(1911 - 1993)
Lee Everett Blair was active/lived in California, New York. Lee Blair is known for genre, landscape, still life.
Self-portrait of the artist wearing a red sweater on his shoulders standing before a mirror
Biography Lee Blair
Born in Los Angeles, Lee Blair became a recognized fine artist and also
an industry leader in animation and film production. He studied
at the Chouinard Art Institute with Pruett Carter, Edward Adams, and
Lawrence Murphy, the latter whom he credited with influencing him the
most with life drawing classes. In 1931, he joined the California
Watercolor Society, which he served two terms as President beginning
when he was age 23. At the 1932 Olympic Games, he won a gold
medal in the International Art Competition.
In 1934, he
married Mary Robinson, also a student at Chouinard and a member of the
California Water Color Society. He worked at the animation studio
of U.B. Iwerk and designed "Flip the Frog" c
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