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Name  Lumen Winter

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Died  1982, New Rochelle, New York, United States

Lumen Martin Winter (December 12, 1908 – April 5, 1982) was an American muralist, sculptor, painter and mosaic artist.

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Biography

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Winter was born in Ellery, Illinois, on December 12, 1908. His family moved to Larned in western Kansas when he was three years old. The family ranch was located along the Santa Fe Trail.

He attended the Grand Rapids Junior College in Michigan, Cleveland School of Art, the National Academy of Design in New York City, the Grand Central School of Art and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, New York. He settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1939 and served as an artist with the U.S. Signal Corps in the Air Force in World War II. He died on April 5, 1982, in New Rochelle, New York.

Works

  • HSBC Bank, Fishermen
  • State Capitol second floor rotunda, Kansas
  • General Assembly at the United Nations, Titans
  • Air Force Academy Doolittle Hall, in Colorado Springs
  • National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D.C.
  • AFL–CIO headquarters in the Capitol, two murals Labor is Life, south and Labor Omnia Vincit, north
  • Church of St. Paul the Apostle, The Angel of the Resurrection
  • Lincoln Center, New York City* at the Sheraton Hotel Lobby, New York City,
  • Kansas Museum of History, Great White Buffalo
  • National Bank in Washington, D.C. and,
  • HSBC Bank, at Avenue U and East 17th Street, Brooklyn, New York
  • List of murals and sculptures

  • Mural, Threshing in Kansas, Hutchinson, Kansas, post office completed in 1942
  • Tomb of Fr. Isaac Hecker with Angel of the Resurrection, Church of Saint Paul the Apostle, New York City (1959)
  • Fishermen Mural, HSBC Bank, Brooklyn, New York
  • Ascent, Daytop Village
  • National Wildlife Federation, Headquarters Building, Washington, D.C., dedicated by President John F. Kennedy
  • Labor is Life, AFL-CIO Headquarters Building, Washington, D.C., dedicated by President Dwight D. Eisenhower
  • Texas Abstract Mosaic, Lobby, Sheraton Southland Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Six Wood Carvings, Vaqueros and Alamo Rooms, Southland Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Stampede, Town Room, Southland Center, Dallas, Texas
  • The Conversion of St. Paul, Facade, Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Lincoln Center, New York City
  • Rhapsody in Gold, Park Sheraton Hotel, New York City
  • Our Lady of the Skies, U.S. Air Force Academy Chapel, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Mosaic, Protestant area of the Air Force Academy Chapel
  • National Bank of Washington, Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
  • Union Central Life Insurance Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • St. Francis with the Birds and Animals of Missouri, St. Francis Hospital, Marceline, Missouri
  • Astor Home for Children, Rhinebeck, New York
  • Cathedral College, Hillside, Long Island, New York
  • Chapel, Hawthorne, New York
  • P.S. #84, Brooklyn, New York
  • Hotel St. Regis-Sheration, New York, New York
  • Steeds of Apollo, a medallion of the Apollo 13 mission insignia, struck by Franklin Mint
  • South Shore High School (Brooklyn), New York
  • Kansas State Capitol, Rotunda, Topeka, Kansas
  • Gerald R. Ford Health & Physical Education Center
  • References

    Lumen Martin Winter Wikipedia


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