biografía de Clay Edgar SPOHN (1898-1977)

Lugar de nacimiento: San Francisco, CA

Lugar de defunción: New York, NY

Direcciones: San Francisco, CA (1958-68); Taos, NM (1951-57, 1969-on)

Profesión: Painter, lithographer, illustrator, mural painter

Estudios: Mark Hopkins Inst. Art, San Francisco; Berkeley School Arts & Crafts; Univ. California; ASL with Miller, B. Robinson, Luks, DuBois; Acad. Moderne, Paris, France.

Exposiciones: San Francisco AA, 1929, 1939 (prize), 1945 (prize); Albert Bender Grant, San Francisco, 1944-45 (prize); CPLH, 1938, 1939, 1945,1946; SFMA, 1938, 1939, 1942 (solo), 1946; Am. Abstract Artists, 1949; Colorado Springs FAC, 1951; Denver Art Mus., 1952; Galeria Escondida, Taos, 1950s; Taos AA; Blue Door and Ruins Gal., Taos; Intermountain region traveling exh.; Los Alamos Gal.; Univ. Illinois, 1953; Rotunda Gal., San Francisco, 1946 (solo); Taos, NM, 1952 (solo).

Asociaciones: San Francisco AA; Taos AA.

Obra: Castro Valley (CA) Community Center; USPO, Montebello, CA; Los Gatos (CA) Union H.S.; Fire Dept., Carmel, CA

Comentarios: Teaching: Calif. School FA, San Francisco, CA, 1945-50; Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, 1957-58. WPA printmaker in California, 1930s.

Fuentes: WW59; exh. cat., Annex Gal. (Santa Rosa, CA, n.d., c.1988); WW47; article, "La Galeria Escondida" in Artforum (n.d.)

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