(1908 - 1999)
Clyde J. Singer was active/lived in Ohio. Clyde Singer is known for landscape and genre painting, etching, murals.
Biography Clyde Singer
The following is excerpted from an article by Elizabeth McClelland, published in "Little Bits of History, Clyde Singer, American Scene Painter" in TIMELINE, December 1966, a publication of the Ohio Historical Society.
Born in Malvern, Ohio, forty miles south of Akron, Clyde Singer became known for his regionalist paintings in oil and watercolor of people at carnivals, standing in bars, on windy street corners, celebrating holidays, or looking at pictures in a gallery. Many of his works are small, ones he calls his "bread and butter" paintings, and his
style is reminiscent of Robert Henri and John Sloan, continuing through the well-known regionalists, John Steuert Curry and Grant Wood.
He has worked from his basement stu
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