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artist , educator

Thomas Browne Cornell, American Artist, educator. Recipient Louis Comfort Tiffany award, 1961, National Institute Arts and Letters award, 1964; National Foundation on Arts and Humanities fellow, 1966-1967; Fulbright grantee Institute for International Education, 1966; grantee Ford Foundation, 1969-1970, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 1993.

Background

Cornell, Thomas Browne was born on March 1, 1937 in Cleveland. Son of Norman Monrod and Betty (Browne) Cornell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1959; postgraduate art and architecture, Yale University, 1959-1960.

Career

Faculty, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1960-1962; professor art, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine., since 1962. Member visual arts program Princeton University, 1969-1970.

Works

Membership

Member College Art Association, Figurative Alliance New York, National Academy of Design, Union Maine Visual Artists (president 1990-1991). M C.

Connections

Married Christa Vaughan Kinkel, May 1, 1976. Children: Anna Olivia, Nicolas Browne, Diana Camille.

father:
Norman Monrod Cornell

mother:
Betty (Browne) Cornell

spouse:
Christa Vaughan Kinkel

children:
Nicolas Browne Cornell

Anna Olivia Cornell

Diana Camille Cornell