Reginald Wilmer Vaughan
(1870 - 1958)
Reginald Wilmer Vaughan was active/lived in California, Massachusetts. Reginald Vaughan is known for Etcher.
Born in Boston, MA on Dec. 26, 1869 of colonial American stock. Reginald's grandfather and great-uncles served with George Washington at Valley Forge. After moving to California in 1890, he ranched in San Diego before settling in Santa Barbara in 1911 into a home at 316 E. Los Olivos Street. In the late 1920s he established a studio in his home and studied etching with his neighbor, Edward Borein. His subjects include desert landscapes and old whaling ships. He was a resident of Santa Barbara until his death in Palo Alto, CA on Aug. 11, 1958. Exh: San Francisco Art Association, 1935; Ebell Club (LA), 1935.
Source: Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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