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A Tradition In Texas Art Since 1996

DAVID DIKE FINE ART TEXAS ART AUCTION Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 12 Noon CST


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A Tradition In Texas Art Since 1996

DAVID DIKE FINE ART TEXAS ART AUCTION Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 12 Noon CST Wildman Art Framing 1715 Market Center Boulevard Dallas, Texas 75207 •

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF AUCTION The following, as amended by any posted notices, specific bills of sale or similar instruments relating to a transaction or oral announcements during the sale, constitutes the entire terms and conditions on which property listed in the catalogue shall be offered for sale or sold by Murad Auctions, the auctioneer conducting the sale on behalf of any consignor for whom we act as agent. DDFAA (as subsequently defined) is not an auctioneer and is not conducting the auction or arranging any resulting transaction. In these Conditions of Sale, “We” and “Our” refer to Murad Auctions. 1. As used herein the term “bid price” means the price at which a lot is sold to the purchaser and the term “purchase price” means The aggregate of (a) the bid price, (b) A PREMIUM PAYABLE BY THE PURCHASER OF 20% of the hammer price (or 25% if bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com online) and (c) unless the purchaser is exempt by law from the payment thereof, any Texas or local sales tax (or compensating use tax of another state) and applicable taxes. Murad Auctions has been authorized by the consignor to retain, as part of our remuneration, the premium payable by the purchaser. 2. On the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, the highest bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the offered lot, and title to the lot shall pass to the purchaser, in accordance with all of the conditions set forth herein and thereupon the purchaser (a) assumes full risk and responsibility therefore (b) if requested will sign a confirmation of purchase, and (c) will pay the purchase price in full in cash for all lots purchased. To prevent misdelivery and inconvenience in settlement of a purchase, no lot may be transferred. All property shall be removed from our premises at the purchaser’s expense immediately following the sale. If not so removed we may, as an accommodation to the purchaser, transfer the property to a public warehouse or other premises under our control or the control of DDFAA at the purchaser’s sole risk and expense. Each sale made pursuant to these Conditions of Sale will be deemed to constitute a grant of security interest by the purchaser to us in, and we may retain as collateral security for the purchaser’s obligations to us or our assignee, any of the purchaser’s property in our possession, and we may apply against such obligations all monies held or received by us for the account of, or owing to, the purchaser. Each purchaser consents to the filing of public notices or our lien. Whenever the purchaser pays only a part of the total purchase price for one or more lots purchased, we may apply such payments, in our sole discretion, to the lot or lots we choose. Payment will not be deemed made in full until we have collected all amounts due in cash or good funds represented by cleared checks or cashier checks. If the foregoing conditions or any other applicable conditions herein are not complied with, in addition to other remedies available to us and the consignor by law, including but without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the purchase price, we at our option may either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or b) resell the property with a three day notice to the original defaulting purchaser, and in such event the purchaser shall be liable for the payment of any deficiency plus all costs and expenses of both sales, our commission at our standard rates, all other charges due hereunder, attorney’s fees and incidental damages; or (c) take any measures it deems necessary. If Murad Auctions must resell the property, the original defaulting purchaser will be held responsible for any deficiencies in the purchase price, including any and all associated expenses including reasonable attorney’s fees, warehousing, commissions or any other costs associated with the default. No actions by us or any third party before or after the auction shall be deemed a waiver of any of the foregoing. 3. We reserve the right to withdraw any property at any time before the actual sale. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer at the time of sale, all bids are per lot as numbered in the catalogue and no lot shall be divided for sale. 4. The auction will be conducted by Louis Murad TXS 13362. We reserve the right to reject any bid 2

from any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event of any dispute between bidders, or in the event the auctioneer doubts the validity of any bid, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sales records shall be conclusive in all respects. 5. If we are prevented by fire, theft or any reason whatsoever from delivering any property to the purchaser, our liability shall be limited to the sum actually paid therefore by the purchaser and shall in no event include any incidental or consequential damages. 6. Some lots are offered subject to a “reserve,” which is an undisclosed minimum price below which the lot will not be sold. If a lot is offered subject to a reserve, the auctioneer may implement such reserve by bidding on behalf of the consignor, whether by opening bidding or continuing bidding in response to other bidders until reaching the reserve. 7. ALL STATEMENTS CONTAINED OR IN ANY BILL OF SALE, INVOICE OR ELSEWHERE, OR MADE BY THE AUCTIONEER, AS TO AUTHORSHIP, PERIOD, CULTURE, SOURCE, ORIGIN, MEASUREMENT, QUALITY, RARITY, PROVENANCE, IMPORTANCE, EXHIBITION AND LITERATURE OF HISTORICAL RELEVANCE OR PHYSICAL CONDITION ARE QUALIFIED STATEMENTS OR OPINION AND NOT REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES. WE AND CONSIGNORS MAKE NO REPRESENTATION AND WARRANTIES AS TO WHETHER THE PURCHASER ACQUIRES ANY COPYRIGHTS, INC LU D I N G BU T N OT L I M I T E D TO , A N Y REPRODUCTION RIGHTS IN THE PROPERTY. No employee or other agent of Murad Auctions, the auctioneer, David Dike Fine Art, L.L.C., Dike Management, LLC, David Dike Fine Art Auction, David Dike Fine Art or of David Dike (collectively “DDFAA”) is authorized to make on behalf or that of the consignor any representation or warranty, oral or written, with respect to any property. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. THE PURCHASER EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL WE BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY COMPENSATORY, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT WILL OUR LIABILITY OR THE LIABILITY OF DDFAA TO A PURCHASER EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE ACTUALLY PAID. 8. All deliveries will be shipped COD unless otherwise agreed to by purchaser and Murad Auctions. If packing and handling of purchased lots is done by us, it is done at the entire risk of the purchaser. We are not liable for any acts or omissions of carriers or packers, including those we may recommend. Such carriers or packers may carry their own insurance and any claim for loss or damage should be addressed directly to them. No items will be shipped unless we specifically agree to do so. 9. Unless prior arrangements have been made with Murad Auctions, there may be a seven day waiting period if purchasing artwork with a personal or company check. To avoid delay of this sort, bidders are encouraged to prearrange check approval or establish a line of credit with Murad Auctions by calling (214) 720-4044 no later

than noon on Saturday, October 27, 2018. There will be no exceptions. Bank card purchases will be honored at our option. 10. These Conditions of Sale and the purchaser’s and our respective rights and obligations hereunder are governed by Texas law. By bidding at an auction, whether in person or by agent, telephone or other means, the purchaser or bidder agrees to be bound by these Conditions of Sale and to consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts of, and the federal courts sitting in, the State of Texas. All of our obligations under these Conditions of Sale and the obligations of purchaser to pay, are performable in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. 11. These Conditions of Sale shall bind the successors and assigns of all bidders and purchasers and inure to the benefit of our successors and assigns. No waiver, amendment or modification of the terms hereof (other than posted notices or oral announcements during the sale) shall bind us unless specifically stated in writing by us. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is for any reason invalid or unenforceable, the rest shall remain valid and enforceable. 12. As a service to those wishing to place bids, we may at our discretion accept bids without charge in advance of sale by telephone, or in writing on bidding forms available from us. “Buy” bids will not be acceptable; all bids must state the highest bid price the bidder is willing to pay. As noted above, a premium payable by the purchaser will be added to the bid price. In the event identical bids are submitted, the earliest will take precedence. Absentee bids shall be executed in competition with other absentee bids, any applicable reserve and bids from the audience. Successful absentee bids may not be acknowledged, but sale results and selling prices for any lot may be obtained by telephoning us during normal business hours. We assume no responsibility for failure to execute these bids for any reason whatsoever. 13. As a convenience to our clients, we furnish pre-sale estimates for all lots included in the catalogue. These are intended as an approximate guide to current market value, and should not be interpreted as a price or as an appraisal. The final bid may well be less or more than any estimate printed. 14. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED ABOVE, ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS-IS” AND NEITHER MURAD AUCTIONS, THE AUCTIONEER, DAVID DIKE, THE DAVID DIKE FINE ART AUCTION, DAVID DIKE FINE ART, L.L.C. OR DIKE MANAGEMENT LLC, NOR THE CONSIGNOR NOR THE AGENT OF ANY OF THEM MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIES, AS TO THE TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS OR CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY OR AS TO THE CORRECTNESS OF DESCRIPTION, GENUINENESS, ATTRIBUTION, PROVENANCE OR PERIOD OF THE PROPERTY OR AS TO WHETHER THE PURCHASER ACQUIRES ANY COPYRIGHTS OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN LOTS SOLD OR AS TO WHETHER A WORK OF ART IS SUBJECT TO THE ARTIST’S MORAL RIGHTS OR OTHER RESIDUAL RIGHTS OF THE ARTIST. 15. All rights to this catalogue are reserved. Some of the images may be the subject of copyright or other rights of the artist or owner. No part of this catalogue may be reproduced without permission.


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1. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

A Portfolio of Eight Paintings, I Blaffer Series of Southwestern Art, 1958 folio of prints 18 x 17 $200 - $400

2. JOSE VIVES ATSARA (Am. 1919-2004)

Book: His Life and His Art, copy 3079 book signed: JVS & Nancy Glass West $300 - $600

2 3. FRANK REAUGH (Am. 1860-1945)

– Prose Sketches to Accompany Series of Paintings: A. 24 Hours with the Herd 6 1/2 x 9 1/2; and B. Paintings of the Southwest by Frank Reaugh 9 x 6 $300 - $600 PAIR OF BOOKS

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4. STEVE O. BLACK (Am. 20th Cent.)

