Morgan Sinclaire photographs

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Morgan Sinclaire photographs


  • 1934-1990 (Creation)


59 photographs

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(1915 December 5 - 2003 March 17)

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Morgan Sinclaire (PHOT 1942) was born on December 5, 1915 in Corning, New York. He already had a degree in Chemistry from Cornell University when he moved to Los Angeles with his wife Esther. After attending the Art Center School, he worked at Douglas Aircraft as a chemist. He was an avid photographer and benefactor to arts and education. Morgan and Esther Sinclaire generously donated funds to build the Sinclaire Pavilion at Art Center's Hillside campus. He died on March 17, 2003 in Santa Monica, California.

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The Morgan Sinclaire photographs are images of Art Center Photography Department field trips and studio assignments shot by Sinclaire while he was a student. Also included are photographs he took later in life while traveling.

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Copyright held by Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, Calif.).

Digital materials and catalog records are made available for educational and research purposes only and cannot be reproduced, distributed, or published without written permission from Art Center College of Design.

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