Item #AT-0321

"Evening" Oil on Board by Dedrick Brandes Stuber 1878 - 1954


"Evening" Oil on Board by Dedrick Brandes Stuber (1878 - 1954) This is a excellent example of his California Scenes. It is framed in a wonderful hand carved frame.


Dalzell Hatfield Galleries,Los Angeles,CA

Private Collection




16"H x 12"W


21.5" x 17.5"

He was born in New York, and attended the Art Students League. He studied with Bridgman (Charles J.), Julian Onderdonck, and Clinton Peters, and was influenced by Barbizon painters Camille Corot and Charles Francois Daubigny. He moved to California in 1920, but there is evidence that he had made an earlier trip, because there is a 1915 painting called "Silver Mining" in a private collection. He also painted in Arizona. He preferred painting plein air at sunrise, when it was cool and shady. His work resides in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., the Pasadena Art Museum, The Fleischer Museum of Scottsdale, Arizona, and the Irvine Museum. His work is associated with the following galleries: Wilshire Galleries, Barker Brothers, Newhouse Galleries. He was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association, the Glendale Art Association, the Painters and Sculptors of Southern California, and the Painters and Sculptors Club. Sources: AskArt; Edan Hughes books; The Redfern