Art through the Generations - . . . from teacher to students
 
 
Art in the News
 
 
Esther Painter Hagstrom's granddaughter found dozens of newspaper articles in a manila envelope among her family's possessions. The featured topics of these yellowed news clippings were the teacher, her students and art in Coronado and San Diego. Because the articles are not labeled by date or publication, one can only speculate that most of them were written during the late 1940s.
 
Fine Arts Gallery tea reception
Fine Arts Gallery tea reception
Esther Painter Hagstrom, on the left, admires the decorations.
"Countryside," a watercolor of Esther Painter Hagstrom
"Countryside," a watercolor of Esther Painter Hagstrom
part of an exhibit in the Fine Arts Gallery in Mission Hills
Coronado Art Gallery gala
Coronado Art Gallery gala
"Spring," a watercolor of Esther Painter Hagstrom, is behind the two individuals on the right.
Preparing Coronado's 19th annual Flower Show
Preparing Coronado's 19th annual Flower Show
Esther Painter Hagstrom, seated on the right, is a volunteer.
John "Jack" Minchin in the news
John "Jack" Minchin in the news
One of Esther Painter Hagstrom's students continues with art after graduating from Coronado High School in 1948.
Hotel del Coronado's first "Costume Arts Ball"
Hotel del Coronado's first "Costume Arts Ball"
Esther Painter Hagstrom, standing on the left, advises her art students who will serve as hostesses.
Coronado Art Association tea
Coronado Art Association tea
Some of Esther Painter Hagstrom's art students will volunteer.
Art Association exhibit
Art Association exhibit
Esther Painter Hagstrom is chairman of exhibits.
Art Association meeting
Art Association meeting
Esther Painter Hagstrom was the guest speaker.
Notice of memorial service
Notice of memorial service
for Esther Painter Hagstrom
Memorial service held at Coronado High School
Memorial service held at Coronado High School
for Esther Painter Hagstrom
 
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