Paul Sample in his studio with his dog, Pasadena, circa 1935
- Paul Sample in his studio with his dog, Pasadena, circa 1935
- Connell, Will, 1898-1961
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- [circa 1935]
- Connell (Will) Papers
Paul Starrett Sample was an American artist who portrayed life in New England in the middle of the 20th Century with a style that showed elements of Social Realism and Regionalism. He went to Los Angeles in the 1920's to study at Otis Art Institute, and was on the faculty of the University of Southern California in the school of architecture from 1926 to 1938, when he left to assume a teaching position at Dartmouth College.
Photograph of artist Paul Sample wearing a white shirt and tie, seated in his studio in his Pasadena home with his dog. A jar with paint brushes is on the table behind him.
According to the Pasadena City Directory, in 1935 Paul and Sylvia Sample lived at 676 La Loma Road in Pasadena
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