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  • Hardcover. Condition: Good. Photographs Throughout. (illustrator). 1st Edition. 134 Pp. Beige Cloth Spine / Beige Boards. Text In German, French And English. Undated But Circa 1914. Tourist Scenes And Street Scenes. Worn, Frays At Corners. Ornate, Very Large Bookplate Of Hollywood Artist And Art Director Jack Okey, Dated 1927, On Front Patedown.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Xii, 292 Pp. Light Wear, Gilt Bright, No Fraying. Red On White Linoleum-Block Bookplate Of Marie W Okey, Probably Designed And Printed By Her Husband Jack Okey; John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Okey, John Clark [Jack]

    Published by Los Angeles, 1930

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    No Binding. Condition: Fair. Original Artwork. Original Abstract Oil Painting On Board, 10"X10", Mounted On Wood Risers. Break/Tear In Board At Upper Right. One Of A Group Of His Paintings Which Okey Mounted On The Walls Of His Art Studio In His Home In Los Angeles Circa 1920-1940, Most With His Name Stamp (As This One), And Most With Pencil Markings On The Back. John Clark "Jack" Okey (1889 ? 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Plein Air Painter J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20'S He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There And In Europe. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director ( Until His Retirement In 1959). In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

  • Hamilton, Louis [Bookplate Of John Clark "Jack" Okey]

    Published by Verlag Ernst Wasmuth A. G., Berlin, Germany,, 1926

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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Book is in very good condition.

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    Embossed Wrappers. Condition: Very Good +. Photographs (illustrator). First Edition. Clean, Light Edge Wear, Very Good +. Name Stamps Of Hollywood Art Director Jack Okey . John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Hamilton, Louis [Bookplate Of John Clark "Jack" Okey]

    Published by Verlag Ernst Wasmuth A. G., Berlin, Germany, 1926

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    Green Cloth. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. I-Xxxv, 286 Pages Of Full-Page Photographs. Photograph Captions In German, English, French, And Italian. This Copy With The Signatures And Large, Elaborate Self-Designed Bookplate Of John "Jack" Okey;John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Gilt Lettering On Cover Bright, Green Cloth Faded On Spine But Gilt Lettering Still Bright. Fraying At Top Of Spine With Some Loss Of Cloth, Otherwise Whole. Endpapers Show Some Aging. Internally A Fine Copy.

  • Hielscher, Kurt [Prefatory Note By Gerhart Hauptmann]( John Clark "Jack" Okey Bookplate)

    Published by Verlag Ernst Wasmuth / Orbis Terrarum, Berlin, 1924

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    Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Photographs By Hugo Brehme (illustrator). First Edition. 303 Pp. Fine Reproductions Of Photographs By Hielscher. A Clean, Unmarked Copy Inside. Cloth Worn, Fraying At Bottom And Top Of Spine, Binding Solid. Page 125 Torn Across, Without Loss But Almost Entirely Across The Illustrated Pages 125/126. Very Large And Elaborate Bookplate Of Hollywood Art Director Jack Okey, Dated 1927 In The Plate; John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Printed Boards. Condition: Very Good. First Edition, Ninth Thousand. 64 Pp + 64 Pp Catalogue At End. Clean, No Names, But With Emphasis Marks And A Few Comments Throughout, Apparently By Jack Okey, From Whose Library This Book Came. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Okey, John Clark [Jack]

    Published by Los Angeles, 1930

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original Artwork. Original Oil Painting On Board, 4" X 4". One Of A Group Of His Paintings Which Okey Mounted On The Walls Of His Art Studio In His Home In Los Angeles Circa 1920-1940, Most With His Name Stamp (But Not This One), And Most With Pencil Markings On The Back. John Clark "Jack" Okey (1889 ? 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Plein Air Painter J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20'S He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There And In Europe. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director ( Until His Retirement In 1959). In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

  • John Clark "Jack" Okey

    Published by Los Angeles Circa 1935, 1935

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    No Binding. Condition: Fine. Original Artwork. Original Drawing By Hollywood Art Director John Okey, Made To Accompany A Gift To His Son Horace. The Senior Okey Is Best Known As Art Director Of The Movie "It's A Wonderful Life", But Had A Long And Varied Career In The Movies And As A Studio Designer.

