Clyde Singer’s World
On view through January 3, 2021
The Butler Institute of American Art
Clyde Singer was Youngstown’s most beloved artist who served as Associate Director and Curator of Permanent Collection at The Butler Institute of American Art for decades.
Singer was born in Malvern, Ohio and was stationed in the South Pacific during World War II. He became curator of The Butler immediately after the war. Except for Youngstown subjects, New York City themes dominate his work.
Image credits: Clyde Singer, McSorley’s: No Women Permitted, 1970. Oil on Canvas. 37.5” x 29.5”. Gift Of Joseph Erdelac, 1987