Self Portrait #2 colored pencil signed across bottom: Self Portrait #2, St O. Black 1984 $800 - $1,200

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6 5. JAMES SWANN (Am. 1905-1985)

Walnut Hill Lane etching 4 x 5 7/8 signed across bottom: Walnut Hill Lane, James Swann $200 - $400

6. LORAINE MOORE (Am. 1911-1988)

Untitled Abstract, 7/25 lithograph 19 3/4 x 5 1/2 signed across bottom: 7/25 Loraine Moore $400 - $600

7. SARAH GREEN (Am. 1959-)

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Salad, 2/5 screenprint 11 x 16 signed across bottom: “Salad” 2/5 SG $500 - $1,000

8. HELEN SLIMP (Am. 1890-1995)

Oputia (Prickly Pear) pencil on paper 16 x 13 signed across bottom: Oputia (Prickly Pear), Helen Slimp $600 - $1,200

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Mural Sketch ink on paper 13 1/2 x 16 signed lower right: Fogel ’60 $300 - $800

10. SEYMOUR FOGEL (Am. 1911-1984)

Amphitheater ink on paper 14 x 16 signed lower left: Fogel ’60 $300 - $800

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11. SEYMOUR FOGEL (Am. 1911-1984)

2 Figures Under Arched Dome ink on paper 12 1/4 x 15 $300 - $800

12. SEYMOUR FOGEL (Am. 1911-1984)

Objects on Stage ink on paper 13 1/2 x 16 signed lower right: Fogel ’60 $300 - $800

13. SEYMOUR FOGEL

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Pencil Line Drawing II, 1974 graphite on paper 40 x 30 signed lower left: Seymour Fogel 78 $2,000 - $4,000

14. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

Night Bird pen and ink on paper 17 x 19 signed lower right: Spruce $800 - $1,200

15. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

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Surf pen and ink on paper 11 x 18 signed lower right: Spruce $800 - $1,200

16. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

Brushy Landscape pen and ink on paper 10 x 13 signed lower right: Spruce $800 - $1,200

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17. AVERY KELLY (Am. 20th Cent.)

Roadrunner, 2018 woodcut 6 1/4 x 9 $200 - $400

18. ELIZABETH KEEFER (BOATRIGHT) (Am. 1897-1989)

Feast Dance, Taos NM, c. 1929 colored etching 7 x 10 signed across bottom: Feast Dance Taos, Elizabeth Keefer $300 - $600

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19. BESS HUBBARD (Am. 1896-1977)

San Geranimo Hills, Ed 30 lithograph 8 3/4 x 11 3/4 signed across bottom: San Geranimo Hills, Ed 30, Bess Hubbard $500 - $1,000

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Prize: All-Texas Art Exhibit, 1949

20. ALMA LUCILLE JEFFERIES (Am. 1903-1950)

Victor, Colorado, 1940 lithograph 14 3/4 x 11 1/4 $400 - $800

21 21. MARY LIGHTFOOT (Am. 1889-1970)

Cacti silkscrean on paper 12 1/2 x 15 3/4 signed across bottom: Mary Lightfoot $600 - $1,200

22. BLANCHE McVEIGH (Am. 1895-1970)

Green Mountain print 11 x 15 signed across bottom: Green Mountain, 50 prints, Blanche McVeigh $600 - $1,200

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24 23. BLANCHE McVEIGH (Am. 1895-1970)

Rejected, 1947 aquatint 9 x 11 3/4 signed across bottom: Rejected, Blanche McVeigh $1,000 - $2,000

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Prize for Best Print in the Fort Worth Local Artists Show, 1947. Purchase Prize in the Sixth Annual Dallas Print Exhibition, 1947. Print Prize in the Southern States Art League Show, 1947. Print Prize in the Kansas City Midwestern Show, 1947. Exhibited, Society of American Etchers, 1947. Purchased by the Library of Congress, 1947.

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24. BLANCHE McVEIGH (Am. 1895-1970)

A Break in the Clouds, Ed. 50 aquatint 9 x 11 1/2 $1,000 - $2,000

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25. LOUIS LOZOWICK (Am. 1892-1973)

Oil Derricks lithograph 12 x 7 1/2 signed lower right: Louis Lozowick ’36 $2,000 - $3,000

26. TOM LEA (Am. 1907-2001)

The Pacing White Mustang print 10 1/2 x 14 signed across bottom: The Pacing White Mustang, Tom Lea, El Paso $600 - $1,200

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28 27. PETER HURD (Am. 1904-1984)

Dusty Windmill print 10 x 13 7/8 signed across bottom: 60/200, Peter Hurd $500 - $1,000

28. PETER HURD (Am. 1904-1984)

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Untitled, Winter Farm lithograph 7 1/8 x 9 1/2 signed lower right: Peter Hurd $600 - $1,200

29. PETER HURD (Am. 1904-1984)

The Sentinel, Santa Fe Trail, Ed. 3/500 lithograph 13 x 19 1/4 signed across bottom: The Sentinel, Santa Fe Trail, 3/500, Peter Hurd, N.A. $1,000 - $2,000

30. PETER HURD (Am. 1904-1984)

Sermon from Revelations, Ed. 250, 1938 lithograph 13 x 16 $1,500 - $3,000

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31. LOUIS OSCAR GRIFFITH (Am. 1875-1956)

Traders at Pearl Street etching 10 x 7 7/8 signed lower right: LO Griffith $800 - $1,200

32. LOUIS OSCAR GRIFFITH (Am. 1875-1956)

Viaduct & Dallas Skyline, 1927 etching 6 x 12 signed lower right: LO Griffith $800 - $1,200

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View of Dallas from Trinity River graphite on paper 9 1/2 x 12 $800 - $1,200

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34. LOUIS OSCAR GRIFFITH (Am. 1875-1956)

Medical Arts Building, Dallas, TX graphite on paper 12 x 9 1/2 signed lower left: Dallas, LO Griffith $800 - $1,200

35. EDWARD G. EISENLOHR (Am. 1872-1961)

Rural Homes, 22/35 lithograph 7 x 11 signed across bottom: Rural Homes 22/35, Edward Eisenlohr $800 - $1,200

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36. EDWARD G. EISENLOHR (Am. 1872-1961)

Five Mile Creek, Ed. 18/50, 1933 lithograph 8 x 10 1/8 singed across bottom: Five Mile Creek #18/50, Edward G. Eisenlohr 1933 $800 - $1,200

37. EDWARD G. EISENLOHR (Am. 1872-1961)

Dallas, November 14, 1943 pencil on paper 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 signed across bottom: EGE Nov. 14, 1943, Dallas $1,000 - $2,000

37 38. HOWARD COOK (Am. 1901-1980)

Untitled-Print of Mural for San Antonio Post Office print 8 x 12 $300 - $600

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41 39. BARBARA MAPLES (Am. 1912-1999)

Acchipily , Ed. 20 screenprint 23 x 15 signed across bottom: Acchipily, Ed. 20, Barbara Maples $800 - $1,200

40. MERRITT MAUZEY (Am. 1897-1973)

No Other Way, 1940 lithograph 19 3/4 x 13 1/4 $800 - $1,200

41. ILA McAFEE (Am. 1897-1995)

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The Four Seasons print 10 1/2 x 16 1/4 signed across bottom: The Four Seasons, Ila McAfee $800 - $1,200

42. J. JAY McVICKER/ J. JESSE McVICKER (Am. 1911-2004)

aquatint on paper 5 1/2 x 11 15/16 signed lower right: J. Jay McVicker $500 - $1,000

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43. MARY BONNER (Am. 1887-1935)

Three Etchings etching each: 7 x 5 each signed lower right: Mary Bonner $2,000 - $4,000

44. THADDEUS M. FOWLER (Am. 1842-1922)

Birds Eye View - Denison, Grayson County, Texas, 1891 lithograph 24 x 36 $1,500 - $3,000

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Pelican Brood (Texas), 1950 linocut/woodcut/serigraph 4x3 signed across bottom: 5/125, Janet Turner $200 - $400

46. JANET TURNER (Am. 1914-1988)

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Winking Owl, 19/58 linocut/woodcut/serigraph 7 x 5 3/4 signed across bottom: Winking Owl, 19/58, Janet Turner $200 - $400

47. JANET TURNER (Am. 1914-1988)

Quail Amid Wild Grapes linocut/woodcut/serigraph 14 3/4 x 35 signed across bottom: 122/150, Quail Amid Wild Grapes, Janet Turner $300 - $600 O R I G I N A L P R I N T S, D R A W I N G S , B O O K S & F O L I O S

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48. JANET TURNER (Am. 1914-1988)

New York Winter, 1956 serigraph 14 x 4 3/4 signed across bottom: New York Winter, Janet Turner $500 - $1,000

49. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Jack Rabbit woodblock print 3 3/4 x 3 1/2 $500 - $1,000

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50. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Eagle colored pencil 4 1/2 x 7 1/4 signed lower right: Dozier $600 - $1,200

51. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Crows and Watermelon serigraph 20 x 27 1/2 signed across bottom: A/P, Crows, Otis Dozier, 87 $4,000 - $8,000

52. FLORENCE McCLUNG

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Back of the Bullring, 1948 lithograph 12 x 15 3/4 $1,500 - $3,000

