List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1953

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1953.

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1953 U.S. and Canadian fellows

Maynard Andrew Amerine (1911–1998) was a pioneering researcher in the cultivation, fermentation, and sensory evaluation of wine. His academic work at the University of California at Davis is recognized internationally. His 16 books and some 400 articles contributed significantly to the development of the modern (post-Prohibition) wine industry in California; to the improvement of wine cultures in Europe, South America, and Australia; and to the professional standards for judging and tasting wine.

Leonard Baskin American sculptor

Leonard Baskin was an American sculptor, illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. Throughout his career, Baskin maintained a commitment to the superiority of figurative art, and to the theme of human mortality.

Godfrey Blunden (1906–1996) was an Australian journalist and author.

1953 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

Ernest Corominas i Vigneaux was a Spanish-French mathematician.

Antonio Joseph was a Haitian artist.

Antonio Krapovickas was an Argentine agronomist.

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