Wisconsin borrn, Andrew Dowd became a landscape painter in Salt Lake
City, Utah, beginning 1930, after practicing as a physician for 20
years in Sunnyside, Utah.
As an artist, his patroness was Alice Merrill Horne, a Utah writer who
boosted his career by mentioning him in varrious publications.
Dowd lived in California, the last three years of his life. There
he exhibited with the Physicians Art Association in Los Angeles, 1940.
Peter H. Hassrick, A Century of Sanctuary: The Art of Zion National Park
Edan Hughes, Artists in California, 1786-1940
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