53. EDITH BRISAC (Am. 1894-1974)

Milk Factory (Borden Milk Factory, Renton) lithograph 9 x 11 1/2 signed crock bottom: Milk Factory, Edith Brisac $750 - $1,500 Depicts the Borden’s Milk Plant, Denton, TX. Exhibited in 2nd Southwestern Exhibition of Print and Drawings, 1949. Exhibited in Pennell Memorial Show, Library of Congress, 1950

54. COREEN SPELLMAN (Am. 1905-1978)

Sun on the Kitchen Floor, 1947 lithograph 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 $1,800 - $2,400

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55. BARNEY DELABANO (Am. 1926-1997)

Southwestern Sentinel lithograph 12 1/2 x 10 1/2 signed lower right: Barney Delabano $2,000 - $4,000

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Mexican Mother lithograph 15 1/2 x 12 signed across bottom: Mexican Mother, Jerry Bywaters ’36 $1,500 - $3,000 Exhibited in Eighth Annual Dallas Allied Arts Exhibition, 1937

57. ALEXANDRE HOGUE (Am. 1898-1994)

Desert Glare lithograph 6 3/4 x 11 3/4 signed across bottom: Desert Glare, Alexandre Hogue $2,000 - $4,000

58. ALEXANDRE HOGUE (Am. 1898-1994)

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Sacred Place, 1939, Ed. 11/50 lithograph 9 1/8 x 14 1/4 signed across bottom: Sacred Place 11/50, Alexandre Hogue $3,000 - $5,000

59. DAVID GIBSON (Am. 1939-)

Lotus Stems at Sunrise, Ed. 29/48 gelatin silver print, selenium toned 8 3/4 x 23 1/2 signed lower right: David Gibson $1,000 - $2,000

60. ROBERT PREUSSER (Am. 1919-1992)

Abstraction blue ink on paper 8 1/2 x 11 signed lower right: Preusser $1,000 - $2,000

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Untitled II, 1984 monotype, plate: 23 3/4 x 17 3/4 paper: 53 3/4 x 38 3/4 signed across bottom: II, Dan Rizzie 1984 $2,000 - $4,000 Original gallery label on reverse: Eugene Birder Gallery

62. ANCEL NUNN (Am. 1929-2000)

Remnants of Change, Ed. 4/100 Box of leather bound folio of 40 limited edition prints mixed media paper 13 x 19; book 13 1/2 x 21; box 16 x 23 1/4 x 5 $1,500 - $3,000

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Robert T. Brousseau was a passionate collector of Early Texas Art. He began collecting in the 1990’s, on the brink of what has now become an enthusiasm for many regional collectors. Perhaps what spurred Brousseau’s interest in collecting was his first visit to David Dike Fine Art in 1994. Brousseau visited the gallery and acquired two great American impressionist paintings, a Guy Wiggins and a Johann Berthelsen. On that visit, Brousseau also eyed the painting Edward Eisenlohr, “Peaceful Hour” (lot 91), which was subsequently acquired. Brousseau’s purchase after that was of the Robert Wood, “Texas Mesa’ c. 1930 (lot 101.) This began Brousseau’s farsighted collection of Texas art. Brousseau was always a passionate collector and loved to research and find works that had been exhibited or were of significant background. This could be attributed to his education and upbringing. Born in West Point, New York, he grew up in a decorated mil-

THE ROBERT T. BROUSSEAU COLLECTION LOTS: 63 – 148

“It is an honor to have the opportunity to offer this outstanding collection, from a dear friend.” – David Dike

itary family; his father Colonel Andre Ringodd Brousseau was a U.S. Air Force pilot. As children, he and his siblings vacationed in San Antonio, visiting his grandparents who lived in Terrell Hills. These visits nourished his love for the Texas landscape, and inspired his interest in collecting Texas art. Brousseau graduated from General H.H. Arnold High School in Germany. He went on to attend Georgetown University where he graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the university’s School of Foreign Service. He then attended law school at Duke University where he received his JD with distinction and was a member of the Duke Law Journal. He earned an LL.M from Columbia University. He also studied international law in Paris and at The Hague and was a published legal author. He practiced law with Baker Botts in Houston, and went on to a distinguished career in academia: Associate Professor at Mercer University; visiting Associate Professor at University of Texas at Austin; Tulsa School of Law; and Professor of Law at Dedman School of Law, SMU, Dallas. After his professorship he joined the firm Stutzman, Bromberg, Esserman & Plifka in Dallas where he was partner for 27 years. Brousseau’s sister recalled his brilliant mind and love of language. He had a vast vocabulary, spoke five languages and wrote elegant prose. These passions, combined with his aca-

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demic and legal backgrounds, informed his connoisseurship. He researched each painting he pursued or found for his collection. Investment was not a driver for his collecting goals; rather he sought quality and the best possible example of an artist’s work. Brousseau was a voracious reader, and his library was deep in history, literature and books on Texas art and artists. One of his well-researched acquisitions was the Adrian Brewer work, “Bluebonnet Field in Texas,” 1927, (lot 136), which was in the Edgar B Davis Wildflower Competition of 1927. Other examples include his paintings by Julian Onderdonk and Tom Stell. Brousseau was consistently a generous lender of his works to exhibitions in order to advance public interest and education of Early Texas Art. Perhaps what started this was the 1998 exhibition at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts show: The Brousseau Collection. Carolyn Fox-Hearne was the director of the museum at the time and approached David Dike about putting together an exhibition of Early Texas Art. Fox-Hearne’s first stop in seeking works for the show was Brousseau’s home on Beverly Drive in Dallas. She was greatly impressed by the collection and decided from that tour, she need not look further; thus The Brousseau Collection exhibition was curated. After that show, Brousseau went on to lend his works to other exhibitions including the Texas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling) 2012-2014; the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art; the Father & Son: Barney & Martin Delabano show in 2001; and Celebrating Early Texas Art: Treasures from Dallas-Fort Worth Private Collection, 1990-1960 in 2005 at the Fort Worth Community Art Center; and Lucien Abrams: An Impressionist from Texas show curated by Michael Grauer and Old Jail Museum (traveling show) 2013-2014. He also allowed many of his works to be illustrated in the Dictionary of Texas Artists, 1800-1945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, Texas A&M Press. Brousseau passed away on March 30, 2018. He left behind his beloved son, daughter and grandson whom he loved greatly. He also left a legacy of collecting Early Texas Art. He was a great friend to many. Looking back, David Dike is not sure whether Brousseau truly understood the importance of his collection and its impact on the advancement of collecting Early Texas Art. It is the hope that legacy can live on in many collections through the paintings available in the following lots.


63 63. TEX (JOHN MARCELLUS) MOORE (Am. 1865-1948)

West Texas Buffalo Range oil on canvasboard 10 x 16 singed lower right: Tex Moore $500 - $1,000

64. EMILY GUTHRIE SMITH (Am. 1909-1986)

Sulky pastel on paper 5 x 5 $500 - $1,000 Carlin Gallery (Fort Worth) Label on reverse

65. RUTH DUNKEN HARRISON (Am. 1909-1996)

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The Gatherers oil on canvasboard 24 x 18 signed lower right: Ruth Dunken Harrison $800 - $1,200

64 66. EMILY D. R. DILLARD (Am. 1878-1968)

Bluebonnets Still Life oil on canvas 20 x 16 signed lower right: EM Dillard $500 - $1,000

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67. ELEN MARY O. McDADE (Am. 1895-1959)

Still Life oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed on reverse: McDade $500 - $1,000

68. ROLLA TAYLOR (Am. 1872-1970)

San Antonio oil on board 9 x 12 signed lower left: Rolla Taylor, S.A. 1902 $1,500 - $3,000

69. ROLLA TAYLOR (Am. 1872-1970)

Mission Concepcion, San Antonin, 1943 oil on canvas 9 x 12 signed lower left: Rolla Taylor $2,000 - $4,000

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70. EDWARD G. EISENLOHR (Am. 1872-1961)

Sunset, c. 1900 oil on canvas 9 x 13 1/2 signed lower left: E.G. Eisenlohr $1,500 - $3,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; Also in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

71. GERARD G. ESTILL (Am. 1890-1984)

Landscape, Texas oil on canvas 11 1/2 x 17 signed lower right: G.G. Estill, 1924 $1,500 - $3,000

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72 72. BERLA EMEREE (Am. 1899-1948)

Franklin Mountains oil on masonite 16 x 24 signed lower left: Berla Emeree $1,500 - $3,000

73. PAUL RODDA COOK (Am. 1897-1972)

Fall in the Hill Country oil on canvas 16 x 20 signed lower right: Paul Rodda Cook $2,000 - $4,000

74. MARGARET M. LITTLEJOHN (Am. 1876-1954)

Untitled Landscape oil on canvas 15 x 20 signed lower left: MM Littlejohn $2,000 - $4,000

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Exhibited in the Women Artists of Texas, 1850-1950 show at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum; and also at the Survey of Texas Arts show in 1991 at the Longview Museum and Arts Center. This painting is published and illustrated as plate no. 96 on pg. 134 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists, 1800-1945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

75. DWIGHT C. HOLMES (Am. 1900-1986)

Untitled oil on canvas 30 x 25 signed lower left: Dwight C. Holmes $2,000 - $4,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

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76 76. EVERETT GEE JACKSON (Am. 1900-1992)

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Jackson Home Mexia, Texas oil on canvas 15 x 15 1/3 signed lower left: Everett Gee Jackson $2,000 - $4,000

77. LEWIS TEEL (Am. 1883-1960)

August Dress oil on canvas 14 x 20 signed lower left: L.W. Teel $2,000 - $4,000

78. AUDLEY DEAN NICOLS (Am. 1885-1941)

Desert, El Paso, 1921 oil on canvas 12 x 18 signed lower left: Audley Dean Nicols, 1921 $10,000 - $15,000

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79. ELMER L. BOONE (Am. 1881-1952)

Davis Mountains oil on canvas 24 x 34 signed lower left: E.L. Boone $2,500 - $5,000

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81 80. ADELE THOMSON (Am. 1881-1956)

Untitled oil on canvas 35 x 30 signed lower right: Adele Thomson, ’44 $2,000 - $4,000

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81. THEODORE GENTILZ (Am. 1819-1906)

Joueurs De Boules watercolor on paper 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 signed lower left: TG $2,000 - $4,000

82

Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. This painting will be included in the forthcoming catalogue Raisonne, which has been underway since the early 1990s and includes over 500 works by Gentilz. This watercolor is the same composition of an oil painting that has not been located. Gentil and his family lived in France before moving to America and eventually he helped establish the Castroville Colony in Texas in the 1840s where he served as a mapmaker. He taught at St. Mary’s Institute in San Antonio. He painted botanical illustrations and colorful regional genre scenes of the area, scenes he is best known for. The author of this catalogue and contributor of this information is Martha Utterback.

