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Clement Haupers painting at Rutledge, c.1934.
Provencale Landscape, c.1933. Oil on board by Clement Haupers.
Memorial Heights Park Red Wing, 1960. Oil on board by Clement Haupers.
Carroll Simmons, c.1940. Oil on masonite by Clement Haupers.
Rue Vavin, 1928. Drypoint etching on paper by Clement Haupers.
Three Graces, 1928. Drypoint etching on paper by Clement Haupers.
Paintings by Clement Haupers on exhibit, c.1940.
View of Kellogg Blvd. From My Window, 1956. Oil on board by Clement Haupers.
Two Girls, One Sailor, 1926. Oil on canvas by Clement Haupers.
Clement Bernard Haupers was a painter, printmaker, arts administrator, and arts educator active from the 1920s to the 1980s. He is best known for his directorship of the Minnesota Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project and for his influence in the Minnesota art community.
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