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Clay Spohn

 (1898 - 1977)
Clay Edgar Spohn was active/lived in California.  Clay Spohn is known for mod images, mural, assemblage.

Keywords and Quick Facts for Clay Spohn

Birth / Death:  1898 San Francisco, California - 1977 New York, New York

Methods for Clay Spohn

Collage and/or Decoupage
Easel Painting
Illustration, Illustrator
Murals: Fresco, Mixed Media, Mosaic and/or Paint
Printmaking, Graphic Arts, Graphic Design
Sculpture, Sculptor

Media for Clay Spohn

Lithography, Lithograph

Styles for Clay Spohn

Abstract Expressionism
Modernism, (Partially Abstract)

Subjects for Clay Spohn

Figure, Figurative, Human Figure

Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked for Clay Spohn

California Before 1940
Taos, New Mexico After 1940

Art Association for Clay Spohn

San Francisco Art Association-

Teachers for Clay Spohn

Boardman Robinson
George Luks
Guy Pene Du Bois
Kenneth Hayes Miller

Schools for Clay Spohn

Art Students League of New York, Student
California School of Arts and Crafts, Student
California School of Design, Mark Hopkins Institute, Student
California School of Fine Art, Teacher
California School of Fine Arts, Student
New York School of Art (Chase), Teacher
School of Visual Arts, New York, Student

Chronology for Clay Spohn

Early 20th Century Before 1950
Late 20th Century After 1950

Added Description for Clay Spohn

Art Educator: School Teaching, Public Lectures, Workshops
Mural Specialty
WPA: New Deal Federal Arts Project

Exhibition of Art Association for Clay Spohn

San Francisco Art Association

Exhibition of Museum for Clay Spohn

Museum of Modern Art, New York

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