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Art Competitions At the 1932 Summer Olympics
Richard Konwiarz won the bronze medal for the design of the Schlesierkampfbahn in Breslau.

Art competitions were held as part of the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States. Medals were awarded in five categories (architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture), for works inspired by sport-related themes.[1]

Art competitions were part of the Olympic program from 1912 to 1948, but were discontinued due to concerns about amateurism and professionalism. Since 1952, a non-competitive art and cultural festival has been associated with each Games.

Architecture

Category Gold Silver Bronze
Architectural design  Gustave Saacké, Pierre Montenot, Pierre Bailly (FRA)
Design for a "Cirque pour Toros"
 John Russell Pope (USA)
Design for the Payne Whitney Gymnasium, New Haven, Conn.
 Richard Konwiarz (GER)
Design for a "Schlesierkampfbahn" in the Sport Park of Breslau
Town planning  John Hughes (GBR)
Design for a Sports and Recreation Centre with Stadium, for the City of Liverpool
 Jens Klemmensen (DEN)
Design for a Stadium and Public Park
 André Verbeke (BEL)
Design for a "Marathon Park"

Literature

Category Gold Silver Bronze
Literature  Paul Bauer (GER)
"Am Kangehenzonga"
 Josef Petersen (DEN)
"The Argonauts"
none awarded

Music

Category Gold Silver Bronze
Music none awarded  Josef Suk (TCH)
"Into a New Life" symphonic march
none awarded

Painting

Los Angeles, 1932: Visitors admiring "At the Seaside of Arild" by David Wallin (1876-1957), of Sweden.
Category Gold Silver Bronze
Paintings  David Wallin (SWE)
"At the Seaside of Arild"
 Ruth Miller (USA)
"Struggle"
none awarded
Watercolors and drawings  Lee Blair (USA)
"Rodeo"
 Percy Crosby (USA)
"Jackknife"
 Gerhard Westermann (NED)
"Horseman"
Prints  Joseph Golinkin (USA)
"Leg Scissors"
 Janina Konarska (POL)
"Narciarze" ("Skier")
 Joachim Karsch (GER)
"Stabwechsel"

Sculpture

Category Gold Silver Bronze
Statues  Mahonri Young (USA)
"The Knockdown"
 Miltiades Manno (HUN)
"Wrestling"
 Jakub Obrovský (TCH)
"Odysseus"
Medals and reliefs  Józef Klukowski (POL)
"Sport Sculpture II"
 Frederick MacMonnies (USA)
"Lingbergh Medal"
 R. Tait McKenzie (CAN)
"Shield of the Athletes"

Medal table

At the time, medals were awarded to these artists, but art competitions are no longer regarded as official Olympic events by the International Olympic Committee. These events do not appear in the IOC medal database,[1] and these totals are not included in the IOC's medal table for the 1932 Games.[2]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)3407
2 Poland (POL)1102
3 Germany (GER)1023
4 France (FRA)1001
 Great Britain (GBR)1001
 Sweden (SWE)1001
7 Denmark (DEN)0202
8 Czechoslovakia (TCH)0112
9 Hungary (HUN)0101
10 Belgium (BEL)0011
 Canada (CAN)0011
 Netherlands (NED)0011
Totals (12 nations)89623

Events summary

Architecture

Designs for Town Planning

The following architects took part:[2]

Architectural Designs

The following architects took part:[3]

Further entries

The following architects took part:[4]

Literature

The following writers took part:[5]

Music

The following composers took part:[6]

Painting

Drawings and water colours

The following painters took part:[7]

Graphic arts

The following painters took part:[8]

Paintings

The following painters took part:[9]

Unknown event

The following painters took part:[10]

