Milford Zornes
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Milford Zornes

Artist Milford Zornes is shown in Pomona in 1989. The watercolorist, who began his craft in the ‘30s, was best known for painting everyday scenes of Southern California life and became part of a group known as the California Scene Painters. (Gordon McClelland)
“The Canyon,” watercolor, 1935. (Pasadena Museum of California Art)
A work from Milford Zornes’ “Symbols of Nature” exhibit at the Anderson Art Gallery. (Anderson Art Gallery)
“Laguna Shoreline,” watercolor, 1957; from the collection of Andreas and Mike Kypriandes. (Pasadena Museum of California Art)
“Winter at Mt. Carmel,” watercolor on paper, 1984; gift of Dr. and Mrs. David N. Brown. (New Claremont Museum of Art)
“Winter in the Canyon,” watercolor, 1982; Betty Davenport Ford collection. (Betty Davenport Ford collection)
“Mojave,” watercolor, 1963. (Hillcrest Press Inc.)