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November 10, 2008

Clem Haupers: Minnesota Artist

Filed under: Podcasts and Slideshows — John Fulton @ 12:08 pm

Art Curator Brian Szott discusses the life and work of St. Paul artist Clem Haupers. From his birth in St. Paul, his time in Paris, his stint as Minnesota director of the Federal Art Project to his art and teaching career afterwards, Szott combines the timeline of Haupers’s life with a critical appreciation of his paintings and prints. Highlights include many examples of the art itself along with archival interviews with the artist.

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View photos of Clement Haupers, Clara Gardner Mairs, and their artwork. Learn more about the Federal Arts Project in Minnesota. You can also explore Haupers’s and Mairs’s papers, and read and hear interviews with Haupers, in the History Center Library.

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One Response to “Clem Haupers: Minnesota Artist”

  1. Bob Lundquist Says:

    Have 3 Haupers prints–interested in selling to collector or donating to MHS–where do I start to find importance/value? My Mother bought them decades ago–she was registrar at MHS.

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