82. LOUIS EDWARD GRENET (Am.1856-1922)

Coin De Mon Atelier oil on canvas 10 1/2 x 9 signed lower left: Coin De Mon Atelier, Edward Grenet $10,000 - $20,000

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Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. This painting is published and illustrated as plate no. 65 on pg. 134 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists, 18001945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

83. URSULA LAUDERDALE (Am. 1872-1968)

Floral Still Life oil on canvas 24 x 20 signed lower right: Ursula Lauderdale $2,500 - $5,000 This painting is published and illustrated as plate no. 90 on pg. 132 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists, 1800-1945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

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84 84. RICHARD LENTZ (Am. 1857-1930)

Trinity River Bottom, Near Dallas, 1886 oil on canvas 36 x 48 $10,000 - $20,000 Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

85. HOWARD THAIN (Am. 1891-1970)

The Artist’s Studio Dallas,Texas,1927 oil on canvas 24 x 20 signed lower right: Howard Thain, ’27 $2,500 - $5,000

86. HAROLD RONEY (Am. 1899-1986)

Untitled Landscape oil on canvas 25 x 30 signed lower right: Harold A. Roney $2,500 - $5,000 Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

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87 87. CARL HOPPE (Am. 1897-1981)

Bluebonnets, 1935 oil on canvas 28 x 36 signed lower right: C. Hoppe, ’35 $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Seventh Annual Look Artists Exhibition, S. A. Art League, Witte Memorial Museum

88. MORRIS WALTON LEADER (Am. 1877-1966)

Home in the Hills – Scene Near Wimberley, TX oil on canvas 30 x 36 signed lower right: M. Walton Leader $3,000 - $6,000

89. MORRIS WALTON LEADER

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(Am. 1877-1966)

Texas Hill Country oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower right: M. W. Leader $3,000 - $6,000

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90 90. NANNIE HUDDLE (Am. 1858-1921)

Bluebonnets in Bloom oil on canvasboard 18 x 24 signed lower right: N. Huddle $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

91. EDWARD G. EISENLOHR (Am. 1872-1961)

Peaceful Hour oil on board 9 1/2 x 14 $4,000 - $8,000 Exhibited in the Survey of Texas Arts show in 1991 at the Longview Museum and Arts Center; exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show, 1998, at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

92. EMMA RICHARDSON CHERRY (Am. 1859-1954)

La Quinta, 1924 oil on canvas 25 x 30 signed lower left: E Richardson Cherry, 1924, La Quinta $4,000 - $8,000

91

Exhibited inTexas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 64; Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum; Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art.

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93 93. NANNIE HUDDLE (Am. 1858-1921)

Coreopsis and Cactus oil on canvas 20 x 25 signed lower right: N. Huddle $5,000 - $10,000

94. PETER HOHNSTEDT (Am. 1974-1957)

Field of Sage Hill Country oil on panel 24 x 28 signed lower right: PL Hohnstedt $5,000 - $10,000

95. CHAPMAN KELLEY (Am. 1932-)

Port Aransas, 1961 oil on canvas 44 x 38 signed lower left: Chapman Kelly, 1961 $4,000 - $8,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

94 96. BOYER GONZALEZ, JR. (AM. 1909-1987) Jetties oil on masonite 24 x 30 signed lower right: Boyer Gonzalez Jr. $2,500 - $5,000

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97 97. JAMES F. ENSER (Am. 1898-1962)

Yellow Field, 1928 oil on board 12 x 14 signed lower right: Jno F. Enser, ’28 $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in Texas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 79

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98. LUCIEN ABRAMS (Am. 1870-1941)

Mrs. Abrams in Paris oil on panel 18 x 14 signed lower left: LA $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Exhibited in Lucien Abrams: An Impressionist from Texas show curated by Michael Grauer and Old Jail Museum (traveling show) 2013-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 33

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99. HARRY WORTHMAN (Am. 1909-1989)

The Artist and His Family, 1965 oil on canvas 40 x 30 signed lower left: Harry Worthman, 1965 $4,000 - $8,000 This painting was exhibited in the show: Harry Worthman: A Life in Art, at the Tyler Museum of Art in 2005; an image of the painting is illustrated in the accompanying exhibition catalogue, page 32

100. HALE BOLTON (Am. 1885-1920)

Untitled, 1917 oil on canvas 28 1/4 x 38 signed lower right: Hale Bolton, ’17 $4,000 - $8,000 Exhibited in the Survey of Texas Artists show in 1991 at the Longview Museum and Arts Center and in the 19th and 20th Century Paintings show in 1988 at the Abilene Fine Arts Museum. This painting is published and illustrated as plate no.14 on pg. 109 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists, 1800-1945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

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101 101. ROBERT WOOD (Am. 1889-1979)

Texas Mesa oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: Robt. Wood $5,000 - $10,000 Exhibited in the Survey of Texas Artists show in 1991 at the Longview Museum and Arts Center and in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art. Also exhibited in the Texas Impressionism show at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

102. SAMUEL P. ZIEGLER (Am. 1882-1966)

Fields of Gold, 1927 oil on canvas 18 x 20 signed lower left: S.P. Ziegler, 1927 $4,000 - $8,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; and the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

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103. SAMUEL P. ZIEGLER (Am. 1882-1966)

Trinity River Bottom, Ft. Worth, TX, 1934 oil on canvas 36 x 38 signed lower left: S.P. Ziegler, 1934 $10,000 - $15,000

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104 104. JAMES BLANDING SLOAN (Am. 1886-1975)

The German Building, 1913 oil on canvas 27 x 28 signed upper right: James Blanding Sloan, 13 $6,000 - $12,000 Exhibited in the Waco Cotton Palace show in 1914. Exhibited in Texas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 97

105. MERRITT MAUZEY (Am. 1898-1975)

Collin County oil on board 18 x 24 signed lower right: Mauzey $15,000 - $25,000

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Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

106. REVEAU BASSETT (Am. 1897-1981)

Geese in Flight, 1930 oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower right: Reveau Bassett, ’30 $15,000 - $25,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

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107 107. OLIN HERMAN TRAVIS (Am. 1888-1975)

Autumn in the Woods oil on canvas 30 x 40 signed lower right: Olin Travis $15,000 - $25,000

108. OLIN HERMAN TRAVIS (Am. 1888-1975)

Untitled oil on canvas 36 x 44 signed lower right: Olin Herman Travis $10,000 - $20,000

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109 109. DAWSON DAWSONWATSON (Am. 1864-1939)

Setting Sun oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower right: Dawson-Watson $15,000 - $25,000

110. HARRY ANTHONY DeYOUNG (Am. 1893-1956)

No. 5 Green, Boerne Golf Course, 1927 oil on canvas 36 x 40 signed lower right: Harry Anthony DeYoung $15,000 - $25,000

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111 111. MANUEL ACOSTA (Am. 1921-1989)

Tributo a Garcia-Lorca oil on board 48 x 55 signed lower right: Manuel Acosta $10,000 - $20,000

112. CHARLES ROSEN (Am. 1878-1950)

San Antonio Waterworks, 1941 oil on canvas 32 x 39 signed lower left: Charles Rosen $12,000 - $18,000

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113 113. JULIUS WOELTZ (Am. 1911-1956)

The Factory, 1946 oil on masonite 12 x 16 signed lower right: Julius Woeltz, ’46 $2,000 - $4,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

114. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

The Lost Boat, 1945 oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: E Spruce $15,000 - $25,000

114 Exhibited in The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts One Hundred and Ninth Annual Exhibition, 1914; and in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

115. LEILA McCONNELL (Am. 1927-)

Female Nude, 1948 oil on canvas 42 x 37 signed lower right: Leila McConnell, 1948 $4,000 - $8,000

116. LEILA McCONNELL (Am. 1927-)

Nude, 1949 oil on canvas 36 x 30 $3,000 - $6,000

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117 117. HENRI GADBOIS (Am. 1888-1975)

The Conversation, 1961 oil on canvas 36 x 48 signed lower right: Henri Gadbois, ’61 $4,000 - $8,000

118. CECIL LANG CASEBIER (Am. 1920-1996)

The Yellow Chair oil on masonite 30 x 24 $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

