George Milo (1909-1984) American
Medium: Oil on Board
Image Size: 42” x 30”
Frame Size: 50” x 38”
Signature: Signed Lower Right
George Milo Vescia b. 19 Dec 1909 New York, d. 19 Aug 1984 Los Angeles.
Known professionally as George Milo, he was a painter, set designer, set decorator, and art director whose extensive television and film credits span the decades from the 1940s through the 1970s, and include a long and illustrious association with director Alfred Hitchcock.
Milo worked on Hitchcock’s most acclaimed films, serving as the set decorator for The Birds (1963), Psycho (1960), Marnie (1964), and set designer for Torn Curtain (1966).
He was nominated for three Academy Awards in the category of Best Art Direction for his work on the films Psycho (1960), Judgement at Nuremberg (1961), and That Touch of Mink (1962).
Biography from Kelley Gallery – Pasadena
Artist Profile Page: Milo, George / Categories: Mod-Realist, Modernism, Regionalist (Urban)
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