1912 - 2003
Quince Rudolph Galloway was born in Alma, Arkansas on August 16, 1912. He attended college in Arkansas and moved to Oakland, California in 1931 to study art at the Fox-Morgan School. He soon married artist Janice Webster and settled nearby in San Leandro. For several years he studied locally with Robert Rischell and Van Waldon. Working in pastel, oil, watercolor, and acrylic, he produced a variety of subjects which included still lifes and scenes of the San Francisco Bay area. His paintings are realistically depicted with strong light and shadow patterns. He died in San Leandro, California on September 21, 2003. Member: Oakland Art Ass'n; San Leandro Art Ass'n; Society of Western Artists. Exhibited: Oakland Art Gallery, 1939. Works held: San Leandro Library; Casa Peralta (San Leandro).
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