E. Roscoe Shrader (1879-1960) was a illustrator for
Scribner's, and a landscape painter. He was an original faculty member at Otis Art Institute (1918- ), and served as dean from 1928-48.
The collection consists of Shrader's correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, a sketch book, and related printed material
with subjects including art in Los Angeles, the Otis Art Institute, and the Stacey Foundation.
Shrader was born in 1879 in Quincy, Illinois; attended Art Institute of Chicago; after two years, won a scholarship to Howard
Pyle School in Wilmington, Delaware; became an illustrator for Harper's, Century, and Scribner's, as well as a landscape painter; became one of the original faculty at Otis Art Institute in 1918, and served as dean from
1928-48; member of the Stacey Foundation, the Painters and Sculptors Club, and president of the California Art Club; he died
on January 20, 1960.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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