Landscapist and wildlife illustrator, started his art career early in life. He had already received a two-year scholarship to the California School of Fine Art by age twelve. Galli was raised in California but also spent time in Nevada while growing up. In his work, he depicted scenes of California and realistic wildlife illustrations. Many of his illustrations appeared in publications such as; "Country Gentlemen," "Sports Afield," "Reader's Digest," "True," "Saturday Evening Post" and "McCalls." His designs for twenty-six postage stamps were among the most popular for the years he created them for the United States Post Office. Galli resides in Kentfield, California and has also been known to spend time in his studio in Tuscany, Italy.
Title- Brown Fox
Medium- Acrylic On Board
Size- 14"x 20"
Exposure- Fawcett 70's Paperback, Cover