Frederick James Gill was born in May of 1906 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gill's media includes acrylics and watercolors. Not only is Gill a painter, having studied at the Pennsylvania Museum School of Art, the University of Pennsylvania and The Tyler School of Art, but he is also an avid jazz saxophonist.

Gill's works were first presented through the Philadelphia Watercolor Club's traveling exhibitions in 1942. Gill's exhibitions went on to include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Butler Art Institute and one-man shows at the Philadelphia Art Alliance.

Dedication plaque, "In memoriam A Reeves Collins & Leslie Kartman. Presented by 181st Class"

  • Subject Matter: Abstraction
  • Created: c. 1945
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