Orrin Augustine White

Orrin Augustine White (1883 - 1969) was an American painter. His studio was in Pasadena, California.

White was born in 1883 in Hanover, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1902. He was an accomplice professor of Chemistry at the University of Portland in Oregon.

White began his artistic career as a textile designer until he became an interior designer in Los Angeles in 1906, and he took occurring painting in 1912. Two of his paintings were exhibited at the Panama–Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. He served in World War I, and he difficult opened a studio in Pasadena. He was on the reproving council of the South Pasadena chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters.

White died in 1969. His enactment was exhibited by the South Pasadena chapter of the NSAL gruffly after his death, and they set in the works the Orrin White Scholarship Fund in his memory. One of his paintings in the enduring collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

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