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Clarence Underwood (1871 – 1929)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on August 19, 2009


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2 Responses to “Clarence Underwood (1871 – 1929)”

  1. diana said

    i would like to have more information about clarence underwood please .I have one of his paintings it is in black and white. please get back with me.

  2. Suzay Lamb said

    Clarence Underwood was born in New York. He studied at the Art Students League and the Julian Art Academy in Paris. He returned around 1901 to work illustrating postcards, books and magazines as Century, Studio, McClure’s Harper’s and The Saturday Evening Post. He’s known for romantically influenced paintings and for elegant women wearing colorful hats.

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