Frederick Becker “Rocky Waterfall” P1084

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Great western landscape of a rocky waterfall in the mountains by the great Frederick Becker. Oil on board, Image is 15 x 12, with gold frame 24 x 21. Price on request. An itinerant artist, specializing in landscapes and murals, Frederick Becker was born in Vermillion, South Dakota, and lived in New York City, Oklahoma City, Texas, ...

Chas. Damrow Desert Landscape Oil on Board P1058

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A charmer: cacti and a sunset sky.   22"w x 19"h with frame; image is 18" x 15". Price on request.  Charles Damrow, Cowboy artist and painter of western Cowboy and Indian subject matter, established friendships with Indians, cowboy artists and Indian Traders of the Southwest.  He drifted between acclaim and obscurity and had associations and friendships ...

Joseph P. Frey “Western Landscape” P1054

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Joseph P. Frey "Western Landscape," verdant foothills making way for the craggy peaks beyond. Beautiful and quintessential western scene, probably California Sierra Nevada. Dated 1957. Oil on board, 24" x 18" image, with frame 30" x 24". Price on request. Artist bio: Joseph P. Frey was born in Walla Walla, Washington on October 17, 1892.  At age sixteen Frey ...

Lawrence Murphy “Horses” Litho P1010

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Lawrence Murphy signed lithograph of horses and riders. Matte frame is 16.5w x 15h, image itself is 11"w x 8"h. Price on request. Born in Denver in 1872, Lawrence Murphy grew up as the son of a wealthy banker who disinherited him after he chose an art career.  So he went to Paris -- where he studied ...

Hoyland Bettinger (1890-1950) “Cowboy” P952

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There's nothing we don't like about this painting, and that includes the frame. Fluent, full of movement and life and beautiful, beautiful color. Price on request. Hoyland B. Bettinger was born in Lima, NY on Dec. 1, 1890. Bettinger was a Massachusetts artist who lived in Newton Lower Falls and was director of the Hobby School there. ...

Frederic Watts Litho: Old California Country House P802

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Frederic Watts lithograph of country house, outbuildings and fence, dated 1936. 16.5"w x 11"high. Price on request. About the artist: Frederic Watts received his early education in his home state of Indiana. In college, he transferred from the University of Cincinnati to The Art Academy of Cincinnati as a scholarship student, where he studied painting under Frank ...

Edward Marion Langley “Desert Landscape” P796

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Edward Marion Langley "Desert Landscape" -- A wide expanse of the West, foothills and the towering peaks beyond. In the foreground, the river valley and the hard trees (Cottonwoods?) growing there. Small and delightful, a fine example of what Langley is best remembered for. 4 1/4" x 6 1/4". Price on request.   Edward Marion Langley (1870-1949) Born in ...

Sheryl Bodily “Stagecoach” P795

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Sheryl Bodily (b. 1936) is known for his signature western scenes, including Stagecoach depictions. Here a pair of drivers guide their mismatched team of horses through a western valley - perhaps it's the Santa Fe Trail, along a river bottom in the dry time of the year. Oil on board, 14"w x 11" high. Price on ...

Langdon Smith Illustration (Western Scene) P794

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Grayscale oil painting of a western horse and rider chase, breathtaking in its presence. The dust is kicked up; you are there. You can almost hear the hoofbeats on the sod and the shouts of the riders. Smith would have painted this for reproduction in a book or a newspaper/magazine. 13"w x 18" high. Price on ...

David Swing Pueblo Dwelling Miniature Oil On Board with Rustic Frame and Stand c 1920-30 P789

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Absolutely exquisite little painting. Perfectly framed. And we can't in good conscience separate it from the third and final perfection of the rustic stand. Painting in its frame, 7" wide x 5" high, stand is 12" long and  6" wide. About the Artist David Swing was one of Phoenix’s most prolific and best known artists in the 1920’s ...

Carved Wooden Low Relief Panel of a Cowboy Riding Hell-for-leather P772

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Astonishing piece of carving, huge amount of life in it: the rider has given the horse his head. Smaller riding figures give an added perspective. They're Indians all right. Beautiful work, full of action and drama. The artist-carver has used steel wire for reins. 9 1/4" x 11 1/2". Price on request.

C.R.Bone – Cowboys Corralling Cattle – Oil On Board P771

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C.R. Bone is the artist's name, signed on the back as well as in the painting ... and nothing about him (or her) comes up in our reference books or on the internet, which is actually a surprise, given the assured technique and verve of this very accomplished oil. It's a lovely piece of work. ...

David Stirling (1887-1971) Castle Butte Wyoming after a work by Thomas Moran Oil on Board 1922 P769

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Dave Stirling was a very successful, and personally popular, artist in Colorado. A notation on the back reads, "By Dave Sterling [sic] an old time friend of my Father's Hiram Rogers painted in 1922 {also an error] Eaton Colorado [signed] Betty Rogers Stockman". The artist's own notation on the back is more revealing : 'After ...

Oil on Canvas Cowboy by L. C. Fischer SOLD P059

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Fairly large oil on canvas of a Cowboy by L.C. Fischer. Frame measures 44" x 32", canvas 36" x 24". We're in love with this painting, its stylishness, its finesse, and its great playfulness especially: the trompe l'oeil frame on the canvas blends almost imperceptibly with its actual frame. A cool Mod take on the Wild Wild ...

Reynold Brown “Covered Wagon Leave-taking” P636

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A dynamic and animated scene of a family in a covered wagon getting under way to join a wagon train and leaving home, by one of America's most influential and admired illustrators. All the elements of story-telling are effortlessly put in play, every person is emotionally alive and engaged in their private drama... the new ...

Charles Payzant Watercolor, Double-sided: Cowboy on Winter Ranch/ Market Scene P586

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Generally acknowledged as one of America's most gifted watercolorists, Charles Payzant (1898-1980) made his own choice between the two by signing the Cowboy, whose restrained palette of brown and dun give it a special distinction, but we love the Market Scene too, with its almost Dufy-esque pops of color among the flowers and fruit. Artwork measures ...