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Dedrick Stuber (1878-1954)
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Dedrick Stuber was a landscape painter born in New York where he studied painting at the Art Students League with Clinton Peters. In 1920 he migrated west to California and settled in Los Angeles where he established a studio and worked as a successful artist until his death in 1954. Although he created a number of marine and mountain views, he is best known for his pastoral landscapes of Southern California. Primarily a plein air painter, Stuber preferred working in the early morning hours when the sunrise provided the most appealing light, shadow and color. 


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