This late 20th century charcoal landscape drawing is by Los Angeles artist, violin prodigy, and actor Schuyler Standish (1927-2010). As a child actor, Standish had roles in several Hollywood films during the early 1940s. During WWII, Standish entertained troops during WWII in Bobby Byrne's band. He was an art teacher in Los Angeles for thirty years and exhibited at the Falk-Raboff Gallery in L.A (1954), LACMA (1959), and the Riverside Art Museum (2010).
Late 20th Century Charcoal on Paper 19.25"x21.5"framed, 9"x9.5" unframed
Signed lower left. Excellent vintage condition. Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a grooved face and black finish using black archival matting behind conservation clear glass.