Frederick Milton Rash was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 30, 1919. After returning from WWII, Rash went to work for Howard Hughes working on art renderings for the "Spruce Goose" and other projects. He then established a studio-home in Laguna Beach and did restoration for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. He won awards while a member of the California Art Club and was cover artist for Orange County Executive magazine
for many years.
Rash retired to Florida and died in Lake Mary on October 29, 1998. Working in oil and watercolor, he painted landscapes, still lives, seascapes, and portraits.
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