Dan Lutz

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Dan Lutz is a well-listed California painter known for contributing to the development of the "California Style" during the 1930's and 1940's.

Born in 1906 in Decatur, Illinois, he studied at the Chicago Art Institute where he received a fellowship to paint in Europe. Upon his return he moved to Southern California and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at USC and taught at the Chouinard Art Institute.

His watercolors were featured in the book California Watercolors 1850 - 1970, by Gordon McClelland and Jay Last. He died in 1978.

 

Title

Avalon Ballroom

Artist

Dan Lutz, American ~ 1906 - 1978

Circa

1950's

Signed

Lower Left

Provenance

Clark's Fine Art Gallery & Auctioneers, Van Nuys, California

Medium

Oil On Masonite

Price

$1500.00

Size

8" by 10"

Style

Landscape

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