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James Milford Zornes

Zornes was born in 1908 in the small farming town of Camargo, Oklahoma. He studied art in California at the Pomona College and learned about water color with Millard Sheets at Scripps College. In 1934, Zornes was given a one-man show of his water colors at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. He is part of a group of artists that formed the California regional school of art, primarily in the field of water color. During World War II, Zornes was recommended by George Biddle to be one of the United States Army war artists assigned to work in China, India, and Burma. Painting and drawing on location in these countries, his work became part of the War Department's art collection located at the Pentagon. In addition to water color, Zornes is recognized for his work in the field of woodcut and linocut, producing fine prints which are in the collections of many art galleries and museums.



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James Milford Zornes

American (1908-2008)
The Pattern Makers
10-5/8 x 14-1/8 in.

Linoleum cut, 1995, edition 16/50. Signed, numbered, and titled in pencil. Full margins.


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