(1907 - 1989)
Millard Owen Sheets was active/lived in California. Millard Sheets is known for modernist painting-genre-views, horse, coastal.
Born in Pomona, California and living much of his life in Southern
California, Millard Sheets earned a reputation as one of the foremost
watercolorists of his era. His subjects were landscapes and
scenes of urban and rural people in humble living circumstances. He
said that he was willing to be called a regionalist only if you
accepted the idea that his work embraced a large region.
said that of all the Depression-era artists, he was the most
representative of the California School*, part of the American Scene*
movement. According to Susan Anderson in her essay, 'California
Holiday', for American Art Review, June 2002, he was a
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