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Arthur Merton Hazard
1872 - 1930

Arthur Merton Hazard left Boston to come to California in 1923 for health reasons. In Los Angeles, he painted desert scenes, flower studies, California landscapes, and portraits of Hollywood legends including Douglas Fairbanks. The prominent collections of The Red Cross Museum in Washington DC, the National Museum, Temple Israel Boston, and the Houses of Parliament Canada include his works.

Arthur Merton Hazard Mount San Jacinto Midsized Thumbnail
Mount San Jacinto in Winter
Arthur Merton Hazard Seal Rock Midsized Thumbnail
Seal Rock
Arthur Merton Hazard Seine Boat Provincetown Midsized Thumbnail
"Seine Boat, Provincetown"
Arthur Merton Hazard Lupines Midsized Thumbnail
Lupines
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He studied in France with Joseph DeCamp, Frank Duveneck, and Henri Blanc. While vacationing near Paris, he died the day after Christmas, 1930.

Sources AskART, Artists in California 1786 - 1940, Edan Milton Hughes, 3d ed.