Studio at Wayne Mills Inc.
Wayne Avenue, 3rd Fl.
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Phone: 267 261 3152 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 "Recent Paintings" Curulean Arts Collective, Philadelphia, PA
2016 'Still-Life-Space, paintings: Daniel
Dallmann" Gravers Lane Gallery, Phila, PA
2015 "Time and Space: 27 works by Daniel Dallmann…" Duke Gallery, Wallingford,
2012 "18 Little Paintings" Galleria La Linea Arte Contemporanea, Rome, Italy
2011 "Self Images - Paintings" The Rosenfeld Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
"Self Images - Paintings and Drawings" Greestone Gallery, Lincolnshire, UK
"From Life: Large Works by Daniel Dallmann" Grey Gallery, Williamsport, PA
2008 "Spoons and Other Works by Daniel Dallmann" Davidson Contemporary, Seattle, WA
2001 "Daniel Dallmann" Charles More Gallery, Philadelphia.
1998 "Dancers and Dreamers" Lied Center for the Arts,
"Little Sleepers and Other Small Works - Paintings, Prints & Drawings"
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
and Drawings, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
& The Kendall Gallery of Miami-Dade Community Colleges, Miami, FL
1994 "Daniel Dallmann
- Paintings" Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA
Lithographs & Drawings" Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA
"New Paintings - Daniel Dallmann" Tatistcheff & Co., New York
1989 "Recent Work" J. Rosenthal Fine Arts, Ltd., Chicago
1988 "Recent Figure Works: Paintings, Prints, Drawings" Hobart and William Smith
Colleges, Geneva, NY
1987 "Recent Paintings" Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York
1986 "Landscapes & Portraits" Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA
"Recent Paintings" Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York
"Selected Prints, 1974-1981" Philadelphia College of Art
"Recent Paintings" Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York
1976 Gallery Four, Alexandria, VA
Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy
Ronnie Brenner Gallery, New Orleans, LA
1973 Kramer Gallery, St. Paul, MN
Hemingway Gallery, Nantucket, MA
West Chester State College, West Chester, PA
1972 The Print Club, Philadelphia,
2008 Paintings by Daniel Dallmann & Arnoldus Gruter, The Hillstrom Museum of Art
Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN (catalog)
1984 Conjuring Reality; Paintings and Drawings of Daniel Dallmann
& Paul Wiesenfeld.
The J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY (catalog)
1977 Daniel Dallmann, The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
SELECTED COLLECTIONS, PUBLIC AND CORPORATE
Ball State University Art Museum
Cleveland Museum of Art
National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
Neuberger Museum, State Univ. of NewYork, Purchase, NY
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Free Library
J. B. Speed Museum of Art, Louisville, KY
Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Yale University Art Museum
United States Department of State, Washington, DC
American Embassy, Tokyo
St. Paul Council of the Arts
Carlton College, Northfield, MN
University of Delaware, Newark, DE
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL
Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
American Telephone and Telegraph, NYC
Amity Art Foundation, Woodbridge, CT
ARA Services, Inc., New York
ARCO Chemical Corp., Philadelphia, PA
The Boston Company, Boston, MA
Chemical Bank, New York
Citibank, New York
Claude Bernard, Paris
Inc., St. Louis, MO
Insurance Co., Chicago
Bank, Pittsburgh, PA
Inc., Louisville, KY
Life, Inc., New York,NY
Investment Service, Inc. NYC
Waterhouse, Philadelphia, PA
Digest, Inc., New York, NY
Stephens, Inc., Little Rock, AK
• Lundin, Norman & Byrne, Debra,
The Perception of Appearance: A Decade of Contemporary
American Figure Drawing,
University of Washington Press, 2003, Illus.
• Donohoe, Victoria, “Quiet Artist ... to Shout About”, Phila. Inquirer, Oct. 12, 1997, Illus.
• Language as Line:
Eleven Pennsylvania Realists, exhibition catalog, Southern Alleghenies
Museum of Art, 1992,
pp. 2, 10-11, Illus.
• Against the Grain, exhibition catalog, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, 1991,
pp. 3, 11,
• Arthur, John, Spirit of
Place; Contemporary Landscape Painting and the American Tradition,
Little, Brown and Co., 1989, pp. 92-93, Illus.
