Half-length portrait photograph of William Conselman wearing a striped button-down shirt and patterned necktie and seated on a wooden chair with one arm draped over the back. Probably in Will Connell's studio.
Advertising photomontage with a blindfolded woman among 7 giant bottles of milk, reaching out to one bottle. There are prize ribbons from the Los Angeles County Fair and a San Fernando Valley event on 2 Adohr milk bottles.
“Apparition over Los Angeles,” (1932) presents Sister Aimee McPherson, founder of the Four-Square Church in Echo Park, Los Angeles, nude in the sky flanked by her mother, also nude, and her husband, above angels, one in a high hat presiding over money-bag shaped clouds, with the Angelus Temple in Echo Park below. The painting is in a frame.
Stanley Reckless was born Stanley Zbytniewski. In 1913 he enrolled at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), studied under Daniel Garber. In 1915, 1916 he was awarded 2 Cresson Traveling Scholarships, and traveled to Paris, enrolling briefly at the Academie Julian. In 1920 he moved to Lumberville, Pennsylvania and started exhibiting at PAFA, the National Academy of Design, and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. In 1924 he settled in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where he painted the landscape and shared a studio with Charles Hargens. In 1930 he moved to California where he painted portraits of members of the film industry. He co-founded the Art Center School in Los Angeles.
Interior view of a room in the Pueblo Revival Style home of Carlos Vierra, with part of a fireplace on the left and a ceiling of massive wooden beams supported by wooden corbels and furnished with chairs and area rugs.
Interior view of a bedroom in the Pueblo Revival Style home of Carlos Vierra, with a ceiling of massive wooden beams and furnished with a chair, a bed and an area rug, and with a fireplace in the corner.