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 Claggett Wilson  (1887 - 1952)

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Lived/Active: District Of Columbia/Wisconsin      Known for: mod genre and figure painter, stage-set design

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Birth
1887 (Washington District Of Columbia)
 
Death
1952 (New York City)

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District Of Columbia/Wisconsin


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mod genre and figure painter, stage-set design

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New York Armory Show of 1913
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The complete collection (at least 28) of Claggett Wilson's original War Paintings depicting scenes from his personal experience in combat from the First World War are housed at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.

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Biography from Higgins Maxwell Gallery:
Claggett Wilson was a modernist painter and set designer. 

EDUCATION: Art Students League; Academie Julian, Paris

MEMBERSHIPS: Society of Independent Artists; Salons of America

EXHIBITIONS: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Armory Show, New York; Society of Independent Artists; Whitney Museum of American Art; Salons of America; Art Institute of Chicago

COLLECTIONS: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Baltimore Museum; Springfield (Ohio) Museum of Art; Brooklyn Museum of Art; Newark Museum; Ten Chimneys Foundation (Home of the Lunts), Genessee Depot, Wisconsin

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