Dusso "Urn" oil on board - Painter featured in movies & TV shows Leon D'Usseau
Leon "DUSSO" D'Usseau (1918-1991) was born in Los Angeles and began drawing seriously at age 12. By age 15, he'd received a working scholarship to Chouinard School of Art in LA. Eventually, he worked 8 years as a makeup artist for MGM before leaving due to his "growing need for deeper personal expression." He has shown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and hangs in a permanent collection at the Dallas Museum. His works have been used in movies such as "Man in the Grey Flannel Suit" and "Anything Goes" as well as TV series like "Perry Mason." This original Dusso measures approx 24 x 11.5 inches unframed but comes to you as originally framed as shown. It dates to circa 1960s/1970s. A letter of authentication is attached to the back of the work.