Rank Name Country
AC Adrienne Jouclard  France
AC Agnes Canta  Netherlands
AC Anna Airy  Great Britain
AC Beata Beach  United States
AC Charlotte Berend-Corinth  Germany
AC Edith Magonigle  United States
AC Felicie Howell  United States
AC Frances J. Kelly  Ireland
AC Helen Wills  United States
AC Hélène Dufau  France
AC Hélène Gérard  Belgium
AC Hermine David  France
AC Hilda Roberts  Ireland
AC Isabel Bishop  United States
AC Jadwiga H?adki  Poland
AC Jadwiga Umi?ska  Poland
AC Kathryn Leighton  United States
AC Laura Knight  Great Britain
AC Leoni? Nadelman  Poland
AC Lilian Westcott Hale  United States
AC Louise Nimmo  United States
AC Margaret Fitzhugh Browne  United States
AC Marja Obr?bska  Poland
AC Marjorie Phillips  United States
AC Mary Wesselhoeft  United States
AC Polly Hill  United States
AC Ruth Peabody  United States
AC Suzanne Christophe  Belgium
AC Sybilla Mittell Weber  United States
AC Verena Ruegg  United States
AC Eleanor Modrakowska  United States
AC Peter Colfs  Belgium
AC Joseph Conrardy  Belgium
AC Dumortier  Belgium
AC Wauters  Belgium
AC André Dunoyer de Segonzac  France
AC Anton van Anrooy  Great Britain
AC Alfred Munnings  Great Britain
AC Archibald Hartrick  Great Britain
AC Acke Åslund  Sweden
AC Ado Baltus  Belgium
AC Albert Matignon  France
AC Alexander Tiranoff  United States
AC Alfred Poor  United States
AC Andreas Friis  Denmark
AC Andrzej Stypi?ski  Poland
AC Anshelm Schultzberg  Sweden
AC Anton Räderscheidt  Germany
AC Antonín Landa  Czechoslovakia
AC Arnold Friedman  United States
AC Arnold Wiltz  United States
AC Arthur Burgess  Great Britain
AC Arthur Freedlander  United States
AC Arthur Wellmann  Germany
AC Axel Sjöberg  Sweden
AC Benjamin Brown  United States
AC Bruno Liljefors  Sweden
AC Cornelis Kloos  Netherlands
AC Cecil Ross Burnett  Great Britain
AC Cornelis Mension  Netherlands
AC Chris van der Hoef  Netherlands
AC Carl Sprinchorn  United States
AC Carlo Testi  Italy
AC Charles Cundall  Great Britain
AC Charles Lamb  Ireland
AC Charles Payne  Great Britain
AC Charles Simpson  Great Britain
AC Charles Morris Young  United States
AC Charles Paul Gruppé  United States
AC Chikatoshi Enomoto  Japan
AC Corneille Lentz Luxembourg Luxembourg
AC Kees Van Dongen  France
AC Cuthbert Orde  Great Britain
AC David Ghilchik  Great Britain
AC Nelly Degouy  Belgium
AC Désiré Acket  Belgium
AC Donald Wood  Great Britain
AC Duncan Gleason  United States
AC Irving Couse  United States
AC Earl Purdy  United States
AC Eben Comins  United States
AC Edgar Seligman  Great Britain
AC Edith Horle  United States
AC Edmund Bart?omiejczyk  Poland
AC Édouard Fraisse  France
AC Edward Borein  United States
AC Edward Manteuffel  Poland
AC Hide Kawanishi  Japan
AC Eigil Schwab  Sweden
AC Erich Heckel  Germany
AC Erik Raadal  Denmark
AC Ernest Fiene  United States
AC Ernest Moore  Great Britain
AC Ernest Baker  United States
AC Ernst Böhm  Germany
AC Ernst Hansen  Denmark
AC Eugène Pechaubes  France
AC Eugeniusz Geppert  Poland
AC Francis Chapin  United States
AC Francis Hodge  Great Britain
AC Frank Benson  United States
AC Frank Mason  Great Britain
AC Franti?ek Hoplí?ek  Czechoslovakia
AC Frederick Wight  United States
Rank Name Country
AC Friedrich Baur  Latvia
AC Fritz Göhring  Germany
AC Fritz Heinsheimer  Germany
AC Denholm Armour  Great Britain
AC George Elcock  Great Britain
AC Georg Lagerstedt  Sweden
AC George Collie  Ireland
AC Georg Gelbke  Germany
AC George Gibbs  United States
AC George Jacobs  United States
AC George Luks  United States
AC George Sheringham  Great Britain
AC Georges Baltus  Belgium
AC Georges Dantu  France
AC Gerald Foster  United States
AC Gerardo Dottori  Italy
AC Gert Wollheim  Germany
AC Gilbert Holiday  Great Britain
AC Gordon Stevenson  United States
