Horseless Carriage Days By BEN SHARPSTEEN
After retiring from Disney Studios and moving to the family property in Calistoga, Ben Sharpsteen took up oil painting (1965-1975) and produced 19 illustrations depicting his boyhood memories of the advent of the automobile. These were used as covers for the Horseless Carriage Club Gazette. 11”x17” full color glossy reproductions of these paintings, suitable for framing, are available for purchase exclusively from the Sharpsteen Museum, founded by Ben and Bernice Sharpsteen and opened in 1978. We hope you can visit this museum of Calistoga and the Upper Napa Valley history when in the area. Open daily 11am-4pm.
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