(1881 - 1975)
Helen Clark Chandler was active/lived in California, Kansas. Helen Chandler is known for landscape painting, etching, illustration.
Biography Helen Chandler
Born in Wellington Kansas, Helen Chandler became known as an accomplished painter, illustrator and etcher. She spent most of her career in Los Angeles teaching art at UCLA, and after retirement moved to Pomona where she died in 1961.
When she was four years old, she moved with her family to Louisiana and lived and was raised on the Audubon plantation on Bayou Manchac. By 1898, she was living in the Bay area of California and settled in Berkeley where she studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute. She also studied at the Academie Delecluse in Paris and was a sculpture student of Frederick MacMonnies from 1900 to 1901. She returned to California for several years and then went to New York where she attended Columbia University Teachers Col
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