Exhibits

Solo Exhibitions

1937
  • Maynard Walker Gallery, New York, New York
  • Milwaukee Art Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • The Prints Room Gallery, Hollywood, California
1941
  • Maynard Walker Gallery, New York, New York
1945
  • American British Art Center, New York, New York
2010
  • Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2011
  • Kemper Gallery at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois
2016
  • Journey to Primal, Kenosha Public Museum, Kenosha, Wisconsin

Selected Group Exhibitions

1938
  • “Portraits and Self Portraits,” Frazier Gallery, New York, New York
  • “Spring Exhibition,” Collectors of American Art, New York, New York
  • “17th International Exhibition Watercolors, Pastels, Drawings and Monotypes,” Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
1939
  • “Paintings by Six Famous Americans/Watercolors by Theodore Czebotar,” Faulkner Memorial Art Gallery, Santa Barbara, California
  • “Water Colors by American Artists,” First Balcony Gallery, Symphony Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
  • “6th Wisconsin Union Salon of Arts,” Memorial Union, Madison, Wisconsin
  • “Spring Exhibition,” Maynard Walker Gallery, New York, New York
1940
  • “Contemporary American Paintings,” Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
  • “26th Annual Exhibition of Wisconsin Painters & Sculptors,” Milwaukee Art Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • “Watercolors,” Maynard Walker Gallery, New York, New York
1941
  • “Opening Exhibition,” American British Art Center, New York, New York
  • “11th Biennial Show of Watercolors,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
  • “20th International Exhibition of Watercolors,” Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • “8th Wisconsin Salon of Art,” Memorial Union, Madison, Wisconsin
1942
  • “Racine Painters and Sculptors,” Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin
1946
  •  “57th Annual American Exhibition of Water Colors and Drawings,” Art Institute of Chicago,     Chicago, Illinois
1947
  • “142nd Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • “20th Biennial Exhibition,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1948
  • “Wisconsin State Centennial Exhibition,” Layton Art Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1949
  • “59th Annual American Exhibition of Water Colors and Drawings,” Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Upper Hudson Annual Exhibit,” Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, New York
  • “3rd Annual Polish American Artists Exhibition,” Kosiuzko Foundation, New York, New York
1950
  • “145th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • “Independent Artists Show,” Tucson Fine Arts Association, Tucson, Arizona
1955
  • “Independent Artists Show,” Tucson Fine Arts Association, Tucson, Arizona
1957
  • “The Twenty-Fifth Corcoran Biennial,” The Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Collectors

  • Artists John Steuart Curry, Henry Varnum Poor, Olin Dows; art critic Henry McBride; Katharine Cornell, American stage actress; Newport art collector Edith Wetmore; American composers Kay Swift and Marshall Kernochan; dramatist and author William Saroyan; American mystic John Star Cooke.

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Syracuse, New York.
  • Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette
    University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Sources

Hidden Treasure: The Life and Art of Theodore Czebotar, Patricia Hamilton, (Borderland Books, 2015). Available on Amazon and barnesandnoble.com.

Finding Theodore Czebotar, David Kherdian, (Tavnon Books, 2011)

Who Was Who in American Art, Peter Hastings, Editor, (Sound View Press, 1999)

Whose Who in Polish America, Rev. Francis Bolek, Editor, (Harbinger House, New York, 1943)