Greg Autry presents
JULIAN RITTER

Greg Autry presents
JULIAN RITTER

Julian Ritter painting a model in a red dress

Welcome to the Julian Ritter website
Celebrating the life and art of Julian Ritter (1909 – 2000) — hosted by Greg Autry

I was a friend and patron of Julian’s, as well as a collector. I own a substantial collection of his best paintings, including those I purchased from Julian, commissioned him to paint, and purchased from the Howard Hughes estate, now known as the “Silver Slipper Collection.”

I do appraisals, sales, authentications, and consultations. I am also in the process of writing a book entitle The Life and Art of Julian Ritter, which is on the second draft, at about 800 pages and 34 chapters.

Please click on the appropriate links to find out more about Appraisal and others services, as well as a `goFundme’ Campaign, regarding `The Book,’ which is now in the final stages. If you wish to contribute to the campaign, I welcome your support. I believe Julian’s story and his art deserve to be in the conversation about great art.

I encourage your comments and shares on social media, and welcome your participation and interest in Julian and his work. If you are interested in participating on an interim and intern basicm, I welcome people with skills in social media, blogs, graphic design, computer skills, and writers.

Welcome to the Julian Ritter website
Celebrating the life and art of Julian Ritter (1909 – 2000) — hosted by Greg Autry

I was a friend and patron of Julian’s, as well as a collector. I own a substantial collection of his best paintings, including those I purchased from Julian, commissioned him to paint, and purchased from the Howard Hughes estate, now known as the “Silver Slipper Collection.”

I do appraisals, sales, authentications, and consultations. I am also in the process of writing a book entitle The Life and Art of Julian Ritter, which is on the second draft, at about 800 pages and 34 chapters.

Please click on the appropriate links to find out more about Appraisal and others services, as well as a `goFundme’ Campaign, regarding `The Book,’ which is now in the final stages. If you wish to contribute to the campaign, I welcome your support. I believe Julian’s story and his art deserve to be in the conversation about great art.

I encourage your comments and shares on social media, and welcome your participation and interest in Julian and his work. If you are interested in participating on an interim and intern basicm, I welcome people with skills in social media, blogs, graphic design, computer skills, and writers.

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