AC Guy Pène du Bois  United States
AC György Kürthy  Hungary
AC Hans Pape  Germany
AC Harald Hansen  Denmark
AC Harold Shurtleff  United States
AC Harry Watson  Great Britain
AC Hayley Lever  United States
AC Heizo Kanayama  Japan
AC Helmer Osslund  Sweden
AC Henri Pinguenet  France
AC Henri Royer  France
AC Henri Zo  France
AC Henry Poore  United States
AC Herman Trunk  United States
AC Hermann Keimel  Germany
AC Howard Everett Smith  United States
AC Hugo Ballin  United States
AC Hugo Nicholson  United States
AC Hugo Siegmüller  Czechoslovakia
AC Hunt Diederich  United States
AC Isaac Grünewald  Sweden
AC Isaac Israëls  Netherlands
AC Isamu Toyofuji  Japan
AC Alfred Duriau  Belgium
AC Joachim Hellgrewe  Germany
AC J?nis T?demanis  Belgium
AC Humbert Craig  Ireland
AC Mortimer Lichtenauer  United States
AC Julius Engelhard  Germany
AC Jack Yeats  Ireland
AC James Chapin  United States
AC James Newell  United States
AC James Quinn  Australia
AC Jay Maddox  United States
AC Jean Jacoby Luxembourg Luxembourg
AC Jean MacLane  United States
AC Jeremi Kubicki  Poland
AC Jerzy Skolimowski  Poland
AC Johan Bull  United States
AC Johannes Boehland  Germany
AC Jos Lussenburg  Netherlands
AC John W. Dunn  United States
AC John Koopman  United States
AC John Lavery  Great Britain
AC John MacGilchrist  United States
AC John Rich  United States
AC John Taylor Arms  United States
AC Józef Korolkiewicz  Poland
AC Jos Seckel  Netherlands
AC Julius Bloch  United States
AC Julius Paulsen  Denmark
AC Junpei Eto  Japan
AC Karl Hahn  Germany
AC Katsundo Kosaka  Japan
AC Kees Roovers  Netherlands
AC Kerr Eby  United States
AC Yoshie Nakada  Japan
AC Hitoshi Ikebe  Japan
AC Knud Merrild  Denmark
AC Konrad Srzednicki  Poland
AC Konstant?ns Visotskis  Latvia
AC Koshiro Onchi  Japan
AC Kotaro Ikeda  Japan
AC Kojin Kozu  Japan
AC Kunzo Minami  Japan
AC Ludwig Waldschmidt  Germany
AC Leo Whelan  Ireland
AC Leonardo Borgese  Italy
AC Levon West  United States
AC Lewis Baumer  Great Britain
AC Lionel Edwards  Great Britain
AC Louis Denis-Valvérane  France
AC Louis Hechenbleikner  United States
AC Louis Malespina  France
AC Lucien Jonas  France
AC Ludvík Vacátko  Czechoslovakia
AC Ludwig Angerer  Germany
AC Ludwig Hohlwein  Germany
AC Menno van Meeteren Brouwer  Netherlands
AC Mahonri Mackintosh Young  United States
AC Mario Beltrami  Italy
AC Maurice Ehlinger  France
AC Max Clarenbach  Germany
AC Max ?vabinský  Czechoslovakia
AC Micha? Boruci?ski  Poland
Rank Name Country
AC Miltiades Manno  Hungary
AC Misai Kosugi  Japan
AC Oliver Milburn  Canada
AC Oscar Hullgren  Sweden
AC Oskar Nerlinger  Germany
AC Otto Dill  Germany
AC Ottorino Mancioli  Italy
AC Piet van der Hem  Netherlands
AC P. A. Hay  Great Britain
AC Paul Heimen  Belgium
AC Paul Morchain  France
AC Pál Sz?cs  Hungary
AC Philip de László  Great Britain
AC Philip Kran Paval  Denmark
AC Philippe Le Molt  France
AC Pierre Montezin  France
AC Pierre Nuyttens  United States
AC Rafa? Malczewski  Poland
AC Randall Davey  United States
AC Raoul du Gardier  France
AC René Xavier Prinet  France
AC Reynolds Beal  United States
AC Richard Bishop  United States
AC Richard Earle  United States
AC Richard Lahey  United States
AC Róbert Byssz  Hungary
AC Robert Fernier  France
AC Roger Nivelt  France
AC Roland Clark  United States
AC Ronald Gray  Great Britain
AC Ryusei Furukawa  Japan
AC Ryokichi Sakai  Japan
AC Sakuichi Fukazawa  Japan
AC Samuel Theobald  United States
AC Seán O'Sullivan  Ireland
AC Senpan Maekawa  Japan
AC Shiko Munakata  Japan
AC Shintaro Takeda  Japan
AC Shogo Taguchi  Japan
AC Shuzo Kanda  Japan
AC Stefan Osiecki  Poland
AC Chosei Kawakami  Japan
AC Susumu Yamaguchi  Japan
AC Thomas Dugdale  Great Britain
AC Tadeusz Gronowski  Poland
AC Takamura Kodama  Japan
