Ralph Hall Moulton was born in Beverly, MA on April 6, 1906. Moulton studied at Boston's School of Practical Art. In 1936 he moved to Los Angeles where the subject of his paintings and etchings became the missions and regionalist scenes of local daily life. In the early 1940s he went to work for Kaiser Engineers in Oakland and soon settled in nearby San Leandro. He remained there until his demise on Sept. 13, 1989.
Works Held : Hollywood's Cortez Hotel (mural).
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