Artwork from the early 40's. Charles SantellaDiana Netland
Charles Santella I would like to know which area did you find these in was it in the so calif area or north calif area or somewhere else? How nice of you to find them My Grandfather was a very good artist and made alot of people happy. He also had done some portraits of judges etc. I would not mind if you sent through an email some pictures of the paintings that you found. Just to look at them and to have more memories of him. Thanks for writing.
Landy art and personalDiana Netland
He worked with Milford Zornes they had become good friends and then lost contact. They used to go painting together all the time you can tell by the style of their work. They painted alot of scenes that are similar to each other. He also has his work at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas California and he is going to be having his art soon at the Riverside Municipal Museum. We donated a lithograph block to them that he had done. As far as we know he did not do silk screening. His work did look like it was a silk screen but we did not find any materials that would have suggested that he did that. sorry. We can identify the date of the paintings by the signature.
Art Landyjackie castleman
Did this artist do any silkscreen work? Thanks
art landydenise santschi
I am a granddaughter of Art Landy. Mother (deceased) was Daryl (landmesser,ashley,klein)I remember grandfathers work on the background on the woody woodpecker cartoons. He raised Irish setters in Van Nuys with my step grandmother. I,too, have many of his water color paintings,charcoal sketches and oil paintings all from the 1940's era. I live in Ohio. Please feel free to contact me. email@example.com
LandyDIANA C. NETLAND
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Art Landy paintingsDIANA C. NETLAND
We the granddaughters of Art Landy Have many of his paintings and prints and sketches on hand If anyone is interested please contact Lenzdeb@aol.com
Art LandyDIANA C. NETLAND
He was a well known watercolor artists in the 30's and 40's he also did some oils though he preferred water. He was a teacher at Long Beach college.He made his own lithograph blocks. Then went to work for Walt Disney did the animation, and left there to get the credits from Walter Lantz did the backgrounds and settings, where he stayed until he retired. He continued painting until the time of his death in 1977.