CHARLES ST. PIERRE

 

 

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Charles St. Pierre (1896 - 1945)

 

Charles St. Pierre, a painter associated with Duluth, New York, and Chicago, where his murals decorate the Chicago Tribune building. 

 

St. Pierre was born in Motley, Minnesota, and his brother Meda was art director at the Duluth News Tribune. 

 

His work has been described as chiefly concerned with light, color and aerial tones, with suggestions of the flicker of movement. St. Pierre died in Chicago in 1945, at age 49.