(1888 - 1977)
Clarence Daniel Batchelor was active/lived in New York, Connecticut, Kansas. Clarence Batchelor is known for editorial cartoons, mural painting and sculpture.
Biography Clarence Batchelor
Clarence Daniel Batchelor (b. April 1,1888, Osage City, Kansas; d. Sept. 5, 1977) was an American editorial cartoonist who was noted for painting and sculpture. Batchelor attended public schools in Osage City, KS and Salina High School. He studied at the Chicago Art Institute from 1907 to 1910. He married Hazel Deyo in 1918, married again in 1948 to Julie Margaret Forsyth, and again in 1959 to Allegra Summers Taylor.
Batchelor's journalistic career began in 1911 at the Salina Journal, then as a staff artist for the Kansas City Star. He traveled to New York in 1912, and worked at the New York Mail, the New York Tribune, and the New York Journal as a staff artist and occasional political
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