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Charles Stafford Duncan

 (1892 - 1952)
Charles Stafford Duncan was active/lived in California, Kansas.  Charles Duncan is known for female portrait and figure painting and crayon drawing, mural, lithography.

Charles Stafford Duncan

Charles Stafford Duncan (1892–1952) was a San Francisco painter and lithographer perhaps best known for his mural in the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, California. He won the Benjamin Altman Prize from the National Academy of Design in 1937.

Duncan was born in Hutchinson, Kansas on December 12, 1892. At age four he moved with his family to San Francisco. He studied at the California School of Fine Arts (CSFA) under Maynard Dixon and Ralph Stackpole.

Early in his career, Charles Stafford Duncan worked at the advertising firm Foster and Kleiser under another Charles Duncan. This has caused some researchers to confuse them with one another. His painting style was modernist, and he was affiliated with other left-leaning, bohemian   ...  Displaying 750 of 5713 characters.

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About  Charles Stafford Duncan

Born:  1892 - Hutchinson, Kansas
Died:   1952 - New York City
Known for:  female portrait and figure painting and crayon drawing, mural, lithography