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 Raymond C. Wilson  (1906 - 1972)

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: expressionist watercolor painting

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Born in Oakland, CA in 1906. Wilson spent his childhood in Baltimore, MD but returned to Oakland in 1921. He worked as a longshoreman in San Francisco during the early years of the Depression. Opting for an art career, he studied at the CCAC and privately with Maurice Logan. A swimming accident in the early 1930s left him crippled and, while recuperating, he began painting watercolors. His works received good reviews from local critics. In 1940, at the peak of his career, he suffered a mental collapse and was confined to mental institutions in Stockton and Norwalk where he remained until his death on Sept. 6, 1972. His works are broad realism with amounts of abstraction. During his seven year art career, he painted 225 watercolors, mostly outdoor scenes and landscapes. Exh: SFAA; Oakland Art Gallery, 1934-40; AIC, Nat'l Traveling Show, 1936; SFMA, 1936-40; Santa Cruz Art League, 1938; GGIE, 1939; CPLH, 1939. In: Oakland Museum.
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Ray Wilson (1906-1972) Born: Oakland, CA; Studied: California College of Arts and Crafts (Oakland); Member: San Francisco Art Association.

Ray Wilson studied watercolor painting with Maurice Logan in the early 1930s. For nearly ten years, he produced colorful, expressionist style watercolors of regional scenes and still life subjects.  During this period, he had several one-man shows and received a number of awards from local museums and art associations.

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Piedmont Lane Gallery, Piedmont, 1988.

Biography courtesy of California Watercolors 1850-1970,
©2002 Hillcrest Press, Inc.

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