Born in Bowling Green, KY on April 2, 1903. By the 1920s L'Allemand had settled in Los Angeles and was a pupil of J. Francis Smith. He wrote articles for the Times and was the author-illustrator of several books including You Can Grow Dwarf Trees and Pageantry On The Mesa. His subjects include still lifes, figure studies, scenes of Los Angeles, and portraits. He died in San Luis Obispo, CA on Oct. 3, 1974. Member: Calif. Etchers Ass'n. Exh: Laguna Beach AA, 1930; LACMA, 1930 (solo), 1931 (prize); Calif. Art Club, 1930-31; Painters & Sculptors of LA, 1931-37; Bullocks (LA), 1932; Calif. State Fair, 1937; All Calif. Show, 1939.
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
California Arts and Architecture list, 1932; Southern California Artists
(Nancy Moure); Who's Who in American Art
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