119. DICKSON REEDER (Am. 1912-1970)

Blonde and Brunette oil on canvas 14 x 12 signed upper right: Dickson Reeder $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

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120 120. DICKSON REEDER (Am. 1912-1970)

Flora in an Italian Hat oil on canvas 25 3/4 x 21 1/2 signed upper left: Dickson Reeder $6,000 - $12,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

121. FLORA BLANC REEDER (Am. 1916-1995)

Cellos (and untitled Portrait of Mother and Child on Reverse) oil on board 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 signed lower right: Flora Blanc $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; also in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

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122 122. PERRY NICHOLS (Am. 1911-1992)

Untitled, 1988 oil on canvas 24 x 34 signed lower right: Perry Nichols ’88 $4,000 - $8,000

123. BARNEY DELABANO (Am. 1926-1997)

Southwestern Sentinel oil on canvas 24 x 20 signed lower left: Delabano $2,000 - $4,000 Exhibited in 18th Annual Dallas Allied Arts Exhibition, 1947; and exhibited in the Father & Son: Barney & Martin Delabano show in 2001

124. DAVID BROWNLOW (Am. 1915-2008)

The Church oil on masonite 48 x 16 $2,500 - $5,000

125. LUCILLE HARRIS LOCKE (Am. 1904-1989)

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Landscape Still Life 1947 oil on board 24 x 30 signed lower right: Lucie H. Locke, 1947 $4,000 - $8,000 Exhibited in the Texas Artists show at the Michelson Museum of Art; Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

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126 126. CARL BENTON COMPTON (Am. 1905-1981)

Untitled, 1936 oil on panel 18 x 24 signed lower right: Carl Benton Compton,1936 $3,000 - $6,000

127. CARL BENTON COMPTON (Am. 1905-1981)

My Love is Dreaming oil on masonite 18 x 23 1/2 Carl Benton Compton $3,000 - $6,000 First Spring Annual Exhibition of the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park, San Francisco, 1946

128. LLOYD LOZES GOFF (Am. 1908-1982)

Old Union Station, Dallas, 1930 oil on board 10 x 12 signed lower right: Lloyd Goff, Dec. 1930 $5,000 - $10,000

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129 129. XAVIER GONZALEZ (Am. 1898-1993)

Teatro Critico, 1943 oil on canvas 36 x 56 signed lower left: Xavier Gonzalez, 43 $8,000 - $12,000

130. EDMUND D. KINZINGER (Am. 1888-1963)

Mexican Family, 1936 oil on panel 26 x 20 signed lower right: EDK 36 $3,000 - $6,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts

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131 131. KELLY FEARING (Am. 1918-2011)

The Place of the Yogi and the Fish oil on canvas 60 x 40 signed lower left: Kelly Fearing $8,000 - $12,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; and at the Celebrating Early Texas Art: Treasures from Dallas-Fort Worth Private Collections, 1900-1960 in 2005 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center

132. VALTON TYLER (Am. 1944-)

Tip of a Temp, 1995 oil on canvas 34 x 40 $3,000 - $6,000

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133. SAMUEL P. ZIEGLER (Am. 1882-1966)

Untitled (Orchestra) oil on canvas 20 x 24 signed lower left: S P Ziegler $5,000 - $10,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. This painting is published and illustrated as plate no. 156 on pg. 152 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists,18001945, by Paula L.Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

134 134. CARDEN BAILEY (Am. 1911-1997)

A Play oil on canvas 40 x 31 signed lower left: Carden Bailey $5,000 - $10,000

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135 135. OCTAVIO MEDELLIN (Am. 1907-1999)

History of Money, 1960 mosaic 84 x 60 1/2 signed lower right: O. Medellin, Clara Miller, 1960 $20,000 - $30,000

136. ADRIAN BREWER (Am. 1891-1956)

Bluebonnet Field in Texas, 1927 oil on canvas 31 x 36 signed lower right: Adrian Brewer, 1927 $20,000 - $30,000 Exhibited in the Texas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 53. Exhibited in the 1927 Edgar B. Davis and the San Antonio Art League Texas Wildflower Competition Exhibition

137. DAWSON DAWSONWATSON (Am. 1864-1939)

Bluffs Above the San Antonio River, 1931 oil on canvas 30 x 40 signed lower right: Dawson-Watson $20,000 - $30,000

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Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; and the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

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138 138. HARRY ANTHONY DeYOUNG (Am. 1893-1956)

Musquiz Canyon, West Texas Canyon, 1930 oil on canvas 45 x 54 signed lower right: Harry Anthony DeYoung, 1930 $25,000 - $35,000 PROVENANCE: Marion McNay,

San Antonio Art League. This painting is published and illustrated as plate no. 44 on pg. 118 of the book: Dictionary of Texas Artists,18001945, by Paula L. Grauer and Michael R. Grauer © 1999, TX A&M Press

139. PORFIRIO SALINAS (Am. 1910-1973)

Texas Hill Country Spring oil on canvas 40 1/2 x 54 signed lower left: Porfirio Salinas $60,000 - $80,000 Exhibited in the Texas Artists show in 2000-2001 at the Michelson Museum of Art

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Exhibited: Images of Texas,1880-1950 show in 1994 at the Waco Creative Art Center; Exhibited in the Jose Arpa: Spanish Painter in Texas show at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 50; Exhibited in the Texas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012 – 2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 46

140. JOSE ARPA (Am. 1851-1952)

Pink Flox, c.1927 oil on canvas 24 x 36 $75,000 - $150,000

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141 141. DONALD S. VOGEL (Am. 1917-2004)

Parade in the Park oil on canvas 48 x 60 signed lower right: D Vogel $5,000 - $10,000

142. ANCEL NUNN (Am. 1928-1999)

Washing Up oil on board 14 x 9 $1,500 - $3,000 Exhibited in the Robert Brousseau Collection show in 1998 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts; and in the Ancel Nunn: Recent Work exhibition in 1974 at the Tyler Museum of Art

143. ZOE DAVIS (Am. 1911-1996)

Untitled oil on canvasboard 16 x 20 signed lower left: Davis $1,500 - $3,000

144. FRED DARGE (Am. 1900-1978)

Cowboy in Palo Duro Canyon oil on canvasboard 8 x 10 signed lower right: F. Darge $1,000 - $2,000

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Deer in Palo Duro Canyon oil on canvasboard 8 x 10 signed lower right: F. Darge $1,000 - $2,000

146. ELLA K. MEWHINNEY (Am. 1891-1975)

Roses oil on canvas 12 x 10 signed lower right: Ella K. Mewhinney $1,000 - $2,000 Exhibited in Visioning Beauty: An Ella K. Mewhinney Retrospective, 2008-2009, at the Bell County Museum

147. LUCRETIA DONNEL NEWMAN COKE (Am. 1917-2016)

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Farm, Forney, Texas pastel on paper 7 x 8 1/2 signed lower right: LD Newman $1,000 - $2,000

148. JAMES BRUCE CHEEK (Am. 1895-1970)

Sunset oil on board 10 x 14 signed lower right: Jas. B Cheek $2,000 - $4,000

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149. JULIAN ONDERDONK (Am. 1882-1922)

This painting is published and included cat. 550 on pg. 172 of the book: Julian Onderdonk: A Catalogue Raisonne, by: Harry and Elizabeth Halff © The Museum of Fine Art Houston

Golden Evening, Southwest, TX 1911 oil on board 14 x 18 signed lower right: Julian Onderdonk $60,000 - $80,000

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150 150. PORFIRIO SALINAS (Am. 1910-1973)

Texas Bluebonnets oil on canvas 24 x 36 signed lower left: Porfirio Salinas $25,000 - $35,000

151. CARL HOPPE (Am. 1897-1981)

Gray Day in Texas Hill Country, 1953 oil on canvas 16 x 20 signed lower right: C Hoppe 53 $1,500 - $2,500

152. ELOISE POLK MCGILL (Am. 1868-1939)

Hillside of Yellows oil on canvas 6 x 9 1/2 signed lower left: EP McGill $800 - $1,500

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153 153. LEOPOLDO GONZALES, JR. (Am. 20th Cent.)

