman exhibition committee 1952), Chicago Society Etchers, United Scenic Artists, American Association Museums, Comitato Nazionale Per le Onoranze a Giovanni Da Verrazzano, Gruppo Romano Incisori Artisti, International Platform Association, National Society Literature and Arts, Bedford Farmers' Club, New York State Association Museum, Knights Mark Twain, New York State Employees Association, Bedford History Society.
Married Leah Son of Penner, October 1, 1943. Children: Lino Son of, Lucian C.
1957 - 1960
1959 - 1967
1962 - 1965
Chicago Society Etchers, 1941, 50. Society of America Etchers, 1942. Joseph Pennell prize Library of Congress, 1942.
Detroit Institute Arts, 1943. Guild Hall, Easthampton, New York, 1946. Kosciuszko Foundation, New York, 1948.
Decorated officer Order of Merit Republican of Italy, 1958. Recipient Gold medal and certificate of merit Order Sons of Italy in American, 1961. L.L. Huttleston Staff award State New York Council on Parks and Recreation, 1974.
History Tomahawk award Westchester County History Society, 1979.