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Wayne Thiebaud


Pop musician who painted Americana-style, nostalgic items such as for example pastries, boots, glaciers cream cones, toilets, playthings, and lipstick. He proved helpful as an in-betweener on the Walt Disney Studios during one of is own high-school summers, where he handled creative responsibilities on Goofy, Pinocchio, and Jiminy Cricket. He went to the School of California, Davis, and California Condition School, Sacramento. He received the Country wide Medal of Arts in 1994. He was created in Mesa, Az and elevated in Long Seaside, California. He previously two children along with his initial wife, Patricia Patterson, along with a kid named Paul along with his second wife, Betty Jean Carr. He was inspired by Franz Kline.

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Full Name Wayne Thiebaud
Date Of Birth November 15, 1920
Place Of Birth Mesa, AZ
Profession Pop Artist
Education California State University, Sacramento, San Jose State University, Long Beach Polytechnic High School
Nationality American
Spouse Betty Jean Thiebaud, Patricia Patterson
Parents Alice E. Thiebaud, Morton J. Thiebaud
Awards List of recipients of the National Medal of Arts
Star Sign Scorpio

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1He was awarded the American National Medal of the Arts in 1994 by the National Endowment of the Arts in Washington D.C.
2He is an artist and teacher.



Lost Cat2000TV Movie special thanks



Behind the Scenes1992/IITV Mini-Series documentary

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1[observation, at 92] All along you just keep hacking away at it. I didn't go to art school, so I worked my way through. When I started deciding to try and be a painter, I thought I'd better go to work whether I feel it or not, and that's what I've pretty much done.

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