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Clarence Hinkle: Early Impressionist Portraits, Holland (1906-09)

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Published on Jun 6, 2012

Audio tour with Janet Blake, Curator of Collections at Laguna Art Museum.

Laguna Art Museum is proud to present a retrospective of the work of Clarence Hinkle, an early twentieth-century artist who radiated the spirit of modernism. Born in Auburn, California in 1880, Hinkle was one of only a few native Californians of his generation who became nationally known artists. His education was broad and far-reaching, beginning with studies at the Crocker Art Gallery in Sacramento and the California School of Design in San Francisco. He continued his studies in the East at the Art Students League then at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. There he was the recipient of the Cresson traveling scholarship, which afforded him the opportunity to travel and study in Europe. He spent six years abroad, living for a few years in Holland and visiting France, England, Spain, and Italy.

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