Trout and Reflections, 1980 - Neil G. Welliver

Trout and Reflections, 1980
Neil G. Welliver

  • Neil G. Welliver  American (1929-2005)
  • Trout and Reflections, 1980
  • Watercolor and Etching
  • 22 1/2" x 29 3/4"   framed 32" x 39"
  • $4,500

Born in Millville, Pennsylvania in 1929, painter Neil G. Welliver also resided in Lincolnville, Maine. Welliver received his artistic training at the Philadelphia Museum College of Art and at Yale University where he studied with influential artists Josef Albers, Burgoyne A. Diller, James Brooks, and Conrad Marca-Relli. During his lengthy career Welliver exhibited his work at numerous institutions including at the National Arts Club in 1959, the American Federation of Arts Traveling Exhibition in 1960 and 1968, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Annuals for 1962 and 1966 through 1968, the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1963, 1972, and 1973, Realism Now at Vassar College in 1968, Four Views at the New Jersey State Museum in 1970, The New Landscape at Boston University in 1972, and the John Bernard Myers Gallery in New York City in the 1970s. Welliver was awarded a Morse fellowship in 1960-1961 and served as a painting critic at Cooper Union Art School, Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania. His works can be found in galleries and private collections throughout the United States as well as in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and Vassar College Art Museum.