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William Lumpkins (1909-2000)

Artist and architect William Lumpkins was born at the Rabbit Ears Ranch near Clayton, New Mexico, in 1909 the son of a pioneer family. When his family relocated to the Roswell area, he met two men who would become mentors to him: artist Peter Hurd and writer Paul Horgan. In 1929, Lumpkins took painting classes from artist Neil Hogner and architect Irwin Parsons at the University of New Mexico alongside other young modern artists, including Cady Wells and Andrew Dasburg. In 1934, Lumpkins received his degree in architecture from USC, and began work as a junior architect for the Works Project Administration, returning to Santa Fe in 1938. Upon his return, he befriended many of the early New Mexico modernists (Jozef Bakos, Willard Nash, B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Raymond Jonson) a group later to be considered the American heirs to “Russian Constructivism, Futurism, and the Bauhaus”. After World War II, he lived and worked as an architect and painter in La Jolla before returning with his wife and children to Santa Fe in 1967. Producing drawings for numerous homes in California and the Southwest, he published Modern Spanish Pueblo Homes in 1946, a book that established his leadership in this field of design. Over the next decade, he continued to explore adobe as a form and as a material, and his 1961 book La Casa Adobe became the noted book on the subject. In this publication and subsequent work in Pueblo-based architecture, one of Lumpkins’ efforts was to articulate in his designs the internal planning of residences to the needs of modern living while maintaining the elements and concepts of Pueblo design.

Partial List of Projects

Anthenaeum (1956)
1008 Wall Street

Black, William and Ruth Residence (1949-52)
9630 La Jolla Farms Road
*Now UC San Diego Geisel House AKA Chancellor's Residence

Lumpkins, William Residence (1955-56)
1723 Castellana Road

Lumpkins Office
7723 Fay Avenue, La Jolla

Private Residence (1960)
8931 Nottingham Place Residence

Private Residence (1964)
1020 La Jolla Rancho Road

Private Residence (1960)
8519 Boulder Drive, La Mesa

Rights, Dr. Clyde S. and Charlene Residence (1962)
5780 Rutgers Road, La Jolla
*Stuart Resor remodel (1973)
*Tucker Sadler remodel (1968)

Talbot, John Residence (ca. 1957)
1738 Castellana, La Jolla