Vintage, autograph letter, 1 page, October 2, 1952. Van Nuys, California, 7 1/2" x 10 1/2".
Ryman mentions Los Angeles art dealer Earl L. And his work on the film The Robe. Promoting California Impressionism, modern and pre-Columbian art. Herbert "Herb" Dickens Ryman was an American artist who worked in watercolor, oils, and pen and ink. He was a personal friend of Walt Disney and went to work for Disney in 1938 when such full.Length animated films as Pinocchio , Dumbo and Fantasia were in the planning stages. In 1953 he drew the. Illustrations of Walt Disney's vision of a theme park that eventually became Disneyland. Design pictures for MGM and 20th Century Fox during Hollywood's golden age. Born: 1910, Vernon, Illinois; died: 1989, Los Angeles, California.
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