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 Judith Clancy  (1933 - 1990)

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: illustration-genre, graphics

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following biography is based on information provided to by Bud Johns, artistic executor of this artist:

Judith Clancy was a well-known illustrator and graphics artist whose work was principally drawing and watercolor. The best-known of her published illustrations was for the book,"A Year in Provence," done just before her death in 1990, and her illustrations were used posthumously for that book's sequel, "Toujours Provence."

Clancy did illustration drawings for a book, "Not a Station But a Place," written by M.F.K. Fisher, famous writer about foods and dining, and wrote and illustrated her own book titled "Last Look at the Old Met."

Her illustrations also appeared in periodicals including the "New Yorker," "Gourmet," "Opera News," "Architectural Digest," "Film Quarterly," and "California Living."

Clancy was the only American to have ever had a solo exhibition at the Musee Carnavalet in Paris. In the catalog of the Carnavalet exhibition, 107 of her works on paper were reproduced, and the bilingual text was written by Bernard de Montgolfier, chief curator of the Carnavalet. Other contributors were D. J.W. Niemeijer, curator of the print and drawing collection of The Rijksmusuem, and artists Raphael Soyer and Lawrence Ferlinghetti also contributed as well as Clancy.

Her work is represented by the George Krevsky Gallery in San Francisco.

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