Guy Rose is one of the few true native artists of California, born in San Gabriel in 1867. His artistic talents emerged early and eventually led him to study in San Francisco and then in Paris at the Academie Julian. Rose produced some of his finest works during the years he lived and painted in Giverny. An ardent devotee of French Impressionism, Rose would return to America and become the grand master of the California Impressionists. Member: California Art Club; Painters & Sculptors of Los Angeles; Ten Painters of Los Angeles; Solo Exhibitions: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1916, 1918, 1919; Stendahl Art Gallery, Los Angeles, 1922,1926. Awards: Honorable Mention, Paris Salon, 1894; medal, Atlanta Expo, 1895; bronze medal, Pan-American Expo, Buffalo, 1901; Silver medal, Panama Pacific International 1915; gold medal, Panama-California Expo, San Diego, 1915; Harrison prize, California Art Club, 1921. Works Held: Bowers Museum, Santa Ana; Cleveland Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Oakland Museum; Pasadena Art Institute; San Diego Museum; Irvine Museum
ARTWORK: Guy Rose
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