ART OF THE COWBOY
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"