Allen Gilbert Cram

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Allen Gilbert Cram (1886 – 1947) was an American painter. Born in Washington D.C. on February 1, 1886 Cram received his fine art education in the East, studying under William Merritt Chase.

Cram later moved to San Diego, working mostly with western scenes. He was also an etcher and an illustrator for the U.S. Government. Three of his large-scale paintings hang in the Santa Barbara County Courthouse.

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