CHARLES EZEKIEL POLOWETSKI (Russian - American, b. 1884)

Charles Ezekiel Polowetski was born in Russia in 1884.  He  studied with Robert Blum in the United States and with Leon Bonnat in Paris.  During the early 20th  century Polowetski exhibited primarily in New York.  His work is displayed at a variety of locations throughout New York  including the Summit Park Sanatorium and the Administration Building of the Floyd Bennett Airport as well as in New York City public schools.    

Studied

With Robert Blum and Leon Bonnat

Work

State Normal School, Brockport, NY

Bezalel College, Palestine

City Hall, Paterson, NJ

Barnett Hospital, Paterson, NJ

NYC Public Schools

Summit Park Sanatorium, Pomona, NY

Administration Building, Floyd Bennett 

Member

American Art Association of Paris

Salmagundi Club

Allied Artists of America

Airport, NY Exhibited

Corcoran Gallery Biennial, 1914

Society of Independent Artists, 1917-1918, 1925-1926,

Salons of America, 1925, 1934

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Annual 1932

References

Falk (ed.), The Annual Exhibition Record: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1914-1968

Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975 Marlor, The Society of Independent Artists