Andrew Lattimore

Andrew Lattimore

From a very early age, Andrew Lattimore knew that art would be his life’s pursuit, and as a professional artist for nearly 30 years, he has remained true to his endeavor, “the pursuit of truthful beauty in human creativity.” He attended the National Academy of Fine Arts in New York studying with Daniel Greene, Edmond Fitzgerald and Harvey Dinnerstein. Andrew studied life drawing and anatomy with anatomist Stephen R. Peck, author of Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist. He attended the Academia di Belle Arti and Studio Simi in Florence, Italy. He’s a recipient of the prestigious Greenshields Foundation Grant, The John D. Riker Memorial Award, the D. Zahn Memorial Award, The ARC Salon Chairman’s Award and many more throughout his career. His work is widely collected throughout the US and Europe.
1979-80 Greenshields Foundation Grant Figurative and Landscape Painting England and Wales
1977-79 Nerina Simi Atelier, Florence Italy and Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence, Italy
1974-76 Daniel Greene, Edmond Fitzgerald, Harvey Dinnerstein, National Academy School of Fine Arts, NYC 
1971-73 Stephen R. Peck, Westchester Art Workshop, White Plains, NY
1969-70 Edward Freedman, Mechanical Drawing and Drawing Fundamentals
Art Renewal Center, ARC Salon, Chairman’s Award 
Hugh P. Botts Award 
Jane Peterson Award  
Margery Soroka Memorial Award  
RAC Contemporary Portrait Award
D. Wu and Elzie Jecy-Key Award
Arthur Harless Award
D. Zahn Memorial Award
Salmagundi Club Award
Don Donaldson Memorial Award
Joan Rudman Award
A. Pellington Memorial Award 
Lee M. Loeb Memorial Award
John D. Riker Memorial Award
Greenshields Foundation Grant
Salmagundi Club, NYC
National Arts Club, NYC
Hudson Valley Art Association, NY
Lyme Art Association, Lyme, CT
Allied Artist Association, NYC

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