Regatta, 1958 oil on masonite 18 x 24 signed on reverse: Leopoldo Gonzales Jr 1958 $800 - $1,200

154. AMELIA URBACH (Am. 1889-1969)

Still Life, Autumn Leaves & Boat oil on masonite 15 x 12 signed lower right: Amelia Urbach $1,500 - $3,000

155. MICHAEL FRARY (Am. 1918-2005)

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Untitled, Sunset Over Island Thicket mixed media on paper 18 x 24 signed lower right: M Frary $1,500 - $2,500

156. GILBERT NEWMAN (Am. 1906-1970)

Untitled, Clothes Line, 1927 oil on paper board 8 x 10 signed lower left: Gilbert Newman 1927 $1,000 - $1,500

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157. LEWIS TEEL (Am. 1883-1960)

Giants of the Desert, 1925 oil on canvas 20 x 30 signed lower left: Lewis Teel, 1925 $2,000 - $4,000

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158 158. HORACE O ROBERTSON (Am. 1887-1970)

Still Life, c. 1940 oil on panel 20 x 18 signed lower left: HO Robertson $8,000 - $12,000 This painting was exhibited in the Lone Star Still Lifes show at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum in 2009, original exhibition label affixed to back of painting

159. JOHN GAITHA BROWNING (Am. 1912-1992)

Old Trampas Mission, 1971 oil on canvas 15 x 19 1/2 signed lower right: JG Browning 71 $1,500 - $3,000 Exhibited in Neighbors: Texas Artists in New Mexico, 2003 at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

160. JULIUS STOCKFLETH (Am. 1857-1935)

Untitled, Galveston Beach watercolor on paper 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 signed lower right: J Stockfleth $1,500 - $3,000

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161 161. HAROLD OSMAN KELLY (Am. 1884-1955)

Whetstone Farm oil on canvas 14 x 20 signed lower right: Kelly $30,000 - $50,000 PROVENANCE: Collection of

the Artist, H.O. Kelly; Fred C. Cutter Collection; Fort Worth Art Association (forerunner of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth); Martha Hyder Estate, Fort Worth, TX, current Exhibited: This painting was exhibited in the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts show: Retrospective Exhibition H.O. Kelly (1884-1955), October 8 – November 13, 1960. The painting is listed in the exhibition catalogue as item 10

162. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Mural Study, 1939 egg tempera 6 x 36 $2,000 - $4,000

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Florence McClung painted Triple Underpass in 1945, by which time she had secured a national reputation as both a painter and a printmaker. The acquisition of one of her paintings by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in early 1940, elevated her stature among the Texas Regionalists, who had been forging an original style dedicated to their local environment for nearly a decade. Triple Underpass is now back in Dallas for the first time in nearly 30 years. Triple Underpass portrays an elevated view of Dallas’s western façade with the eponymous landmark as the focal point. Historically important as a major engineering achievement of its time and for its location at the western edge of Dealey Plaza (the site of the city’s birthplace in the 1840s), the Triple Underpass was constructed between 1934 and 1936 as both a railroad bridge and a point of convergence for Elm, Main and Commerce streets to improve vehicular traffic into the city’s business district. It is internationally recognized today for its emotional link to President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. This is the only known painting of the Triple Underpass prior to his assassination. McClung’s image speaks to the clarity and particularity of Dallas’s cityscape. The view is compressed, but carefully orchestrated to record the massing and fenestration of buildings, such as the Texas School Book Depository, the Dallas County Records Building, and the Old Courthouse. Her close attention to the distinctive character of each edifice reflects civic pride for the city’s modernity and historic past. As evident by the numerous American flags waving from the rooftops, McClung has also imbued the scene with an overarching sense of patriotism for the nation’s military prowess in the waning months of World War II. In the Triple Underpass’s streamlined features, McClung found not only the perfect subject to assert her stylistic affinity for Art Deco industrial design, but also an image to counter the perception of her as an artist solely dedicated to the vernacular landscape. Interestingly, for a painting ostensibly about a vehicular thoroughfare, she chose not to include automobiles. Instead, a lone pedestrian appears on the sidewalk at right, as if to underscore the point that regardless of the subject’s natural or fabricated elements, McClung intended her art to speak to the relationship of man to the environment.

163. FLORENCE McCLUNG (Am. 1894-1992)

Triple Underpass, 1945 oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: F McClung $75,000 - $175,000 Exhibited: Solo Exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Fine Art, March 11 – April 6, 1945. and Of This Vast State: Women Artists of Texas, 1900-1960, 2007 at The Women’s Museum, Fair Park Dallas, it was also illustrated in the exhibition brochure for that show

McClung included Triple Underpass within a body of mostly new work in oil and pastel that she selected for her second solo exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, held in March 1945. Patricia Peck, reviewing the show for the Dallas Morning News, acknowledged her preference for the earthy grandeur of the artist’s generalized landscapes, failing to recognize in the actuality of McClung’s cityscapes, an evocation of man-made beauty. – Rebecca Lawton

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164. MARIE HAINES BURT (Am. 1881-1979)

Rooftops, Galveston, TX oil on board 29 x 39 signed lower left: Marie Haines Burt $25,000 - $35,000

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167 165. WILLIAM A. SLAUGHTER (Am. 1923-2003)

Autumn Landscape oil on canvas 11 x 14 signed lower right: W.A. Slaughter $1,200 - $1,500

166. WILLIAM A. SLAUGHTER (Am. 1923-2003)

Autumn Landscape oil on canvas 24 x 36 signed lower right: W.A. Slaughter $7,000 - $8,000

167. GERALD HARVEY (Am. 1933-2017)

Post Oaks oil on canvas 12 x 9 signed lower left: G Harvey, 1978 $3,500 - $5,000

168. GERALD HARVEY

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The Red Barn oil on canvas 24 x 36 signed lower left: G Harvey $10,000 - $15,000

169. GERALD HARVEY (Am. 1933-2017)

Summer Glow oil on canvas 20 x 15 signed lower left: G Harvey 66 $4,000 - $8,000

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170 170. PALMER CHRISMAN (Am. 1913-1984)

Bluebonnet Landscape oil on canvas 16 x 20 signed lower right: W P Chrisman $3,000 - $5,000

171. CARL HOPPE (Am. 1897-1981)

Wild Flowers, Leon Springs, 1968 oil on masonite 18 x 30 1/2 signed lower right: C Hoppe ’68 $2,500 - $5,000

172. DON WARREN (Am. 1935-2006)

Cherokee Rose oil on canvas 18 x 24 signed lower left: Don Warren $1,500 - $3,000

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173 173. EMILY D. R. DILLARD (Am. 1879-1968)

White Rock Lake oil on canvas 22 x 28 signed lower left: EM Dillard $1,000 - $2,000

174. INEZ STAUB ELDER (Am. 1894-1991)

Autumn Landscape pastel on paper 9 x 9 signed lower right: Inez Staub Elder $800 - $1,600

175. LLOYD LOZES GOFF (Am. 1908-1982)

Beach Houses #1 (Tangler) mixed media 10 x 14 1/4 signed lower left: Lloyd Lozes Goff $1,000 - $2,000

176. WILLIAM ELLIOT (Am. 1909-2001)

Untitled, Tree watercolor 21 1/2 x 24 1/2 signed lower left: W. Elliot $1,000 - $2,000

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177 177. PETER HURD (Am. 1904-1984)

On Sentinel Ranch watercolor on paper 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 signed lower right: Peter Hurd $1,000 - $2,000

178. ALICE CHILTON (Am. 1891-1978)

Grand Canyon oil on canvas 20 x 24 signed lower left: Alice Chilton $2,000 - $4,000

179. ELOISE POLK MCGILL (Am. 1868-1939)

Bluebonnets oil on board 8 1/2 x 12 1/4 signed lower left: EP McGill $1,000 - $2,000

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180. ARTHUR BISHOP JEFFERYS (Am. 1868-1939)

Autumn Scene, 1936 oil on canvas 22 x 28 signed lower right: AB Jefferys, 1936 $1,000 - $2,000

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181 181. FRANCIS AUSTIN CLOONAN (Am. 1865-1950)

Bluebonnets oil on canvas 20 x 24 singed lower left: FA Cloonan $2,000 - $4,000

182. LOUIS OSCAR GRIFFITH (Am. 1875-1956)

Clearing oil on board 10 x 13 signed lower left: L.O. Griffith $1,500 - $2,500

183. FRANK KLEPPER (Am. 1890-1952)

Galveston oil on canvasboard 16 x 20 signed lower right: Klepper $1,500 - $3,000

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184 184. DAWSON DAWSONWATSON (Am. 1864-1939)

Sail Boat watercolor on paper 14 x 21 signed lower left: Dawson Watson $2,000 - $3,000

185. TOM STELL (Am. 1898-1981)

Untitled, Creek & Trees pastel on paper 15 1/2 x 13 signed lower right: Stell $3,000 - $6,000

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186. FRANK REAUGH (Am. 1860-1945)

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Pair: Longhorns, Brush and Mountains pastel on paper, Longhorns 5 x 5; Mountains 3 3/4 x 3 3/4 both signed lower right: FR $3,000 - $6,000 This pair of pastels by Frank Reaugh will be accompanied by a letter of authenticity by Michael Grauer.

187. FRANK REAUGH (Am. 1860-1945)

Two Longhorns pastel on paper 3 1/2 x 7 1/2 $8,000 - $12,000

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188. ROBERT ONDERDONK (Am. 1852-1917)

Portrait oil on board 24 x 20 signed lower right: R Onderdonk $4,000 - $8,000

189. SEYMOUR THOMAS (Am. 1868-1956)

Une Rose The, The Left of Rose, Portrait of Helen M Haskell in her Wedding Dress, 1943 oil on canvas 29 x 15 signed lower right: To Brother Ned, Sketch for “Une Rose The,” Paris Salon 1894, S. Seymour Thomas 1943 $5,000 - $10,000

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190 190. WILLIAM POSEY SILVA (Am. 1859-1948)

Morning Fog Coming In, On the Ashley River, Charleston, SC oil on board 12 x 15 signed lower right: William P Silva $5,000 - $10,000

191. FRANZ STRAHALM (Am. 1879-1935)

El Patio, Mexico oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower right: El Patio, Franz Strahalm $5,000 - $8,000

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192 192. FRANZ STRAHALM (Am. 1879-1935)

Boats on Dixon’s Branch, White Rock Lake oil on canvas 28 x 34 signed lower left: F Strahalm $8,000 - $12,000

193. PAUL SCHUMANN (Am. 1876-1946)

Untitled, Cross Mountain oil on canvas 16 x 22 signed lower right: Paul Schumann $10,000 - $15,000 Exhibited inTexas Impressionism show curated by Michael Grauer at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum (traveling show) 2012-2014 and illustrated in the accompanying catalogue on page 132

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194. REVEAU BASSETT (Am. 1897-1981)

Ducks in Flight oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower right: Reveau Bassett $15,000 - $18,000

194 195. HOWARD COOK (Am. 1901-1980)

East Wall, San Antonio P.O. Lobby Frescos, 1937 (Design Rejected), Howard Cook gouache on paper 7 x 20 1/2 signed: Howard Cook $2,000 - $4,000 In 1936, Howard Cook won a nationwide competition held by the Public Works of Art Project for the mural commission for the new San Antonio Post Office being built across from the Alamo. Cook was paid $12,000 ($217,000 in today’s dollars) for the commission which he began in 1937 and took two years to complete. The 16panel mural is entitled San Antonio’s Importance in Texas History and it depicts scenes ranging from the Spanish conquistadors to the arrival of the Southern Pacific Railroad. Technically, the panels are frescoes and, at the time of completion, were the largest in North America. This study, done in 1937, is a proposed rendering of the east wall. Cook used South Texas cowboys and locals as models for his subjects. Of the three cowboys in the left foreground, one was the author J. Frank Dobie, and another was the last living cowboy from the first Chisholm Trail cattle drive in 1867. The goats in the right foreground were moved to another panel and the two prominent goats became the subject of Cook’s award-winning 1937 lithograph Nanny and Kid.

