Albert J Londraville: Japanesque Fantasy/Illustration (1963) P1487

Albert J Londraville "Japanesque" Fantasy/Illustration. Oil on board, unframed, 18 x 24. Biography of Albert J Londraville from the Archives of askART Scenic artist at MGM who attended Otis Art Institute and studied with Nicolai Fechin; An Exhibition of Paintings — Pastels — Drawings — Serigraphs by Albert Londraville, The Pasadena Art Museum, December 23 through January 22, ...

New Digs in Hollywood, Ca

Well its been a month!. We have moved into 3 new locations.As before everything is still online but the actual location of the items are now spread over 3 locations. Venice, Hollywood and Now Oxnard. At our Hollywood Office/ Showroom we stroll have the best of the best in Pottery, Tile ,Vintage Mexican Silver, Art, ...

Ponderosa Reno Casino Architectural Original Rendering P1470

A fantastic Original 1960's Architectural Rendering of the Ponderosa Casino Hotel. 30 x 40. Watercolor ink on board with Metallic Acetate Overlay. In rather great shape. A little History below. RENO— In a city where gaudy neon advertises potential pleasures at every turn, the Ponderosa Casino has only one neon sign. Its message: ''No smoking.'' The ...

Ernest Smythe Rare Original Cartoon cell Tom and Jerry P1472

Here we have a rare original Animation cell from the hand of Ernest Smythe . Purchased from his Grand Daughter recently. There are no real good bios and we are working on with the family. So according to family he came to the states before the Great war to New York and began working at ...

Robert F Boyle Wilshire Blvd Temple 1933 Regional Watercolor P1463

Robert F Boyle Production designer extroidinaire. Started his long Hollywood career by studying architecture and art and the Pasadena Art College in the early 1930's There he met lifelong friend Boris Levin and they painted regional watercolors all over the area. From Chavez Ravine to Beaumont. From Wilshire Boulevard to Old Mexico. These early watercolors ...

Carl Hugo Beetz “Billie the kid” P1468

Billie the kid by Carl Hugo Beetz really captures the moment. Black and white. Ink, watercolor and pencil give this Illustration depth and 30's toughness. A painter and printmaker, Carl Beetz is known for his watercolor regionalist and social-real scenes of poverty stricken people such as figures in pool halls, at the race track, etc. He ...

Carl Hugo Beetz Jockeys in the Locker room Oil on Board P1467

Carl Beetz seems to paint and illustrate with great humor and here we have Jockeys in the Locker room. Large in scale Recently cleaned. Circa 1935. A painter and printmaker, Carl Beetz is known for his watercolor regionalist and social-real scenes of poverty stricken people such as figures in pool halls, at the race track, etc. ...

Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977) Southern Pacific Daylight Photographic Poster Mockup Circa 1936 AP608

From the Sam Hyde Harris Estate we have the only surviving color mock up of the famous Daylight Train run by Southern Pacific Lines. Sam Hyde Harris today mostly known for his lovely desert and lush Pasadena Plein Air paintings was a highly regarded commercial artist from 1905-1950 and executed many posters for the famous ...

Andy Zermeno: Old West Funeral Procession P1452

Drawing, pen and ink, of an old west funeral procession. Signed, Andy Zermeno. 20 x 15. Andy Zermeño was born in Salinas, California and grew up in an agricultural working class neighborhood. He graduated high school in 1954 and was awarded a scholarship to attend the California College of Arts and Crafts. Four years later after ...

Sam Hyde Harris Union Pacific Excursions Advertising Maquette Sketch (1930s) P1420

The great Sam Hyde Harris, simultaneously the doyen of California plein air painters and a pioneering giant of advertising art on the West Coast, produced this unerringly executed sketch for a Union Pacific ad campaign. The vignettes of the destinations vie with the beautifully executed lettering for pride of place in this pleasure filled drawing. 43" x 13.5" ...

Vernon Morse WWII Original Art for Propaganda Poster P1395

This is happy propaganda, so radiant and confident one can almost believe the war was won on attitude. Good, that is. In fact it was won by sheer superiority in resources and manufacturing and a huge war effort on the part of the civilian populations as well as the military. This now exists as a ...

Richard MacDonald Production Gouache for “The Day Of the Locust” 1974 P1298

Richard MacDonald was a storied production designer, and, as this terrific gouache attests, a very fine painter. Executed for the 1975 film of The Day of the Locust, this production sketch for the film's set design captures the scene of a premiere at Grauman's and the atmosphere of 1930s Movieland with the very mixture of romance and realism ...