Joseph Boulton traveled East to New York from his home in Fort Worth, Texas to
pursue a career in art. He began at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League.
Later, he went on to study under the celebrated sculptor H.A. MacNeil at the Beaux-Arts Institute of
Design, also in New York.
As a sculptor he is recognized for his sympathetic and ennobling depictions of animals and people,
especially native Americans.
Allied Artists of America
Philadelphia Artists Alliance
American Artists Professional League
National Academy of Design, 1921 prize to 1945
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1927-1940
Hempstead, New York, 1945 prize
Silvermine Arts Guild, Connecticut
Museums and Public Collections:
Detroit Institute of Art
Fort Worth Museum of Art, Texas
Philadelphia Academy of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania