Clifton Alfred Wheeler
- Marion County
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Clifton Wheeler was a student of Forsyth at Herron and Chase in New York City. After a couple trips to Europe, Wheeler settled back in Indianapolis and taught at Herron and Butler for many years.
Wheeler was a resident of Irvington (in Indianapolis), which was something of an art colony in the 1930s.
Husband of Hillah Drake Wheeler.
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Clifton Wheeler (1883-1953) was an Indiana artist who studied at Herron Art Institute under Forsyth and the New York School of Art under Chase and Robert Henri. He Exhibited widely receiving prizes from the Richmond Art Museum (1917), Herron (1921 and 1923), Indiana Art Association (1924), Franklin College (1926), Rector Memorial Prize (1927 and 1932) Indiana University (1928) and many Hoosier Salon Exhibitions. He taught at Herron, Shortridge and the University of Colorado. His work is in collections at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Swope Art Museum, Ball State, and Indianapolis Public Schools, among others.
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