Warren Eliphalet Rollins
(1861 - 1962)
Warren Eliphalet Rollins was active/lived in New Mexico, California, Arizona, Nevada. Warren Rollins is known for desert landscape and Indian portrait and genre painting.
For many years Warren Eliphalet Rollins was known as the "Dean of the Santa Fe art colony." He was the first artist to have a formal exhibition there; it was held in 1906 in the old Palace of the Governors. He was a close friend of Carlos Vierra, Gerald Cassidy, Kenneth Chapman, Sheldon Parsons and most of the other famous artists who assembled in the New Mexican capital during the first half of this century.
Born in Carson City, Nevada, Rollins was raised in California and attended the San Francisco School of Design where he studied under Virgil Williams. At the completion of his studies, he was awarded the Avery Gold Medal and made Assistant Director of the school. Following his marriage in 1887, he and his ... Displaying 750 of 10836 characters.