Clara Sipprell, photography, Syracuse University Special Collections
Arts and Humanities | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Modern Art and Architecture
Clara Sipprell's photographic career spanned almost seven decades of artistic exploration in picture-making. In April 1975, she died at age 89, leaving behind a great many friends and a pictorial legacy of considerable achievement. Whether she was photographing the crown princes of Europe or Robert Frost in his back yard, Miss Sipprell's ability to capture her subject's innermost personality became the hallmark of her work.
Appelhof, Ruth Ann. "Clara Sipprell: American Photographer In Memoriam." The Courier 12.4 (1975): 29-32.