AC Tensen Ogyu  Japan
AC Tom Purvis  Great Britain
AC Tomotari Sakurai  Japan
AC Toru Arai  Japan
AC Ulrich Hübner  Germany
AC Vaughn Flannery  United States
AC Hendrika Schaap-van der Pek  Netherlands
AC Herbert Dunton  United States
AC Walt Speck  United States
AC Walther Klemm  Germany
AC Walther Kohlhase  Germany
AC Wayman Adams  United States
AC Wharton Esherick  United States
AC Wiktor Podoski  Poland
AC Wilhelm Hölter  Germany
AC Corry Gallas  Netherlands
AC William Byrne  United States
AC William Hays  United States
AC William Littlefield  United States
AC William McNulty  United States
AC William Schulhoff  United States
AC Heath Robinson  Great Britain
AC Willi Baumeister  Germany
AC Willy Jaeckel  Germany
AC Willy Sluiter  Netherlands
AC Yasuo Kuniyoshi  United States
AC Yngve Soderberg  United States
AC Yoshitaro Sato  Japan
AC Zbigniew Czech  Poland
AC Philip Hale  United States
AC John Johansen  United States
AC Erich Büttner  Germany
AC George Bellows  United States
AC Glenn Coleman  United States
AC Thomas Eakins  United States
AC Pop Hart  United States
AC Gari Melchers  United States
AC Charles Sheeler Jr.  United States
AC Eugene Speicher  United States
AC Edmund Tarbell  United States
AC Sears Gallagher  United States
AC Anne Goldthwaite  United States
AC Alexander Kruse  United States
AC Reginald Marsh  United States
AC Rodney Thomson  United States
AC Gerald Spencer Pryse  Great Britain
AC Gerard Westermann  Netherlands
AC Jaap Weyand  Netherlands
AC Jan Wils  Netherlands
AC Janina Konarska-S?onimska  Poland
AC Gösta von Hennigs  Sweden
AC David Wallin  Sweden
AC Lee Blair  United States
AC Joseph Webster Golinkin  United States
AC Winslow Homer  United States
AC Acee Blue Eagle  United States
AC Percy Crosby  United States
AC Lewis Daniel  United States

Sculpture

Medals and Reliefs

The following sculptors took part:[11]

Statues

The following sculptors took part:[12]

Unknown event

The following sculptors took part:[13]

Unknown event

The following artists also took part, but the exact event is unknown:[14]

References

  1. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  2. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Architecture, Designs For Town Planning, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Architecture, Architectural Designs, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  4. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Architecture, Further Entries, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  5. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Literature, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  6. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Music, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  7. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Painting, Drawings And Water Colors, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  8. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Painting, Graphic Arts, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  9. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Painting, Paintings, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  10. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Painting, Unknown Event, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  11. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Sculpturing, Medals And Reliefs, Open". Retrieved 2020.
  12. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Sculpturing, Statues, Open". Retrieved 2020.
  13. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Sculpturing, Unknown Event, Open". Olympedia. Retrieved 2020.
  14. ^ "Art Competitions at the 1932 Summer Olympics: Unknown Event, Open". Retrieved 2020.

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