Untitled Screen, 1991, by Arthur Cotton Moore (b.1935, Washington, D.C.) Acrylic on canvas and wood, 74” x 71” x 20”
Arthur Cotton Moore is a sixth-generation Washingtonian, who has achieved national and international recognition for his contributions to Architecture, Master Planning, Furniture Design, Writing, and Painting.
Since 1965, Moore has received over 70 design awards, including: Two American Institute of Architects National Honor Awards, one National AIA/American Library Association National Honor Award, and three Architectural Record magazine National Residential Design Awards.
Moore’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions in New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Paris, and the traveling museum exhibition in Poland and the Czech Republic between 1989 and 1995. Among the cities in which these exhibitions were shown, thirty-five articles in newspapers and magazines were published. The Industrial Baroque painting and furniture series was shown in Washington and New York.
St. Albans School, 1954
Princeton University A.B. cum laude, 1958
Princeton University School of Architecture M.F.A. 1960