MAUDE SCHUYLER CLAY

FRI FEB 5 2016 — SAT APR 16 2016

Maude Schuyler Clay was born in Greenwood, Mississippi. After attending the University of Mississippi and the Memphis Academy of Arts, she assisted the photographer William Eggleston. She moved to New York City and worked at LIGHT Gallery and then as a photography editor and photographer for Esquire and Vanity Fair, and other publications. When she returned to live in the Mississippi Delta in 1987, she continued her color portrait work, for which she received the Mississippi Arts and Letters award for photography in 1988. She was the Photography Editor of the literary magazine The Oxford American from 1998-2002. Her work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and The National Museum for Women in the Arts, among others. She continues to live in the Delta with her husband and three children.

MAUDE SCHUYLER CLAY - Langdon, Rooftop Glass
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All sizes signed, titled, and dated in ink, recto

20 x 16 inch archival pigment print
24 x 20 inch archival pigment print
30 x 24 inch archival pigment print

MAUDE SCHUYLER CLAY

Langdon, Rooftop Glass
MAUDE SCHUYLER CLAY - Langdon, Rooftop Glass

MAUDE SCHUYLER CLAY

Langdon, Rooftop Glass
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All sizes signed, titled, and dated in ink, recto

20 x 16 inch archival pigment print
24 x 20 inch archival pigment print
30 x 24 inch archival pigment print

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