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Paul Lauritz was born in a small art colony in Larvik, Norway. Exposed to art almost from birth, Lauritz was well skilled when he emigrated to Canada in 1905. Working his way west as an illustrator, Lauritz settled in Portland before moving to Alaska during the Gold Rush. Failing as a miner, Lauritz met the well established Alaskan artist, Sydney Laurence. In 1919, Lauritz made his final move to Los Angeles, where he taught at the Chouinard and Otis Art Institutes. Lauritz’s oeuvre includes deserts, portraits, landscapes and coastals.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Brigham Young University Museum
Springville Museum of Art, UT
Fleischer Museum of American Art