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Rudolf Baranik (b. 1920 Lithuania – d. 1998 Santa Fe, New Mexico) was a painter, writer and lifelong political activist.
Rudolf Baranik, Lithuanian, American Artist. Recipient 1st prize New England Annual, 1958; New York Critics Choice prize, 1960; Raymond Speiser Memorial award Pennsylvania Academy, 1964; Childe Hassam Purchase award National Institute Arts and Letters, 1968, 73, 76; MacDowell Colonyfellow, 1971, 72, 74, 77; American Academy Arts and Letters grantee, 1973; Guggenheim grantee, 1981.
Rudolf Baranik (1920–1998) was an artist, educator and writer. Born in Lithuania, he immigrated to the United States in 1938. He was well known in the art world for his political advocacy, and was one of the first artists to organize protests against the war in Vietnam. Some of his best known works are the Napalm Elegies, a series of 30 antiwar paintings created between 1967 and 1974.
Rudolf Baranik by Jonathan Green (May 1987). Three Texts on the Work of Rudolf Baranik by Donald Kuspit, Rudolf Baranik, Lucy Lippard and Jonathan Green (1993). RUDOLF BARANIK; Elegies: Sleep, Napalm, Night Sky by Donald & Baranik, Rudolf Kuspit and Rudolf Baranik (1987).
Fellow: Awarded 1981. Field of Study: Fine Arts. Competition: US & Canada. About the Fellowship. History of the Fellowship. Fields Medal Winners. National Book Awards.
postwar art. In paintings such as those that make up the Napalm Elegy series (1967–1974).