Laguna Art Museum

Laguna Beach, California



Greetings from Laguna Beach: Our Town in the Early 1900s


"Greetings from Laguna Beach: Our Town in the Early 1900s," continuing through October 15, 2000, is co-curated by LAM Curator of Collections Janet Blake and Education Curator Wendy Sears.

This exhibition illustrates Laguna's early history through 20 landscapes painted by some of the town's earliest artist residents as well as historical photos and a room-sized installation of a typical period cottage. The paintings include works by Franz A. Bischoff, Conway Griffith , Clarence Kaiser Hinkle, Joseph Kleitsch Millard Sheets, William Wendt, and Karl Yens.





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The above accompanying image was reprinted in Resource Library on 7/25/00 with permission of the Laguna Art Museum If you have questions or comments regarding it please contact the Laguna Art Museum.

For California art history overall see California Art History, California Artists: 19th-21st Century, California Impressionism and California Regionalism and California School of Painters.

For further biographical information on selected artists cited above please see America's Distinguished Artists, a national registry of historic artists.

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