John Frost (1890 – 1937)
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Born in Philadelphia, Frost became a highly respected American impressionist artist that glorified the California landscape in his paintings. For some time, Frost practiced painting under his famous illustrative father, Arthur B. Frost. He then later attended the Academie Julian and later relocated to Pasadena, California. Frost embodied the California sunsets, meadows and mountains by rendering beautiful atmospheric and impressionistic paintings. John Frost was a member of the California Art Club and was awarded the Gold Medal at the Painters and Sculptors in 1924. His work has been exhibited in the Stendahl Gallery at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, Garden High School collection, Irvine Museum collection, and various private collections.