  • Okey, John Clark [Jack]

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 7 1/8" X 6", With Very Wide Margins, Annotated "Tovil" In Okey's Handwriting. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Rupp, August, Geleitwort Von Hans Leip [Bookplate Of John Clark "Jack" Okey]

    Published by Albertus-verlag, Berlin, 1927

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    Orange Cloth. Condition: Very Good. B/W Photographs (illustrator). First Edition. Orange Cloth. First Edition. Some Wear With Light Fraying At Top And Bottom Of Spine; Spine Faded, Lettering Weak, Cover Lettering Bright, Strong. Hinges Tight. Large, Detailed, Highly Original Bookplate Of Jack Okey, His Design, Dated 1927; John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Okey, John Clark

    Published by John Clark Okey, 1920

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Original Photographs. Photographs From Estate Of Art Director John Clark Okey (1889-1963). Photographs Of Family, And Of Interior And Exterior Of His Home In Los Angeles.

  • John Clark "Jack" Okey

    Published by John Clark Okey, Los Angeles Circa 1924, 1924

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Large Original Tissue Architectural Drawing For A Shooting Box Designed For Scott Beal. Multi-Folded. Some Wear With Light Fraying. Scott Rathbone "Scotty" Beal (1890 ? 1973) Was A Film Assistant Director. Born In Quinnesec, Michigan, He Began His Career As An Actor In 1915, Before Switching To The Other Side Of The Camera The Following Year. He Also Occasionally Doubled Up As A Production Manager And A Cinematographer. As An Assistant Director, He Worked On Tod Browning's Dracula (1931) And Robert Florey's Murders In The Rue Morgue' (1932). [See Wikipedia]. The Son Of Director Frank Beal And Actress Louise Lester, Scott Beal Was Born In Quinnesec, Michigan. After Gaining Some Experience As A Stage Actor, He Headed To California To Break Into The Film Industry. Although He Did Find A Few Jobs As An Actor, Most Of His Work Was Behind The Camera, As An Assistant Director, Camera Operator And Director. He Found His Niche As An Assistant Director, However, And Spent The Majority Of His Career In That Field, Gaining A Reputation As One Of The Most Respected A.D.S In The Business. He Received An Academy Award As Best Assistant Director In 1932, And Was Nominated For Another In 1935. [See Imdb]. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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    Beige Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Advance Copy. It Is Probable That This Dummy Of Wister's Book Was Mailed To Either Jack Okey Or To Stanton Macdonald Wright For A Design For The Center Of The Cover And For Illustrations Covers Have Lettering And Borders As On First Edition, But Lacking The Ornamental Design At The Center, With A Printed R At The Lower Left And Right Of The Inner Border, Lacking In The Published Cover. There Are No Illustrations In The Book. The Title Page Does Not Mention An Illustrator, And The Copyright Page Reads "Published , 1911", Lacking The Month Of Publication. The Immediate Next Page Is P. 33 Of Sheets Of The Virginian [By Wister], Continuing To P. 48, The Rest Of The Pages Of The Book Being Without Printing. The Book Has The Ownership Signature Of Artist And Movie Art Director John Clark "Jack" Okey. There Follow Several Pages Written In Okey's Hand: There Is A Page With A Handwritten Paragraph: "Big Thoughts Are Like A Cool Clear Stream That Runs Down Through The Canyons Of Your Brains From Some Undiscovered Crevis [Sic] Or Spring