Pauline Vinson Biography

Pauline Vinson



Pauline Vinson was born in Orange, CA on June 23, 1915. Vinson later resided in San Francisco, California in the 1930s. She was well established in book illustrating, and she used watercolors to illustrate books such as, Festivals in San Francisco in 1939, Around the World in San Francisco in 1940, and Hilltop Russians in San Francisco in 1941. In the early 1940s she moved to New York City to illustrate children's books for MacMillan Company.

Vinson exhibited at the De Young Museum, San Francisco, California in 1939.