Harry Victor Law was a resident of Peoria, Illinois in 1880. By the turn of the century, he had moved to California and was working as a commercial artist.
He was in Salinas (1905), Oakland (1908-20), San Francisco (1922-23), and then settled in Los Angeles.
Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago, 1904; Golden Gate Park Museum, 1916; California Watercolor Society, 1924-29; Berkeley League of Fine Arts, 1924; Bradford Gallery (Los Angeles), 1938; Delphic Studios (New York City), 1940.
Works held: Society of California Pioneers; University of Southern California.
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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