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Jon Blanchette
Mid Century Portrait of Woman in Red Hat

c.1960s-1970s

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Mid Century portrait of a woman wearing red by Jon Blanchette (American, 1908-1987). Signed by the artist in the lower right corner. Canvas has been mounted on fiberboard. Unframed. Image size: 24"H x 20"W. Jon Blanchette (American, 1908-1987). Blanchette was born in Somerset, England on March 29, 1908; he immigrated to Battle Creek, Michigan in 1918. Artistically inclined at age six, he later studied at the Pittsburgh Art Institute where he received his B.A. In 1932, he moved to Los Angeles where he painted, did architectural design, interior decorating, and stage sets for Fox Studios. In 1948, he settled in Aptos, California where he painted fine art and taught privately. During the summers of 1965-75 he held workshops in Mendocino. A romantic realist, he was primarily an oil painter but was also proficient with pen & ink, watercolor, and silk screen. Blanchette died in Aptos on July 3, 1987. MEMBERSHIPS: Santa Cruz Art League; Marin County Artists. EXHIBITIONS: Santa Cruz Women's Club, 1959 Santa Cruz County Art Competition (first prize) Aptos Art Center, 1965
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