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Ted Katz was born in Philadelphia, PA. He holds a bachelor's degree from Franklin and Marshall College and master's and doctoral degrees from Harvard University. While a fellow of Harvard, Katz studied at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts and at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts. He studied on scholarship at The Art Students' League in New York. At the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris, he concentrated on drawing from the human figure.

The paintings of Ted Katz have been shown in invitational shows at Contemporary American Bookworks, New England Foundation for the Arts; Affects/Effects: Work by the Faculty of Philadelphia College of Art; The Demuth Foundation, PA; Millersville University National Painting Invitational, PA; Indiana University Pennsylvania; Pacific University, OR; Salem College, NC; Tufts University; Villanova University; Harvard University; John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, DC; Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM; Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA (Croquis Prize); Moore College of Art; Philadelphia College of Art; Pittsburgh Center for the Arts; and the William Penn Memorial Museum, Harrisburg, PA.

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