Cushman Jr (Cush) Walker
(1909 - 1969)
Cushman Jr (Cush) Walker was active/lived in California. Cushman Walker is known for street scenes, houses, old buildings.
Biography Cushman Jr (Cush) Walker
Cushman Walker, Jr. was born in San Francisco, California in 1909. He painted nostalgic impressionist scenes of old houses, and buildings, in his native San Francisco, and in New Orleans, where he spent much time. He painted primarily in oils.
During World War II "Cush", as he was known, served in the Marine Corps. After the war he settled on the Monterey Peninsula. Walker studied at UC Berkeley, the University of Michoacan in Mexico, the McGrady School of Art In New Orleans, and with John Cunningham at the Carmel Institute of Art in Carmel, California.
Walker was a long-time Artist Member of the Carmel Art Association. He exhibited there and at other venues on the Monterey Peninsula. He died in the Monterey area in 1969.
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