• Brenson, Michael, “Daniel Dallmann,”
Review of solo exhibition at Robert Schoelkopf Gallery,
New York Times, March 13,
• Realism Today, exhibition catalog, National Academy of Design, 1987, with essay by
I.H. Baur, pp. 15, 60-61, Illus.
• “Contemporary Romantic Landscape Painting,”
exhibition catalog, Orlando Museum of Art at
Loch Haven, 1987, p. 20, Illus.
• Bolt, Thomas, “Daniel Dallmann,” American Artist Magazine, March 1987, pp. 56-61, Illus.
• American Realism; Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolors, exhibition catalog, San
Museum of Modern Art, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1986, pp. 210-11, Illus.
• Carlson, Richard, “Form or Formula=Drawing and Drawings,” exhibition
catalog, The Hudson
River Museum, 1986, pp. 5, 16, Illus.
• Donohoe, Victoria, “His Efforts Honor
The Landscape,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 12,
• Fox, Marilyn, “Artist Dallmann
Documents Nature’s Duel With Progress,” The Reading Eagle,
June 22, 1986, pp. D1-3,
Henry, Gerrit, “Daniel Dallmann at Schoelkopf,” Art in America, Dec. 1984, p. 169, Illus.
• Heilenman, Diane, Review of exhibition
at the J. B. Speed Art Museum, The Louisville Courier
Journal, June 1, 1984, Illus.
• Davis, Maryann, “Conjuring
Reality …” The Louisville Skyline, June 25, 1984, Illus.
• Hessel, Patricia Moore, “Conjuring Reality: The Paintings and
Drawings of Paul Wiesenfield• Brenson, Michael, “Daniel Dallmann at Schoelkopf Gallery”, New
York Times, March 23, 1984.
and Daniel Dallmann,” exhibition catalog, The J.B. Speed
Art Museum, 1984, 32 pp. illus.
• “New Vistas: Contemporary American Landscapes”, exhibition catalog, The Hudson River
Museum and the Tucson Museum of Art, 1984, p. 14, Illus.
• Jacobs, Joseph, “Faces Since the Fifties,”
exhibition catalog, The Center Gallery, Bucknell
University, Lewisburg, PA, 1983, pp. 42, 46-47,
“Self Portraits,” exhibition catalog, The Allan Frumkin Gallery, NY, 1982, Illus.
• Booth, Sally, “Real, Really Real,
Super Real; Directions in Contemporary Realism,” exhibition
catalog, San Antonio Museum
of Art, 1981, pp. 68-69, Illus.
• Donohoe, Victoria, review of “What’s Real” at Marion Locks Gallery, The Philadelphia Inquirer,
October 2, 1981, Illus.
• Alloway, Lawrence, “Contemporary Naturalism,” exhibition catalog, Nassau County Museum
of Fine Arts, 1980, Illus.
• Arts Magazine, “Daniel Dallmann,” review of exhibition at Schoelkopf Gallery, December 1980,
Baro, Gene, “Thirty Years of American Printmaking,” exhibition catalog, The Brooklyn Museum, 1976, Illus.
SELECTED INVITATIONAL AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2017 “5th Annual Juried Exhibition, Cerulean Arts, Philadelphia, PA
National Juried Exhibition” The First Street Gallery, New York, NY
“Fight or Flight” group exhibition, The Painting Center, New
“HEAD ON: Select
Exhibition of Self Portraits” Wallingford Art Center, Wallingford, PA
2016 “The Nude Figure: Group Exhibition” Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA.
2014 “Head to Toe
– Figurative Images” Gravers Lane Gallery, Philadelphia.
“86th Grand National Exhibit” American Artists Professional
Club, New York, NY.
“6th National Exhibition
of Figurative Painting and Drawing” Degenstein Gallery of
University, Selinsgrove, PA
“On the Edge,” “The Human Form” and “Flora
& Fauna,” Three group exhibitions
at The Artists’
House Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2013 “5th Annual NUDE at Manifest” Manifest Galleries, Cincinnati, OH.
“9th Annual National Self Portrait Exhibition” 33 Contemporary Gallery, Chicago.
