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186 The Cliff Dweller, c. 1915 color blockprint
221 Old Pines of Monterey
Pedro de Lemos
The Carmel Art Association's first president, de Lemos resided in Palo Alto where he was, for many years, director of Stanford's Art Museum. He was a painter, pastel artist, etcher, illustrator and lithographer.
Beginning in 1911 he taught etching and decorative design at at he SF Institute of Art and served as director from 1914-17. He was the author of Applied Art, Artists Scrap Book, Block Printing and about 50 books on arts and crafts.
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