In 1906, Jack Wilkinson Smith moved to Alhambra, California and established a studio in an area known as "Artists Alley". There he was neighbors with Eli Harvey, Frank Tenney Johnson (1874-1939) and Norman Rockwell who lived there in the summer. Jack Wilkinson Smith helped to establish both the Biltmore Salon and the Sketch Club. Jack Wilkinson Smith had worked in watercolors when he was in the Midwest, but in Los Angeles, California he began painting with oil. He traveled all over the state in search of subject matter and is well known for his Sierra landscapes, mission scenes and seascapes.
Jack Wilkinson Smith passed away on Jan. 8, 1949 in Monterey Park, California.
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Academy of Western Painters
Allied Art Association
California Art Club (President 1920-1921), Pasadena, California
California Watercolor Society
Laguna Beach Art Association, Laguna Beach, California
Salmagundi Club, New York, New York
Sketch Club of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
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