Rico Lebrun

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Rico Lebrun's Genesis at Pomona College

Rico (Frederico) Lebrun (December 10, 1900 – May 9, 1964) was an Italy-born, Italian-American painter and sculptor.

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  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (1936–37)
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (1937–38)
  • First Prize, "Abstract & Surrealist American Art", The Art Institute of Chicago (1947)
  • Norman Wait Harris Silver Medal, The Art Institute of Chicago (1947)
  • First Prize, "Artists of Los Angeles & Vicinity", Los Angeles County Museum of Art (1948)
  • Purchase Prize, "Illinois National Exhibition of Contemporary Painting", University of Illinois (1949)
  • Second Prize, "American Painting Today", The Metropolitan Museum of Art (1950)
  • Award of Merit of the American Academy of Arts & Letter for "Outstanding achievement in the past five years in paintings" (1953)
  • Temple Gold Medal, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1953)
  • Lippincott Prize, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1962)
  • Elected into the National Academy of Design (1962)
  • Purchase Award, "Third Biennial National Print Exhibit", Pasadena Art Museum (1962)
  • Joseph Pennell Award, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1963)
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (1962–63)

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