Kraemer Kittredge was active/lived in Ohio, Wisconsin, Massachusetts. Kraemer Kittredge is known for landscape painting, teaching.
Biography from Ran Gallery
Kraemer Kittredge received his degree of B. S. in education a the Massachusetts School of Art In Boston; he studied advertising art and design at the Vesper George School of Design, Boston; and portrait and watercolor painting at the Art Institute of Chicago. The summers of 1929 and 1936 were spent in travel and study abroad in Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Czecho-Slovakia and Belgium.
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Kittredge was a teacher in grade and high schools, and was an instructor of art at the Ringling Art School in Sarasota, Fla. He taught at the Cincinnati Art Academy in 1936 color and design, and had a one man exhibition of his watercolors at the Cincinnati Art Museum in 1937.
From 1934 until 1936, Kittredge also painted the Missions of California, the mountains of Arizona, the French Quarters of New Orleans, the Carolinas, Georgia, Semi-tropical scenes of Florida, African American life and country scenes of Wisconsin.
Kittredge exhibited at the Cincinnati Art Museum in 1937; American Water Color Show, 1933; the annual Philadelphia Show, 1933; the New York Water Color Exhibit, 1936, and the annual exhibit of contemporary woodcuts, Kansas City.
He has had one man shows at eh Morton Galleries NYC (1935-36), New York, Southern College, Lakeland Fl.; Tampa Art Institute, Tampa, Fla.; The Little Gallery, Lake Forest, Ill., and the Civic League, Portage, Wisconsin.
Commercial Galleries selling his art were:
Loring Andrews Gallery, H. Lieber Company Galleries, Betty Brown Gallery, Chappell House (Denver),
The watercolor "Chain-O-Mines was purchased by the Whitney Museum in 1942.
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