Canadian painter and etcher Oliver Milburn died shortly after the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, where he had submitted one painting for the Art Competitions called The Home Team Wins. He worked as a jeweler in Canada until 1918 when he moved to Los Angeles. After becoming wealthy in the oil and homebuilding industries, Milburn studied art at the Chouinard and Otis Institutes. He mainly painted landscapes and village and town scenes.
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|1932 Summer||48||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Canada||Final Standings||AC||The Home Team Wins|