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196 196. HAROLD OSMAN KELLY (Am. 1884-1955)

Ohio River Sidewhealer oil on masonite 14 x 20 signed lower left: Kelly $10,000 - $20,000 PROVENANCE: Collection of

the Artist, H.O. Kelly; Fred C. Cutter Collection; Private Collection, Portland, OR This painting was exhibited in the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts show: Retrospective Exhibition H.O. Kelly (18841955), October 8-November 13, 1960. The painting is listed in the exhibition catalogue as item 11.

197. CLINTON KING (Am. 1901-1979)

Still Life oil on board 24 x 18 signed lower right: Clinton King $2,000 - $4,000

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198 198. DOUG CLARK (Am. 20th Cent.)

Texas Spring oil on canvas 5 x 7 signed lower left: Douglas Clark $150 - $300

199. DOUG CLARK (Am. 20th Cent.)

Miniature Repose, 3/50 bronze 2 1/2 x 5 x 3 signed on sculptural base: 3/50, Douglas B. Clark $200 - $400

200. DOUG CLARK (Am. 20th Cent.)

Panhandle Pronghorn, 2/33 bronze 8 x 11 x 3 1/2 signed on sculptural base: 2/33, Douglas B. Clark $1,200 - $1,800

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201 201. VELMA DOZIER (Am. 1901-1988)

Gold Cross gold and mixed media 5 x 3 $2,000 - $4,000

202. CHARLES UMLAUF (Am. 1911-1994)

Flight, 1949 bronze 10 1/4 x 13 x 9 1/2 signed on sculptural base: Umlauf $15,000 - $20,000

203. LINDA RIDGEWAY (Am. 1947)

Untitled to Series bronze 64 1/2 x 15 x 2 1/4 $1,500 - $3,000

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New York City native, Seymour Fogel studied at the National Academy of Design in New York and the Art Students League under Leon Kroll and George Brandt Bridgeman where he mastered realism and executing the human form. Diego Rivera took him on as an assistant to complete a mural at Rockefeller Center. In the 1930’s Fogel traversed the country by train rendering imagery from the Great Depression, these works have landed in collections such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Ogden Collection in New Orleans, LA. The Works Progress Administration commissioned him several projects in New York, Washington D.C., Minnesota and Arizona, as a result his figurative works from the 1930’s focused on social realism.

204. SEYMOUR FOGEL

In 1946 started his professorship in the art department at the University of Texas at Austin where he joined the ranks of forward thinking modernist painters. This first decade of modernist outpouring included 6 series: pastiche, mother and child, seraphic, limestone, flagellant and multi-style.

Original gallery label on reverse: Graham Gallery, NY

(Am. 1911-1984)

Untitled, 1947 oil on canvas 32 x 50 signed lower right: Fogel ’47 $15,000 - $20,000

This painting fits in the “pastiche” style, conveying styles of his greatest influences of this time both cubist Pablo Picasso and color palate of Piet Mondrian; Fogel draws on both to create his own style. Picasso’s stylistic influence on Fogel work in this painting are uncanny. This marks his first foray into modernism, which Fogel mastered in this period and beyond.

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205 205. SEYMOUR FOGEL (Am. 1911-1984)

sketch, mural commission 1953 tempera on paper 11 x 28 letter of authenticity accompanies painting $6,000 - $12,000 Original gallery label on reverse: Graham Gallery, NY

206. SEYMOUR FOGEL (Am. 1911-1984)

Untitled, Found Object Construction mixed media sculpture 25 x 12 x 8 1/4 estate stamp $2,000 - $4,000

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207 207. ROBERT PREUSSER (Am. 1919-1992)

Mystical Place, c. 1930 oil on board 10 x 7 signed upper left: Robert Preusser $6,000 - $10,000

208. GEORGE GRAMMER (Am. 1928-)

Winter Night, Derrick in the Snow oil on canvas 50 x 30 signed lower right: Grammer $20,000 - $30,000

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209. BILL BOMAR (Am. 1919-1990)

Untitled oil on canvas 20 x 31 $8,000 - $12,000 This painting was exhibited in the Bill Bomar Retrospective at the Grace Museum

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210 210. ALEXANDRE HOGUE (Am. 1898-1994)

New Mexico Landscape,1930 paint on plaster 15 x 19 signed lower right: Alexandre Hogue, 1930 $50,000 - $80,000 PROVENANCE :

Mural from the wall of the Benjamin and Harriett Grandstaff home in Dallas. Rebecca Lawton writes in an essay on this painting: “This piece serves as a postscript to the painting Across the Valley – Taos, 1929, which Hogue Scholar, Susie Kalil, has identified as the view from his studio in Kibbe Couse house looking south towards the Truchas Peaks”

211. ROMA REAGAN CONNER (Am. 1894-1978)

Head of Woman, c. 1930 paint on plaster 25 x 13 signed lower right: Conner $1,000 - $3,000 PROVENANCE: Mural from the wall of the Benjamin and Harriett Grandstaff home in Dallas

212. LOUIS OSCAR GRIFFITH (Am. 1875-1956)

Lots 210 - 212 were murals painted on the walls of the home of Benjamin and Harriett Grandstaff in Stevens Park Estates of Oak Cliff in Dallas. Harriett was a Dallas artist and former Frank Reaugh student. Reaugh recalls the Grandstaff’s home in a letter to L.O. Griffith. Harriett went on to have a successful career as a fashion illustrator in Dallas for Sanger Brothers and Neiman-Marcus. What made their home unique was her home studio. Rebecca Lawton wrote a piece on these murals. In her essay Lawton discovered that Dallas Morning News writer Maurine Osburn wrote a piece on their home and studio on June 8, 1930. It “described the studio as ‘cozy and comfortable,’ but also noted that it was ‘unusual’ in one repect: its walls displayed paintings by the Grandstaff ’s artist-friends ‘that could never be stolen.’” – Source Essay by Rebecca Lawton

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Landscape, 1930 paint on plaster 22 x 17 signed lower right: LO Griffith $2,000 - $4,000 PROVENANCE:

Mural from the wall of the Benjamin and Harriett Grandstaff home in Dallas

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213 213. LOREN MOZLEY (Am. 1905-1989)

Salamanca, Spain oil on canvas 12 x 13 3/4 signed lower right: Mozley $12,000 - $18,000

214. HIRAM WILLIAMS (Am. 1917-2003)

Three Nudes, 1959 oil on canvas 96 x 72 signed lower right: HR Williams 1959 $6,000 - $12,000 PROVENANCE: The Estate of Hiram Williams, current

Exhibited: The Harn Museum of Art at University of Florida

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Hiram Williams was professor Emeritus at University of Florida and had an extremely prolific and widely exhibited career in abstract expressionism. His works hung at the Guggenheim and was purchased by the Museum of Modern Art, where he was recognized by Dorothy Miller. Most recently his paintings, including this work hung at the University of Florida’s Harn Museum of Art. In Katie Robinson Edwards book: Midcentury Modern Art in Texas © 1994, the University of Texas Press, Edwards writres: “Williams contended with the influences of Picasso, Arshile Gorky, and the British painters Graham Sutherland and Francis Bacon. Williams felt that his paintings conveyed a ‘general note of Abstract Expressionism’ and ‘were becoming almost academic’ – according to the biography by Robert Larson.” This painting was part of a series created in 1958-59 as a result of a University of Texas grant, where he joined faculty in 1954. Edwards explains in her book that Donald Weisman wrote an essay on this series. Edwards writes: “The twenty-eight completed canvases range from 4x6 feet to 8x12 feet. Thus, they matched the grand scale of some Abstract Expressionist works, but nearly all of Williams’s were figurative. A dark-suited man, his body distorted by motion, recurs throughout what Williams calls his “Guilty Men” series. The motif offered an indictment of postwar white-collar culture and its concomitant alienation. In lieu of Cubist fragmentation, Williams’s unsettling figures are uncannily integrated. The painter traced his “problem” back to 1947, when he desired to make “whole figurative images without fracturing that image (as in cubism).” Williams noted further: “Fracturing has become a device. Break the picture into little squares and you have painted ‘Modern.’ Undisciplined students, ignorant of what painting is about, learn to break up their pictures, and immediately expect to bask in fame as painters.” William’s work was influenced by his experiences during WWII. Constance Ctumin wrote in her article in 2000, “Summer’s End Signals Beginning of New Art Season,” that: “These paintings are not at all horrific. Painted in warm creamy tones they are sometimes even comical, resembling a chorus line of dancers at rest or in need of a serious workout. Sometimes a torso is rendered in such severe economy, it resembles Chinese calligraphy.”

