Theodore Jackman Spanish Dancer
You can't beat this painting if you're looking for some jazz age excitement mixed with the romance of Old California. A bit of Zorro never did a room any harm.
Measure 25" x 30", framed 31 3/4" x 36"
Biography Theodore Jackman
Painter. Born in Bloomington, IL on July 23, 1878, Jackman studied at the AIC and in Paris. He was active in NYC as an illustrator and portraitist before settling in southern California in 1914. During the 1920s he had a studio-home in Laguna Beach. As well as portraits, he also painted Spanish California genre and often accompanied F. Grayson Sayre on sketching trips into the desert. He died in La Crescenta, CA on July 10, 1940. Exh: Southwest Museum (LA), 1921; Franklin Galleries (LA), 1922; Laguna Beach AA; Paris; Madrid; Chicago. In: Orange Co. (CA) Museum. AAA 1907-25; AAW; SCA; LA Times, 7-21-1940 (obi