David Aronson

David Aronson
Birth name David Aronson
Born 1923
Šilova, Lithuania Lithuania
Nationality American
Field Painter
Training School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

David Aronson (born 1923[1] in Šilova, Lithuania) is a painter and Emeritus Professor of Art at Boston University.

Aronson has taught at Boston University since 1955, where he formed the Fine Art Department. As an artist, he has exhibited in Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Paris, Rome, Berlin and Copenhagen, among others. His work is represented in over forty museums.


Known collections


  • Guggenheim Fellowship - List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1960
  • Election as Academician at the National Academy of Design, New York
  • Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Hebrew College, Newton, Massachusetts.



  1. ^ "David Aronson papers, 1935-1983". Research collections. Archives of American Art. 2011. http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/david-aronson-papers-6716. Retrieved 17 Jun 2011. 

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