Ventura County Museum of History and Art
photo: John Hazeltine
California Style: 1930s and 1940s
Beginning April 4 and continuing through June 14, 1998, the Ventura County Museum of History & Art will present California Style: 1930s and 40s, an exhibition of sixty watercolor paintings depicting scenes from the Depression and War years.
Featuring works by the most prominent artists ofthe time, including Millard Sheets, Phil Dike, Rex Brandt and many others, the exhibit provides a vivid portrait of Southern California during this dynamic period.
Millard Sheets, Burns Brothers, 1936, watercolor on paper, 15 x 22 inches, Ralph and Lois Stone Collection
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