Vincent Aderente

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Vincent Aderente (February 20, 1880 Naples, Italy - 1941 Bayside, Queens) was an Italian American muralist.

He studied at the Art Students League, and worked on the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Ballroom. He was an assistant to Edwin Blashfield.[1]

His work is at St. Matthew's Cathedral[disambiguation needed], the Denver Mint, the Detroit Public Library, the United States Post Office (Flushing, Queens), the Queens County Court House, Kings County Hospital,[2] and the Long Island Savings Bank.[3]

He lived in Queens.[4] His papers are in the Archives of American Art,[5] and the Detroit Public Library.[6]


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