John Hubbard Rich (1876 – 1954)
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Born in Boston, John Hubbard Rich became an artist best known for his portrait paintings as well as interior and still life paintings all done in the style of impressionism. At a young age, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota with his family where he later worked as an artist for the “Minneapolis Times.” Rich then went to New York to study at the Art Students League, then the School of the Boston Museum. While living in Boston, he met artist William Vincent Cahill who later moved to Los Angeles with Rich to establish the School for Illustration and Painting. Rich then began to teach at the University of Southern California and then later at the Otis Institute. Rich was a member of the California Arts Club, Salmagundy Club and the San Diego Art Guild. His works have been exhibited at the San Francisco Art Association, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Boston Art Club.