Daniel Sayre Groesbeck

Born at sea just outside San Francisco, he spent his boyhood in Pasadena. Around 1900, he began his career as illustrator for the Los Angeles "Morning Herald." Following World War I , he lived in San Francisco until 1928 when he moved back to the Los Angeles area and was an instructor at the Chouinard Art Institute. Known as a Regionalist painter, he also did murals in Portland, Oregon, the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, and in Ottawa and Toronto, Canada. Basically he was self-taught. He died in Los Angeles.
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