The Vilcek Foundation raises awareness of immigrant contributions in the United States and fosters appreciation of the arts and sciences.
The Vilcek Foundation Prizes are awarded to foreign-born individuals for extraordinary achievement in the arts and sciences.
Awarded to immigrants with a legacy of major accomplishment in the biomedical sciences and the arts and humanities.
Awarded to young immigrant professionals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement early in their careers.
Awarded to immigrants who have had a significant impact on American society, or to individuals who are dedicated champions of immigrant causes.
By descent to the Artist’s son, Robert Crawford;
Private Collection, Santa Barbara, CA;
[The Owings Gallery, Santa Fe, NM];
New York. Grace Borgenicht Gallery. Ralston Crawford. October 28-November 15, 1958, np.,cat. no. 11.
New York. Robert Miller Gallery. Ralston Crawford. [May] 1983.
Lawrenceville, NJ. Hutchins Gallery, Lawrenceville School. 2002.
New York. Megan Moynihan Fine Art and Frank Riehlman Fine Art. Precise, Oblique. 2003.
Agee, William C. Ralston Crawford. Pasadena, CA: Twelve Tree Press, 1983, p. 16, ill. pl. 50.