And Flows Out Into The Sunlight From A Great Range Of Rugged Cold Dark Mountains. Sometimes That Stream Is Evaporated As Soon As It Comes Into The Sun-Shine Some Go And Grow Larger And Larger But Usually Sink Back Again Into The Cold Granite So Far From The Sea." The Next Pages Copy Out "Song Against Women", Two Pages, Noted As By Willard Hunting [Sic] Wright. [Wright Is Better Known As S S Van Dine, And He Published This Poem In Smart Set, It Being Anthologized By 1913. Wright Came With His Family To Santa Monica, California In 1900; His Brother Stanton Macdonald Wright Traveled To Paris With Okey In 1909 To Attend Art School. Willard Wright Went To New York In 1911, Where He Became Editor Of Smart Set, And Where He Published "Modern Painting" (1915]; Stanton Wright Did A Portrait Of Him Circa 1913-1914, And Later Returned To California, Where He Was Active In The Wpa Art Project In The Nineteen Thirties. Jack Okey Was Art Director Of The 1934 Movie Of Wright/ Van Dine's "The Dragon Murder Case." ]The Next Two Pages Are An Essay, Beauty. Beauty Or The Beautiful, Has No Sex, No Meaning It Is A Thing By Its Self - Apart From Any Other Phase Of Life, It Mayoccur In A Thousand Ways And In As Many Places. It May Be An Accident Of Nature Or A Creature Of Mans Poetry, Music, Painting, Sculpture. It May Come Upon Us When We Least Expect It Or We May Have To Seek It For Years With An Expert Eye. It May Be Man Or Beast, Thought Or Simplicity, Field Or Sky, Sound Or Silence Or All Of Them. It May Be But One Line Among A Myriad Upon Some Etching. It May Be But One Cord [Sic] In A Great Symphonic Poem - It May Be But The Linking Of A Few Words Together Or The Relatrive Value Of Two Small [Undecipherable] Of Color On A Large Canvas. Or A Wonderfully Rought [Sic] Section Of Some Great Statuary. It Is Here There Everywhere If We Only Have The Faculty And Ability And Sympathy To See. Feel Or Hear Or Even Smell It. The Sun, Day, Life Motion Or A Silent Night May Hold It All For Us And It All Depends Upon Us, Our Frame Of Mind Or Mood." "Sadness Makes My Thoughts Wander Out Into The Night Light." "We Slide Into The Land Of Sleep On Moonbeams." The Next Two Pages Hold A Quote From Pater's The Renaissance": "For Her I Would Build With My Own Hands A House So Beautiful That Only The Beautiful Would Dare To Enter In" Etc.The Next Page Is A Long Quotation From Out There Somewhere By Henry Herbert Knibbs. The Remaining Pages Are Blank.

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 7 1/8" X 6", With Very Wide Margins, Annotated "Tovil" In Okey's Handwriting. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 6 3/4"X 5 1/4", With Very Wide Margins, Signed In Okey's Handwriting. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Illustrator(s).

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 6 3/4"X 5 1/4", With Very Wide Margins, With Pencil Annotation "1-5". John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 6 3/4"X 5 1/4", With Very Wide Margins, With Pencil Annotation "1-12". John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 11 1/4" X 4 1/4", With Very Wide Margins. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • Okey, John Clark [Jack]

    Published by California Circa 1920, 1920

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 6 3/4"X 5 1/4", With Very Wide Margins, Annotated In Pencil "3-1". John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Illustrator(s).

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 8 1/2" X 5 1/2"", With Very Wide Margins. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Illustrator(s).

