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Clyde Singer Gouache Painting Street Scene

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Clyde Singer (American; 1908 – 1999)
Gouache on paper

A gouache painting on paper by Ohio-based artist Clyde Singer (1908 – 1999). Exhibiting one of the artist’s trademark subjects, this work features a loosely-rendered street scene. Presented under glass with off-white matting, the work is housed in a gold-tone gesso and wood frame.

Clyde Singer was born in 1908 and grew up in the rural hills of Ohio. He attended the school at the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts and received a scholarship to the Arts Students League in New York City, where he was mentored by John Steuart Curry and Thomas Hart Benton. While in New York City, Singer developed a kinship with the ‘The Eight,’ a group of artists to including John Sloan who were known to paint gritty urban scenes documenting everyday life. Singer’s work has been exhibited at numerous prestigious institutions including the Whitney Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, the Chicago Art Institute, the National Academy of Design, the Massillon Museum, the Canton Museum of Art, and the Butler Institute of American Art, among others.


- minor wear scattered throughout frame.


18.5" W x 22.5" H x 1.5" D

- measurement of frame; visible image measures approximately 6.5" W x 8.25" H.

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