MENTOR HUEBNER (1917-2001)
Mentor Huebner was born in Los Angeles, CA on July 19, 1917. Huebner was active as an artist from the 1930s. He studied in the U. S. and Europe, worked as an illustrator for the motion picture studios, and taught at the AIC and Chouinard Art Institute. He died in Los Angeles on March 19, 2001. A Post-Impressionist, Huebners works include portraits, landscapes, and seascapes.
Exh: All-Calif. Show, 1939; Contemporary Gallery (LA), 1941; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1943; Chabot Gallery (LA), 1943, 1950; LA AA, 1945; Little Gallery (Glendale), 1949; LA County Fair, 1949.
Mentor Huebner works held in public places: Governor's Mansion and State Capitol (Sacramento); Cleveland Museum.
Mentor Huebner bio courtesy of Edan Hughes