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Lowell Stanley Bobleter

artist , educator.

Lowell Stanley Bobleter, American artist, educator. Recipient numerous first awards, medals in exhbns. throughout United States.


Bobleter, Lowell Stanley was born on December 24, 1902 in New Ulm, Minnesota, United States. Son of John Edward and Alma (Dunkel) Bobleter.


Student Bishop Brissman Institute, 1920-1923, St. Paul School Art, 1923-1925. Doctor of Fine Arts, School Associate Arts, 1965.


Director, St. Paul Gallery and School Art, 1940-1942. Superintendent fine arts Minnesota State Fair, 1942-1948. Professor art. chairman School Fine Arts Hamline U., 1942-1948.

President School Associate Arts, St. Paul, from 1948. Exhibited group and one-man shows at Metropolitan Museum Art, 1944-1947, Museum Modern Art, 1945, Carnegie Institute, 1940-1942, United States Library of Congress, 1938-1945, National Gallery, 1943-1945, Corcoran Gallery, 1938-1947, The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1940-1945, museums in Rome, 1938-1939, Italy, 1939-1940, Oslo, 1940-1942, Paris, 1938-1940, New York City, 1938-1965, Philadelphia, 1938-1960, Boston, 1938-1960, Chicago, 1938-1965, Denver, 1940-1945, San Francisco, 1938-1955, Los Angeles, 1940-1947, Buffalo, 1943, New Orleans, 1945, Kansas City, 1940-1950, Washington, 1938-1945, Minneapolis, 1930-1965, Baltimore, 1940-1947, Seattle, 1940-1950. Represented in permanent collections Library Congress, Metropolitan Museum Art, National Gallery Art, Pennsylvania Academy Fine Arts, California State Library, Flint Institute Art, Society American Etchers, Parkersburg Arts Center, Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago, Smithsonian Institute, New York Public Library, Minneapolis Institute Art, Walker Art Center, Harbor Beach Public Library, Chicago Society Etchers.


Member National Committee for Preservation Cultural Resources, 1940-1945. Member Minnesota Art. Commission, 1942-1948.

Member American Association of University Professors, National Association Museum Dirs., College Art Association, Artists Equity, Minnesota Artists Association (president), National Society Interior Designers, American Federation Art.


Married Mabel M. Wendt, September 15, 1924.

John Edward Bobleter

Alma (Dunkel) Bobleter

Mabel M. Wendt