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    Published by Los Angeles, 1930

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original Artwork. Original Oil Painting On Board, 10 1/8" X 7 1/2". One Of A Group Of His Paintings Which Okey Mounted On The Walls Of His Art Studio In His Home In Los Angeles Circa 1920-1940, Most With His Name Stamp (But Not This One), And Most With Pencil Markings On The Back. John Clark "Jack" Okey (1889 ? 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Plein Air Painter J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20'S He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There And In Europe. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director ( Until His Retirement In 1959). In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

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    Published by Los Angeles, 1930

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original Artwork. Original Abstract Oil Painting On Board, 7" X 5 1/2". One Of A Group Of His Paintings Which Okey Mounted On The Walls Of His Art Studio In His Home In Los Angeles Circa 1920-1940, Most With His Name Stamp (As This One), And Most With Pencil Markings On The Back. John Clark "Jack" Okey (1889 ? 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Plein Air Painter J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20'S He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There And In Europe. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director ( Until His Retirement In 1959). In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

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    Published by Los Angeles, 1930

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original Artwork. Original Abstract Oil Painting On Board, 13 3/4" X 8", Mounted On Wood Risers. One Of A Group Of His Paintings Which Okey Mounted On The Walls Of His Art Studio In His Home In Los Angeles Circa 1920-1940, Most With His Name Stamp (As This One), And Most With Pencil Markings On The Back. John Clark "Jack" Okey (1889 ? 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Plein Air Painter J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20'S He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There And In Europe. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director ( Until His Retirement In 1959). In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944; His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

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    Published by Jack Okey, 1910

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    Single Sheet. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 13.8 X 17.5 Cm, With Wide Margins, Annotated "Umbria" In Okey's Handwriting. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

  • John Clark "Jack" Okey

    Published by United Studios, Los Angeles, 1924

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Large Original Tissue Architectural Drawings, 1/2" = 1', For A Set For Movie "Belongings", Produced By M. C. Levee's United Studios. John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life". Signed by Author(s).

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    Published by California Circa 1920, 1920

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Engraving. Image Size 6 3/4"X 5 1/4", With Very Wide Margins, With Pencil Annotation "1-14". John Clark "Jack" Okey (June 3, 1889 ? January 8, 1963) Was An American Art Director. He Was Raised In Los Angeles And Attended The Harvard School For Boys. After Leaving, He Was Given Instruction In Art By His Uncle, The California Artist, J. Bond Francisco. While He Was In His Early 20S, He Traveled To Paris With His Friend Stanton Macdonald Wright, And Spent Several Years There Studying Art. Around The Time Of His Marriage In 1913, He Became Involved In The Nascent Film Industry In The Los Angeles Area And Was Involved In The Design And Construction Of Some Of The Earliest Studios There. He Continued In The Film Industry As An Art Director Until His Retirement In 1959. In The Mid-1930S He Spent Several Years In England Working For Alexander Korda, Designing Studios For Him. After His Return To The United States, He Spent The Remainder Of His Active Career Working For Rko. He Was Nominated For Two Academy Awards For Art Direction, 1929 And 1944, But His Best Known Film Is "It'S A Wonderful Life".

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    Published by Los Angeles Circa 1950, 1950

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    No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Original Artwork. Original Oil On Board, 9 1/2" X 7 1/2", In Artist's Handmade Frame Backing. From Estate Of Hollywood Art Director John Okey, And With His "Okey" Stamp At Lower Left Corner. One Of A Series Of Similar Designs With His Hand Made 1" Deep Frame Backing, And Name Stamp, Many Of Which Have A 1950 Date. Jack Okey Is Best Known As Art Director Of The Movie "It's A Wonderful Life", But Had A Long And Varied Career In The Movies And As A Studio Designer. Signed by Illustrator(s).

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    No Binding. Condition: Very Good. Original Artwork. Original Oil On Board, 16" X 7", In Artist's Handmade Frame Backing. From Estate Of Hollywood Art Director John Okey, And With His "Okey" Stamp At Lower Left Corner. One Of A Series Of Similar Designs With His Hand Made 1" Deep Frame Backing, And Name Stamp, Many Of Which Have A 1950 Date. Jack Okey Is Best Known As Art Director Of The Movie "It's A Wonderful Life", But Had A Long And Varied Career In The Movies And As A Studio Designer. Signed by Illustrator(s).