Exhibition of Figurative Painting & Drawing” Degenstein Gallery of
Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove,
2011 “Cut Off the Old Block ” Wood Projects
by Selected Artists, Grey Art, Williamsport, PA
of the State 2011,” State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA
2010 “2nd National Exhibition of Figurative Painting and Drawing" Degenstien Gallery of
University, Selinsgrove, PA (award, Best of Show)
“The Vault Series: Portraits,” New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, MA
Annual Invitational Exhbition of Contemporary American Art,” National
Academy Museum, New York, NY
“Marque:ReMarque, Print Portfolio
Exhibition,” curated by R. Toner. The Free Library,
“Feral Prints, Print Portfolio Exhbition,” curated by J. Scuilla.
Tyler School of Art
In association with the Southern Graphics Council Conference.
“Transpose Print Portfolio Exhibition,” RMIT University, Melbourne,
2008 “Feral Prints” (and related
works), Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
2007 “Nine Figure Painters” State University of New York, Oneonta
2005-07 “By Any Means: Work From National
Drawing Invitationals” traveling to:
Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AK; Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake
City, UT; Carter Art Center Gallery, Kansas
City, MO; California State University,
Dominguiz Hills, Carson, CA; J. Wayne Stark University Center
for Art, College
Station, TX; Perspective Gallery, Blacksburg, VA; Museum of Texas Tech
University, Lubbock, TX; Masur Museum of Art,
Monroe, LA; Tyler Art Gallery,
2004 "Masters and Mavericks: the Nude"
Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Figure Paintings,” More Gallery, Philadelphia.
“Contemporary Drawings and Works on Paper,”
More Gallery, Philadelphia.
Perception of Appearance; American Figure Drawings" The Frye Museum of Art,
"The Big Picture", invitational exhibition. More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
"Dipinti, Stampe e Disegni" Il Quadrato di
Omega, Rome, Italy
Representation”; Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
1999 "Contemporary American Realist
Drawings; the Jalane and Richard Davidson
Collection", Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1998 “Select Works”, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Inaugural Exhibition, Claire Oliver Fine Arts,
Currents”, Art in City Hall Program, Philadelphia, PA
“Making Music”, The Gallery at Champion International,
1996 “Drawings”, an Invitational
Exhibition, Smith College, Northampton, MA
“Contemporary Realism”, Community Cultural Center, Philadelphia,
1995 “Quartet: Four Pennsylvania
Artists”, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA
1994 “Collectors Exhibition”, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Figurative Paintings”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
“Figural Philadelphia”, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia,
“Beyond Realism: Image & Enigma”, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art,
Works from 25 Figurative Artists”, The Dwight Frederic Boyden Gallery,
St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s City, MD
as Line: Eleven Pennsylvania Realists”, Southern Alleghenies
of Art, Loretto, PA
1991 “New Work, New Faces”, Tatistcheff
Gallery, New York, NY
“Against the Grain: Images in American Art”, 1960-1990. The Southern Alleghenies
Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
Landscape Observed”, Maryland Institute, Baltimore, MD
1989 “Revelation and Devotion:
The Spirit of Religion in Contemporary Art”, Sherry
Gallery, New York NY : traveled to Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA; Art
Gallery at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter MN; Valpariso Univ. Museum of
Art,Valpariso, IN; Arnot
Art Museum, Elmira, NY.
“Positive I.D.” The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
“Trains & Planes: The Influence of Locomotion in American Painting”, Sherry
Gallery, New York. The National
Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC;
Roberts Center for the Arts, Binghamton, NY; Evansville Art Museum,
Evansville, IN; The Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ.
