Mid Century Abstract Gouache Jo Landor

Mid Century Abstract Gouache Jo Landor

175.00

Josephine Martinelli Landor

Untitled

c. 1950's

Gouache on Paper

24 3/4" x 18 3/4", Unframed

Good Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history. Light foxing on outside edges. 

Mid century, gouache painting on paper. Attributed to Josephine Martinelli Landor, done in the 1950's. Jo's work was acquired from her own estate. Unframed measures 24 3/4" x 18 3/4". Light foxing on outside edges of image. Edges of paper are uneven.

Jo Landor (1918-2001)

A native of Madera in the San Joaquin Valley, Mrs. Landor studied art at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, where she was a student of her husband-to-be, Walter Landor. They were married for 55 years, until his death in 1995.

Together they formed Landor Associates, a firm that later designed the familiar logos for Coca-Cola, General Electric, Shell Oil, British Airways, Dole and General Motors' Saturn Corp.

In addition to her talent as a painter, Mrs. Landor served for more than 50 years as the artistic director for the Anna Halprin Dancer's Workshop, helping design the scenery and costumes worn by the dancers.

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Mid century, gouache painting on paper. Attributed to Josephine Martinelli Landor, done in the 1950's. Jo's work was acquired from her own estate. Unframed measures 24 3/4" x 18 3/4". Light foxing on outside edges of image. Edges of paper are uneven.

Good Condition - Minor wear consistent with age and history. Light foxing on outside edges. 

Jo Landor (1918-2001)

A native of Madera in the San Joaquin Valley, Mrs. Landor studied art at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, where she was a student of her husband-to-be, Walter Landor. They were married for 55 years, until his death in 1995.

Together they formed Landor Associates, a firm that later designed the familiar logos for Coca-Cola, General Electric, Shell Oil, British Airways, Dole and General Motors' Saturn Corp.

In addition to her talent as a painter, Mrs. Landor served for more than 50 years as the artistic director for the Anna Halprin Dancer's Workshop, helping design the scenery and costumes worn by the dancers.