(1889 - 1941)
Sherman Trease was active/lived in California, Kansas. Sherman Trease is known for landscape, photographer, illustrator.
Biography Sherman Trease
A landscape painter, pioneer photographer, illustrator and etcher, Sherman Trease spent most of his career in California. He was born in Galena, Kansas and studied at the School of Applied Art in Battle Creek, Michigan. In 1924, he moved to California where he was an active part of the art community and wrote an art column for the "San Diego Union".
Sherman Trease was the first President of a San Diego non-profit organization, the Spanish Village Art Center, Inc. Guild members made up the officers, executive committee and the bulk of the Board of Directors. They included Sherman Trease, President, Henry A. Long Vice-president and Auditor, Mina Schultz Pulsifer, Secretary, Leda Klauber, Treasurer, Alfred R. Mitchell, James Tank Porte
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