Clementine Stuve

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  • Clementine
  • Stuve
  • O. Benjamin Knudson (1859-September 2, 1924); real estate dealer
  • 1883
  • Iliiopolis, Illinois
  • February 28, 1910
  • German
  • 1899: Springfield, Illinois

    1869-1900 census: 526 S. 7th St., Springfield, Illinois; with parents and sister Alice
  • Springfield, Illinois

    Chicago, Illinois
  • Painter-Oil, Pastelist, Watercolorist
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1899: International Water Color Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1907: Illinois State Fair, Springfield, Illinois; at least 19 works in oil, pastel, watercolor and crayon or charcoal

    ?–March 19, 2005: Springfield Art Association, Springfield, Illinois
  • Springfield Art Association. Springfield, Illinois
  • 1907: first premium, free-hand crayon or charcoal landscape or marine view; second premium, free-hand crayon or charcoal portrait; second premium, oil painting marine view; second premium, oil painting flower subject; second premium, oil painting fruit subject; first premium, oil painting still life; first and second premiums, watercolor landscapes; second premium, watercolor marine view; first and second premiums, watercolor still life paintings; first premium, watercolor fruit painting; first premium, watercolor flower painting; first premium, pastel portrait; second premium, pastel head or figure; second premium, pastel landscape; first premium, pastel marine view; first premium, pastel animal or bird painting; first premium, pastel fruit or flower painting
  • Death Date:  February 28, 1910

    Parents:  Bernard (Wurtberg, Germany 1829-?) and Mary (circa  1834-?) Struve; he came to US with parents in 1833; practiced mediine in Kentuky and in Cincinnati, Ohio; first doctor practicing in Illiopolis for 8 years; then moved to Springfield in 1866 to begin a law practice; listed as lawyer in 1870 census

    Siblings:   William Wilson (circa 1861-?)

    Mary (circa 1862-?)

    Ella (circa 1863-?)

    Alice (circa 1868-?)