Albert Pucci, Artist

[American 1920–2005]

 


Albert John Pucci was born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 11, 1920. He moved to Brooklyn, New York at the age of three and would live in Brooklyn Heights for the next 80 years.


Albert studied at the Brooklyn academy of Fine Arts and then attended the Pratt Institute, where he would work as an instructor in figure drawing, and layout and design for 24 years.


Albert Pucci’s first one-artist Exhibition was held in 1954 ath the Associated American Artists Galleries in Manhattan.


Albert would go on to exhibit at numerous galleries, shows and exhibitions in New York, Maine, Washington and Connecticut.


Albert’s work has been exhibited at the National Academy and The Brooklyn Museum, and his work is in the permanent collections of the Thayer Museum of Art in Lawrence, Kansas amd the Wausau Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin.


Albert’s work graces the corporate board rooms and collections of companies such as Abbot Laboratories, Pfizer, Sears Roebuck, Lehman Brothers, Metlife, Montgomery Ward, and Nabisco.


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