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Frank Harmon Myers Biography

Born in Cleves, OH, Myers was a student of Frank Duveneck at the Cincinnati Art Academy followed by training at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and in France at the School of Fine Arts at Fontainbleau. For 23 years he was a member of the faculty of the Cincinnati Art Academy. He made his first visit to the Monterey Peninsula while on summer vacation in 1922.  Moving permanently to Pacific Grove in 1940, Myers was an active member of the local art community, serving on art juries and exhibiting at major California and southwestern museums until his death in San Francisco in 1956.