(1897 - 1959)
Clarence Millet was active/lived in Louisiana. Clarence Millet is known for regional scene-plantations, genre and marine painting, etching.
From New Orleans, Clarence Millet was a prolific painter in a
simplistic realist style whose work, some of it nostalgic, in the early
20th-century documents much of the lifestyle of Louisiana people in his
area. Of his painting, he said: "I paint the things I know,
see, and feel - I try to impart to the beholder an experience I have
seen and felt."
As a young man, he worked in a store in New Orleans, where his art
talent became apparent to persons who encouraged him to get
professional training. He became a student at Tulane University
in New Orleans and then at the Art Students League in New York City,
where George Bridgman was his primary instructor. In the East, he
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