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Renowned for documenting the American frontier, western history and wildlife, John Ford Clymer was born in Ellensburg, Washington in 1907. In 1964 John Clymer left behind a long and distinguished career in commercial illustration to devote all his…

Mr. Clarke was a devoted Art educator and professional artist, having earned two Bachelor degreePs in art and art education from the Rhode Island School of Design, a Master's degree in art education from the University of Bridgeport, and a…

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1908, Caesar began art studies at 15 as an apprentice in lithographic shop, while also attending Mechanics Institute, the oldest Art school in the country. Subsequently, he worked as an illustrator for newspapers, doing…

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Cifolelli is a painter, whose work deals with landscape, water, & floral imagery. She was included in Four Centuries of Women’s Art. Her papers have been archived by the Archives of American Art since 2005.

Henrietta Howard Boit Sturgis Cholmeley-Jones (1896-1985) was an American author and artist. Born October 29, 1896 in Murray Hill, Manhattan, to Tate Robert Sturgis (of Boston and Philadelphia and New York), and Marion Sharpless (of "Laburnums",…

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Casson was a noted cartoonist, selling his first cartoon to The Saturday Evening Post at the age of 17. His work appeared in nearly all the leading periodicals of the time. He is best known for the comic strip Boomer & the daily comic Redeye.

George Cardozo was born in New York City, son of Michael H. and Rosalie Cardozo. Cousin of Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo. Graduate of George School and Allegheny College. Served in the Army-Air Corps during WWII. Commercial…

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John Caggiano was born in Brooklyn, New York, where he studied pre-engineering at Brooklyn Technical High School. He received a BA degree from Brooklyn College and an MFA from Pratt Institute, both with honors. His education was supplemented by…

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Paul Cadmus was born in New York City on December 17, 1904. His father Egbert Cadmus was a commercial lithographer and watercolorist who had studied under the painter Robert Henri, and his mother Maria Latasa was an illustrator of children’s books.…

Tracy Stephen Burroughs is Miggs’ younger brother by 5 years. At some point, Miggs said, his brother thought “Tracy” sounded like a girl’s name and proceeded through life as “Trace”. He lives in Ridgefield and does a variety of…
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