“Paintings & Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards”, The
American Academy &
Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
1988 “Realism Today”, National Academy of Designs,
New York, Smith College Museum
of Art, North Hampton, MA; The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK;
The Butler Institute of
American Art, Youngstown, OH
“The Figure in American Prints Since 1950”, John Szoke Graphics, New York
Figure in American Art Since Mid-Century”, Silvermine Gallery, Stamford,
Face of the Land”, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
1987 “Art on Paper, 1987”, The Weatherspoon
Art Gallery, Univ. of North Carolina,
“Artists in Their Own Image - An Exhibit of Self Portraits”,
Lake Placid, NY
American Landscape, from Met Life Collection”, New York, NY
“Recent Acquisitions”, The United States Dept. of State,
“Works on Paper”, Fine Arts Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington IN
“The Self Portrait”, Art in City Hall, Philadelphia,
Romantic Landscape Painting”, Loch Haven Art Center, Orlando, FL
“Interiors and Exteriors:
Contemporary Realist Prints”, Yale University Art
Gallery, New Haven, CT
“Portraits”, Martina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NY
“Form or Formula: Discourses
on Drawing”, The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
“American Drawings; Realism/Idealism”,
Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, D.C.
“Contemporary American Portraits”, Schoelkopf Gallery,
New York, NY
in Landscape; Invitational Exhibit”, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Exhibition,” The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
”American Realism, Twentieth
Century Drawings and Watercolors”, San Francisco
of Modern Art. Exhibition traveled throughout 1986-87 to DeCordova
and Dana Museum, Lincoln, MA; Huntington Art Gallery of the Univ. of Texas,
Austin, TX; Block
Gallery, Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL; Williams College
of art, Williamstown, MA; Akron Art Museum, Akron OH; Madison Art
Center, Madison, WI.
1984 “New Vistas: Contemporary American Landscape”, the Hudson River
Yonkers, NY; Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
“Pertaining to Philadelphia: Works
by Philadelphia Artists from the Museum
Collection”, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
”Realistic Directions”, Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania
State University, PA
“Faces Since the 50’s: A Generation of American Portraiture”, Bucknell University,
“Contemporary Landscape Painting”, Albright College,
Reading, PA; Wesleyan Univ.,
Middletown, Ct; The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
“American Realist Works on Paper”, Schoelkopf
Gallery, New York, NY
1982 ”Philadelphia Invitational Painting Exhibition”, Southern Alleghenies Museum
“Prints from the Brandywine Graphic Workshop”,
The Afro-American Museum,
Self Portraits”, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY
“Art on Paper”, The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University
of North Carolina,
“Real, Really Real, Super Real: Directions in
Contemporary Realism”, San Antonio
Museum of Art; Indianapolis Museum of Art; Tucson Museum of Art; Carnegie
Institute, Pittsburgh PA;
“Contemporary Figure Drawings”, Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
“Mantegna to Rauschenberg: Six Centuries of Prints”, Sweet Briar College,
Invitational Graphic Exhibition”, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art,
“Six Artists in the Realist Tradition”,
Hicks Art Center, Bucks County Community
College, Newtown, PA
“Moravian Invitational: Figure Paintings”,
Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA
“Prints from Brandywine Graphics”, William Penn Museum, Harrisburg, PA
“What is Real?” Invitational
Exhibition, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1980 “Contemporary Naturalism: Works of
the 70’s”, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts,
Celebration of Prints, Memorial Exhibition for Lessing J. Rosenwald”, Philadelphia
Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
1979 “Contemporary American Drawings”,
Impressions Gallery, Boston, MA
“Philadelphia Teaches Printmaking”, Philadelphia Print
Talent in Printmaking”, Associated American Artists, New York
“National Invitational Print Exhibition”, Albion College, Albion, MI
“Drawings”, Gallery Four, Alexandria, VA
“Thirty Years of American Printmaking”, The 20th National Print
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
“The Classic Revival”: Exhibition traveled to Chicago,
Peoria, Quincy, Springfield,
Decatur, & Mt. Vernon, Illinois;
Jackson, MI and Minneapolis, MN
“Modern Printmakers”, Rochester, Institute of Technology,
”First International Graphics Biennale”, Krakow,
“Fifth International De Obra Grafica Y Arte Seriado”, Segovia, Spain
American Artists and the Figure”, Penn State Univ. Museum of Art
Color Print Society, European Traveling Exhibition.
“Graphics ‘73”, Univ. of Wisconsin, Whitewater,
1972 “Philadelphia Printmakers”,
Hemingway Gallery, Nantucket, MA
Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
1971 “Printmakers ‘71”,
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
“Young Artists”, Philadelphia Art Alliance,
1970 “Grafica USA, Oggi”, United
States Information Service, Milan, Italy