Patrick Dullanty
Sunrise At Spreckles, CA, 1986-88
Oil on panel
Image size: 9.5 X 18
Framed size: 11.25 X 19.75

Patrick Dullanty Biography

Born in 1927 in Hayward, Dullanty moved to Sacramento with his parents when he was 2 years old. Interested in art since his teens, he did drawings of aircraft during his service in the U.S. Navy in 1945-46. He graduated from Sacramento City College in the late 1940s and subsequently taught part time at his alma mater in the 1950s before going to work as a technical artist at Aerojet in Sacramento from 1956 to 1966 and at Ampex Corp. in Redwood City from 1967 to 1969. In 1970, he began teaching full time at Cosumnes River College, where he was the head of the art department for many years. Returning home to Sacramento, Dullanty began his art career in the 1950s, forming enduring friendships with Thiebaud and artist Gregory Kondos, whom he knew from his City College days. Dullanty’s distinctive landscape paintings often focused on factories, shipyards and lumber mills along Northern California waterways. He also painted memorable images of Yosemite and the high Sierra. He retired from teaching in 1993

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