Born in 1925 In Los Angeles, Harold Watt received his art training at the Jepson Art Institute and later at the Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles. His studies included instruction from Rico LeBrun, Lorser Feitelson, and Francis DeErdely.
For a number of years he painted for MGM and Columbia studios and also worked as a free-lance illustrator. In 1960 he devoted his full time to easel painting.
Though he painted many subects including the American Indian and westerns, he most enjoyed painting period figures at leisure at the ocean.
Submitted by George A. Lee, whose source is shevrinfinearts.com/watt.htm
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