Lee Blair Gallery

LEE EVERETT BLAIR

(Mary's Husband)
1911 – 1993

Lee Blair earned early fame as a watercolorist, winning the Olympic Gold Medal for Watercolor in 1932. He worked at Disney Studios during the late 30’s and 40’s on various projects such as Pinocchio, Bambi, and Fantasia. His career took a different turn in the 50’s when he and a partner opened a successful film advertising business in New York City. Through the years, however, he continued to paint award-winning watercolors. Lee and Mary shared a passion for the sea and sailing, but it was Lee who continued to express this love throughout his life in much of his art. 

A wide variety of Lee's art (both giclees and originals) is now available through www.CaliforniaWatercolor.com.


LA BuildingsWoman IroningSanta Cruz PierSailboat on WaterLee Blair, Self PortraitSoquel Valley
Mary Holding CatMan In Striped RobeCalifornia Fields, White HorseMary by the SeaSoquel Valley ChurchWoman Ironing 2
Afternoon GolfBar Room BrawlBen Ali Gator from FantasiaBiking in the ParkCalifornia Beach SceneCamp
Gardening Hat and GlovesHome from the FieldsHorseback RidingMary and Gussie -- The TwinsOld MansionPainting in the Park
Sailfish on Vermont LakeThe ManicureTrain Above RoadWoman Pushing Baby Carriage