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Clarence Bolton (1893-1962)

Clarence Bolton came to Woodstock on a two-week vacation in 1917 and stayed for the rest of his life. After studying at the Yale School of Fine Arts, Bolton studied landscape painting with John F. Carlson. He began doing lithography as a result of his involvement with the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art's Project. Bolton was one of the first members of the Woodstock Artists Association.

 


At Daybreak lithograph 8.825 x 11.75
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Early Spring lithograph 8.825 x 11.75
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March Winds lithograph  
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Butternut Trees lithograph 10 x 12.25
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Church in Winter lithograph 11.75 x 8.825
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In the Woods lithograph  
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Solitude lithograph 9 x 11.75
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The Birches lithograph 9.25 x 13.25
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Tree Study lithograph 9.5 x 11.75
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Winter's Mantle lithograph 9.375 x 12.25
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