Claggett Wilson: The War Portfolio of 1919

@article{Lubin2017ClaggettWT,
  title={Claggett Wilson: The War Portfolio of 1919},
  author={David M. Lubin},
  journal={American Art},
  year={2017},
  volume={31},
  pages={46 - 71}
}
Within months of the armistice that ended the First World War, the American artist Claggett Wilson (1887–1952), who had fought in France as a combat marine, produced a riveting portfolio of two dozen watercolors based on his wartime experiences. Wilson had trained in Paris at the progressive Académie Julien, exhibited at the Armory Show, and been an art instructor at Columbia University. Now he combined modernist techniques with popular visual culture in an effort to render visible the… 
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