Eugene Dunlap (Am, 1916-1999)
Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. and signed and titled on the reverse.
Paintiing: 30" x 36"
Frame: 38" x 44"
EUGENE DUNLAP was a resident of Pasadena, CA., and is best known for landscapes & coastal scenes of Southern California. He was born in Los Angeles, California on October 22, 1916. Dunlap grew up in Los Angeles and began painting at age eight. He studied locally with Jack W. Smith, J. Mason Reeves, Nell Walker Warner, and at the Art Center School. He was a resident of Laguna Beach, California from 1960 until his demise on June 7, 1999.
Member: San Fernando Valley Art Club (President, 1939). Dunlap exhibited at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1935; Gourmet Art Gallery, 1935-50; American Academy in Los Angeles, 1935 (1st prize); Gardena High School, 1936-38; Union High School in La Verne, 1937; Clearwater High School, 1937-39; Stendahl Gallery, Los Angeles, 1937; Charlie Russell Gallery, Great Falls, Montana, 1940; American Academy, Hollywood, 1940 (prize); Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1940; Golden Gate International Exposition, 1940; Webb Gallery, Los Angeles, 1942; Hawaii State Fair, 1950 (1st prize).
Hughes, Edan M. Artists In California 1786-1940.