Fred Danziger

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Fred Danziger

United States

Fred Danziger is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1970). He has had over 20 solo shows in Philadelphia ( Rodger LaPelle, Gallery222, and FAN Galleries)  and Pittsburgh ( James Gallery), as well as numerous group shows in New York City at Sherry French and K.R. Perlow Galleries.

Fred received a major grant from the Tiffany Foundation, and 12 American museums, include his work in their permanent collections, including PAFA. In 2016, The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art mounted a major exhibit of over 60 of his paintings and in 2018, SAMA conferred on him their “Distinguished Artist Award”
Fred also won a Mid-Atlantic Emmy® in 2018 for his illustration work done for History Making Productions, a producer of historical documentary films, located in Philadelphia.

As an educator, Fred Danziger was on the faculty of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from 1997 – 2002 teaching portrait and still life painting classes. He also taught for 40 years at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. Starting in 2020, Fred began teaching online courses for the Continuing Education Department of PAFA.

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