(1924 - 1985)
Clifford Carleton Jackson was active/lived in New York, California, Maine. Clifford Jackson is known for portrait, landscape.
A student of Clifford Carleton, his grandfather, and Wayman Adams at the Old Mill Art School in Elizabethtown, New York, Clifford Jackson became a well-known landscape and portrait painter. Other teachers were Eugen Spiro for portraiture, and Harry Ballinger, Hilton Leach, Walter Stuempfig, Francis Speight, and Franklin Watkins.
He was also a musician, playing first flute with several symphony orchestras from 1946 to 1985.
Jackson was born in San Diego, California and died suddenly in Grand Manan, Maine. Although his painting focus was portraits, he did landscapes during several trips to Spain in 1953-1955 and from 1961, made excursions to the Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts and along the northeast coast.
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