Claude Peacock (1912-2005) “Kestrals”,
oil on artist board, 21.5” x 19”,
signed and dated 1966 lower right.

Artist Biography

Claude Peacock (1912-2005)

Born/lived: Selma, AL/Montgomery, AL.

Known: Illustrator, commercial artist, painter, teacher, cartoonist.

Studied: Huntingdon College, Montgomery, AL.

Member: National Audubon Society; Alabama Art League.

Exhibited: Army Artists Comp., Jefferson Barracks, MO, 1942 (prize); Army Artists Exh., Atlanta, GA, 1945; Alabama Art Lg., 1946 (prize).

Position: Wildlife artist, Dept. of Conservation, State of Alabama.

Work: Archives and History Dept., State of Alabama; Whitney Museum of American Art; Montgomery Museum of Fine Art; murals, Napier Field Army Air Base, Dothan, AL.

Publications: Illustrated: covers for Am. Druggist, Outdoorsman; colorwork for Life magazine.

Painting Features

Artist First Name Claude
Artist Last Name Peacock
Artist's Dates (1912-2005)
Materials oil on artist board
Markings signed and dated 1966 lower right
Size 21.5” x 19”
Price contact gallery
Comments This painting is beautifully matted and framed and in excellent condition.