Clara G Newman
Clara G. Newman was active/lived in Indiana, Kansas. Clara Newman is known for painting, teaching.
Biography Clara G. Newman
A painter and teacher, born in Brownville, Nebraska on September 10, 1870, to parents born in Indiana, she spent much of her life in Indiana where she was a member of the Hoosier Salon. Her teachers were J.E. Forkner, Felix Mahoney, Elizabeth Overbeck, Coats, John King and R. Byram.
She graduated from college, moved to Richmond, Indiana, was there by 1897, and became a public school teacher, and lived with her cousin, Elizabeth E. Foulke, who was sixteen years older than Clara.
She was a member of the Hoosier Art Association, and the Richmond, Indiana Art Association. She exhibited with the Salons of America, the Society of Independent Artists in 1938, and the Indiana State Fair of 1939. In 1933, 1953 and 56 on census re
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