Discipline: Visual Art

Sigmund Kozlow

Discipline: Visual Art
Region: Finesville, NJ
MacDowell Fellowships: 1948

Sigmund Kozlow (1914 - 1990) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning artist who was born in New York in 1914. He studied at the National Academy of Design in New York, the Tiffany Foundation on Long Island, and the Fontainebleau School of Fine Arts in France. Kozlow’s work has been featured in many one-man shows and in major exhibitions across the United States and abroad, including the Phillips Mill and Golden Door Galleries in New Hope, PA. He is recipient of the S.J. Wallace Truman Award for a Landscape by an American Artist from the National Academy of Design in New York, the Marine Award from the Silvermine Guild of Artists in Connecticut, the Top Award from the Montclair Museum of Fine Arts in New Jersey, the Bertha Barston Memorial Prize from Brick Store Museum in Main, and the Grumbacher Cash Award from the Academic Artists in Massachusetts. Kozlow is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and the International Who’s Who in Art



Sigmund Kozlow worked in the Adams studio.

Given to the MacDowell Association by Margaret Adams of Chicago, the half-timbered, stuccoed Adams Studio was designed by MacDowell Fellow and architect F. Tolles Chamberlin ca. 1914. Chamberlin was primarily a painter, but also provided designs for the Lodge and an early renovation of the main hall. The studio’s structural integrity was restored during a thorough renovation in…

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