Clarence Holbrook Carter
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Throughout the 1930s and 40s he was known for his paintings of rural America and the burden brought on by the Great Depression. By the end of World War II he had adopted a more surrealist approach to painting. In 1949, he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member, and became a full member in 1964.
Carter's work is found in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.; the James A. Michener Art Museum; the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C.; the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA; the Yager Museum of Art & Culture, Oneonta, New York; and many others.
- Carter, Clarence Holbrook; James A. Michener; Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer (New York, N.Y.); Bodley Gallery (New York, N.Y.) Clarence Carter : a joint exhibition 30 April through 1 June, 1974 Gimpel & Weitzenhiffer Gallery ... and Bodley Gallery (New York : Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer) OCLC: 6540063
- Trapp, Frank; Douglas Dreishpoon; Ricardo Pau-Llosa. Clarence Holbrook Carter (New York : Rizzoli, ©1989) ISBN 0-8478-0975-7
- Askart.com pages on Clarence Holbrook Carter (includes several color images)
- Clarence Holbrook Carter Online (artcyclopedia.com)
- color image and discussion of a Clarence Carter painting (War Bride, 1940; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA)
- Bio of Carter at the Michener Museum website
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