Haldane Douglas  (1893 - 1980)
Architect, painter, etcher, muralist. Born in Pittsburgh, PA on Aug. 13, 1893. By the early 1920s Douglas had moved to California. Winters were spent in southern California and summers in Monterey where he was a pupil of Armin Hansen. He further studied with André Lhote in Paris during 1926-28. After returning from Europe, he taught at the Chouinard Art School in Los Angeles and was associated with Fox Film Corporation during the 1930s. He died in Orange County, CA on May 26, 1980. Member: Calif. Art Club; Painters & Sculptors of LA; Laguna Beach AA. Exh: LA County Fair, 1925; SFAA, 1929; Salon dAutomne (Paris), 1928 (award); LACMA, 1930 (award); Artists Fiesta (LA), 1931; Biltmore Salon and Stendahl Galleries (LA), 1920s; Beaux Arts Galerie (SF), 1929. In: NMAA; 20th Century Fox's Cafe de Paris (mural); Monterey Peninsula Museum; Hollywood High School Library (42' mural of Education). & AAA 1925-33; Ben; SCA; Fld.

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