(1887 - 1980)
Imogene McConnell Ragon was active/lived in Arkansas. Imogene Ragon is known for landscape and flower painting.
Imogene McConnell Ragon (1887-1980) was an important Arkansas based artist, spending most of her life in Clarksville and who become known as "The Painter of the Ozarks".
Born and raised in Clarksville, Ragon attended the College of the Ozarks and the St. Louis School of Fine Arts. Additional studies were with Eliot O'Hara in Goose Beach, Maine; Gordon Grant in Gloucester, Massachusetts; Robert Brackman in Nyank, Connecticut; Emil Gruppe and John Chetcutti in Rockport, Massachusetts; John Pike in Woodstock, New York; Pauline Bragen in Los Angeles; and with Jerry Farnsworth, Syd Solomon and Hilton Leach in Sarasota. Additional studies were done in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
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