Portrait of Sumner Hunt, collection of the Los Angeles Country Club. Sumner Hunt ( 1865 – 1938) was a prominent architect in Los Angeles from 1889 to the 1930s. One of his early projects in Los Angeles was to design the Bradbury Building in 1893 when he had moved to his own practice. During his partnership at the firm Hunt, Eager and Burns in 1911, he designed the Los Angeles Country Club. This commissioned painting, completed in September now hangs in the recently renovated entrance of the building. The portrait commission was arranged through my gallery American Legacy Fine Arts.