Richard Clague

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Richard Clague, Jr. (1821–1873) was an American landscape artist. Born in France and largely trained in Europe, he settled in Louisiana, becoming part of the "Bayou School".[1] Clague opened a studio in New Orleans in 1862, influencing artists such as William Aiken Walker.[2]


  • Roulhac Toledano (1974), Richard Clague, 1821-1873, New Orleans Museum of Art