ART OF THE COW­BOY

Western Art Collector - - WESTERN ART TRAIL CALENDAR -

in sub­dued tones of dusty browns and grays, while Wieghorst’s Quit­ting the Herd is a lively piece, with a cow­boy in mid-ac­tion wran­gling a steer. Says Phil Berke­bile, owner of Great Amer­i­can West Gallery: Polzin’s work is “highly sought af­ter by West­ern art col­lec­tors” and Wieghorst is “con­sid­ered by many to be the best painter of horses in the 20th cen­tury.”

Cow­boy and West­ern art­work from a range of es­teemed artists will be a part of the Brian Lebel Old West Show & Auc­tion held on Jan­uary 26, 2019, in Mesa, Ari­zona, in­clud­ing Joe Beeler’s The Hun­gry Sign and Wieghorst’s Horse Ranch. Other West­ern artists of note in the sale in­clude May­nard Dixon, Ed Mell, Ed­ward Bor­ein, Ray Swan­son, Mar­jorie Reed and more.

38. Rush Cole Fine Art,Pale Run­ner, oil on can­vas,24 x 18", by Rush Cole.39. Su­san Tem­ple Neu­mann,Morn­ing Cross­ing, oil on linen, 24 x 30" 40. Su­san Tem­ple Neu­mann, Three Com­padres, oil on linen, 18 x 24"

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