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A gay man, he was the lover of fellow actor, Harry Hyde and a close friend of artist Granville Redmond with whom he often painted. Due to the end of silent films and the Depression, he is believed to have returned to France. 1991) Originally a banker, Liddell was a self-taught artist and became a Charter Member of the Painters’ Club of Los Angeles.
(CAC membership – H: American Art Annual, 1925) Artist Member. He helped found the CAC and served as its first president (from 1909-1910).
She was named a Woman of Achievement by the Long Beach Pen Women.
Her work is permanently displayed at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D. (A) (R) Manbert studied at the AIC and Pape School of Illustration before settling in Glendale in 1910.
Retiring in 1991, he began painting, first with watercolor and then with oils. Upon arriving in Los Angeles in 1897, she (along with Mrs. Dalton Bond) founded the School of Art and Design, the first in the city. (H) Elaine Malco graduated from Otis Art Institute, studying under Ben Mesick, Paul Lauritz, and Henry Richter.
She is included in Who’s Who in American Women, and exhibited at Penn Arts, the De Young Memorial, and the Greek Theater, among others. ), the Ronzone Medal, and the Freddie Gold Cup for Sculpture.
[For current member listings, please click here.] If you have any information about an artist who was a past member, or don’t see a name on this list who you think should be included, please send us an email.(H) = Hughes’ is CAC Membership source for that individual] NAME = Probable CAC member [Exhibited with the CAC at some point, see notes] Lanoe was born in Vannes, France on Oct. By the early 1920s Lanoe was living in Hollywood, CA.He is said to have acted in more than 100 silent movies.He studied in New York at the Pratt Institute, with Twachtmann and Charles Davis, and in Philadelphia at the Drexel Institute and the Brandywine School of Art with Howard Pyle. He also conducted art classes at Laguna Beach, which along with other artists summer classes helped develop the art colony at Laguna Beach.
He studied at Academies Colarossi and Castelucho in Paris From 1901-1913 he gave private lessons and taught at a local high L. He was also a muralist in the 1915 Pan American Exposition in San Francisco. University in Beaune, France, and then went to Chicago, where he had an opportunity to paint murals.
He first appears with the CAC in their 1st Annual Exhibit. CAC Exhibitions: 1st Annual (1911), 3rd Annual (1912). Fled the German army to study in Paris; later studied/taught with Frank Brangwyn at his school in London.