Vertigo (1958). Often cited as HItchcock's greatest film, The production design by Henry Bumstead and Hal Pereira includes gorgeous paintings of the tower sequence and other key scenes. To be honest, it's often difficult to identify the production artist when fragmentary boards are found. Sometimes the work is signed or as is the case with Harold Michelson, the drawing style is unique. The following boards appear to be by Bumstead, however, further research is needed. In any case, Henry Bumstead was the production designer and responsible for overseeing the production art.