Six woodblock prints by Richmond Kelsey with nautical and other themes.
Richmond Kelsey (1905-1987) began painting and exhibiting watercolors while studying art in Los Angeles during the 1930s.
After serving in World War II, he settled in Southern California and worked in the animated film business, producing watercolor
backgrounds for Walt Disney Studios and feature films and cartoons. In addition to his animation work and fine art watercolor
painting, Kelsey also illustrated eight children's stories for the Golden Book series and wrote and illustrated a book called
Good Enough Gismo.
0.9 linear feet
(1 flat oversize box)
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