Weaver, Harold "Buck" 1899-1961
Weaver maintained his home and studio in San Francisco where he met Maynard Dixon who became a lifelong friend and mentor. He also worked with Edgar Payne in Laguna Beach where he learned to make picture frames. Weaver mostly painted landscapes and spent time in the Sierra Nevada and the deserts of Arizona and Utah. In 1946 he (along with Edith Hamlin and Ray Strong) assisted Maynard Dixon in the execution of Dixon’s final mural, commissioned for the Los Angeles ticket office of the Santa Fe Railway.