Ginger Lei, 11′ x 4″ linoleum block print circa 1950s. Archivally framed in a superb, genuine curly Koa wood frame and ready for hanging.
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Millard Sheets (1907-1989) enrolled at the Chouinard Art School in Los Angeles after graduating from Pomona High School. He was a pupil of Chamberlin, Hinkle and Theodore Modra. After traveling and painting in Europe, he taught at Chouinard from 1929-34 and in 1948. During the 1920s and 1930s he came into national focus with his regionalist scenes similar to those of Thomas Hart Benton, mostly landscapes inspired by California and his world travels. Sheets was an art professor and director at Scripps College from 1932-55 and then spent six years as director of the Otis Art Institute.