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Samuel John Armstrong

 (1893 - 1977)
Samuel John Armstrong was active/lived in Washington, California.  Samuel Armstrong is known for watercolor set design backdrops, animation.

Biography   Samuel John Armstrong

Born in Denver, CO on Nov. 7, 1893, Samuel Armstrong studied at the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art and Rochester (NY) Mechanics' Art Institute. He had an art school in Tacoma, WA in 1923 and was art editor for the Tacoma News Tribune

During the 1930s, he lived in Santa Barbara, CA and later joined the staff at Walt Disney Studios as an animator for Fantasia.  He was well known for his illustrations and covers for Sunset  magazine.  Armstrong died in Los Angeles on Jan. 24, 1977. 

Pacific NW Expo, Seattle, 1927 (1st prize); Santa Barbara Art League, 1930s; NW Independent Salon (Seattle), 1928 (3rd prize); Gardena (CA) High School, 1933.  Murals: 

Source: Edan Hughes, author of the book "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
WWNWA; AAA 1921-33; Ben; WWAA 1936-41.

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Samuel Armstrong Goofy and the Tiger Hunt Cover Original Art (Whitman, 1954)
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