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215. ZANNE HOCHBERG (Am.1931-2001)

Grand Symphony oil on canvas 66 x 77 $15,000 - $20,000

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216 216. ZANNE HOCHBERG (Am. 1931-2001)

Untitled, 1979 watercolor 30 x 22 1/4 signed lower right: Z. Hochberg 1979 $3,000 - $6,000

217. ZANNE HOCHBERG (Am.1931-2001)

Blue Poppies mixed media 6 1/2 x 7 1/2 $1,000 - $2,000

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218 218. ZANNE HOCHBERG (Am.1931-2001)

Untitled, Abstraction oil on canvas 70 x 60 signed lower right: Z. Hochberg $7,500 - $10,000

219. ZANNE HOCHBERG (Am.1931-2001)

Fancy Lady with Green Hat watercolor 29 x 22 $5,000 - $8,000

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220 220. WARD LOCKWOOD (Am. 1894-1963)

Monument oil on masonite 29 1/2 x 24 signed lower right: Lockwood $6,000 - $12,000 This painting was published and illustrated on page 96 of the book: Ward Lockwood, by Charles Eldredge. Exhibited: San Francisco Art Association (label on reverse)

221. WARD LOCKWOOD (Am. 1894-1963)

Foliate Movement oil on canvas 36 x 50 signed lower right: Lockwood $3,000 - $6,000

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223 222. FLORA BLANC REEDER (Am. 1916-1995)

Still Life oil on canvas 23 1/4 x 19 signed lower right: Flora Blanc $3,000 - $5,000 Museum exhibition label on reverse

223. DICKSON REEDER (Am. 1912-1970)

Lovers pastel on paper 19 x 11 1/2 signed lower left: D Reeder $1,000 - $2,000

224. DICKSON REEDER (Am. 1912-1970)

Portrait: Woman + Man oil on board 12 x 9 $1,000 - $2,000

225. DICKSON REEDER (Am. 1912-1970)

Ann Holland, Age 6 oil on canvasboard 14 x 12 signed lower right: D Reeder $2,500 - $5,000

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226 226. JOSEPHINE MAHAFFEY (Am. 1903-1982)

Woman in Yellow Dress oil on canvas 36 x 30 signed lower right: JM $1,000 - $2,000

227. GEORGE GRAMMER (Am. 1928-)

View of Fort Worth Skyline from the North, 1945 watercolor 19 x 23 1/2 signed lower right: Grammer ’45 $3,000 - $6,000

228. KELLY FEARING (Am. 1918-2011)

The Wood Gatherers, 1947 watercolor 19 x 28 signed lower right: Kelly Fearing 1947 $4,000 - $8,000

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229 229. KELLY FEARING (Am. 1918-2011)

The Burrow, 1961 oil on canvas 5 x 6 signed lower left: Kelly Fearing $1,000 - $2,000

230. KELLY FEARING (Am. 1918-2011)

Circe’s Echo, c. 1950 oil on canvas 22 x 14 signed lower left: Kelly Fearing $1,000 - $2,000

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231 231. BROR UTTER (Am. 1913-1993)

Portrait oil on board 16 x 12 signed lower middle: Bror Utter $1,000 - $2,000

232. BROR UTTER (Am. 1913-1993)

Untitled, Architectural Site with Tree, Archways, May 1956 watercolor on paper 21 x 29 signed lower right: Bror Utter 3/56 $1,500 - $3,000

233. DAVID BROWNLOW (Am. 1915-2006)

Cathedral oil on board 30 x 48 $3,000 - $6,000

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234 234. DAVID BROWNLOW (Am. 1915-2008)

Abstract Landscape, 1958 oil on masonite 30 x 36 signed lower left: David Brownlow 58 $3,000 - $6,000

235. DAVID BROWNLOW (Am. 1915-2006)

Abstraction oil on board 34 x 22 signed lower left: David Brownlow $1,500 - $3,000

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236 236. BILL BOMAR (Am. 1919-1990)

Untitled oil on canvas 28 x 22 signed lower right: BB $6,000 - $8,000

237. BILL BOMAR (Am. 1919-1991)

Ice River c. 1955 oil on canvas 50 x 37 7/8 signed lower left: Bill Bomar $8,000 - $12,000

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238 238. VERONICA HELFENSTELLER (Am. 1910-1964)

Farmhouse, 1940 watercolor on paper 10 x 15 signed lower right: V Helfensteller $1,500 - $3,000

239. VERONICA HELFENSTELLER (Am. 1910-1964)

Shanties, 1942 watercolor on paper 9 x 12 $1,500 - $3,000

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240 240. GEORGIA CARR (Am. 1903-1999)

Manuel Torres oil on canvas 17 x 19 signed lower left: Georgia Carr $2,000 - $4,000 Museum exhibition label attached on reverse

241. VERA BARNETT (Am. 1957-)

Pool Toys, 1991 oil on canvas 46 x 42 signed lower right: Vera Barnett, 1991 $6,000 - $12,000

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242 242. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Cactus and Crows 1983 oil on canvas 30 x 24 signed lower right: Otis Dozier ’83 $20,000 - $30,000

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243. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

West Texas with Yucca, 1986 oil on canvas 30 x 48 signed lower right: Otis Dozier 1986 $15,000 - $25,000

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244. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Rock Formation oil on board 24 x 36 $6,000 - $12,000 PROVENANCE:

Otis Dozier Estate; Denni Davis Washburn from above by descent.

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245 245. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Owl, 1964 pastel on paper 7 1/2 x 7 1/2 signed lower right: Dozier 64 $600 - $1,200

246. OTIS DOZIER (Am. 1904-1987)

Jack Rabbit oil on paper 11 x 16 $1,500 - $3,000

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247. WILLIAM LESTER (Am. 1910-1991)

Little Mexico, 1930 oil on board 14 x 15 signed on reverse: W Lester, 1930 $8,000 - $12,000

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248 248. EDMUND D. KINZINGER (Am. 1888-1963)

Reflecting Peasant, 1932 oil on board 15 x 14 signed lower left: EDK 32 $6,000 - $12,000

249. EDMUND D. KINZINGER (Am. 1888-1963)

The Kiss mixed media on paper 9 x 11 $2,000 - $4,000

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250 250. EVERETT SPRUCE (Am. 1908-2002)

After the Rainstorm, 1990 oil on masonite 20 x 24 signed lower right: Spruce $12,000 - $18,000

251. DeFORREST JUDD (Am. 1916-1993)

Cross Terlingua with Blue Sky, 1981 oil on canvas 24 x 48 signed lower right: DeForrest Judd ’81 $10,000 - $15,000 Original, handwritten by Judd label on reverse: Cross, Terlingua with Blue Sky 1981, oil on canvas 24 x 48

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252. ED BEARDEN (Am. 1919-1980)

New Mexico Landscape, 1963 oil on board 17 x 48 signed lower right: Ed Bearden ’63 $15,000 - $25,000

253 253. DONALD S. VOGEL (Am. 1917-2004)

Woman and Cat oil on canvas 50 x 42 signed lower right: D. Vogel $4,000 - $8,000

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254 254. MICHAEL FRARY (Am. 1918-2005)

Guadalupe, c. 1980 watercolor 24 x 30 signed lower right: Frary $1,000 - $2,000

255. MICHAEL FRARY (Am. 1918-2005)

River Scene watercolor 24 x 30 signed lower right: Frary $1,000 - $2,000

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256 256. CECIL CASEBIER (Am. 1922-1996)

Abstract, 1957 oil on masonite 48 x 30 signed lower right: CL Casebier ’57 $2,000 - $4,000 Exhibited: Texas Modern, Rediscovery of Early Texas Abstraction, Martin Museum of Art

257. CECIL CASEBIER (Am. 1922-1999)

Man Reading, 1961 oil on canvas 60 x 48 signed lower right: Cecil Casebier $8,000 - $12,000

258. CHESTER TONEY (Am. 1925-1960)

Abstract, 1956 oil on masonite 24 x 30 signed lower right: Chester Toney 56 $2,500 - $5,000

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259 259. CHARLES UMLAUF (Am. 1911-1994)

Bull mixed media 14 x 21 signed lower left: C Umlauf $4,000 - $6,000

260. ROBERT PREUSSER (Am. 1919-1992)

Carborundum 2 mixed media 24 x 18 signed lower right: Preusser $2,500 - $5,000

261. NINA PEEPLES (Am. 1899-1979)

Neighbors of the City, 1939 gouache on paper 10 x 7 1/2 signed lower right: Nina Peeples 1939 $600 - $1,200

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262 262. GARY RICHARDSON (Am. 20th Cent.)

Fish on String, 1995 acrylic on canvas 36 x 19 signed lower right: GAR $1,500 - $3,000

263. ARTHUR AMES (Am. 1906-1975)

Allegory of Summer, 1946 oil on canvas 24 x 28 signed lower right: Arthur Ames 46 $1,000 - $2,000

264. WILLIAM ANZALONE (Am. 1935-)

Untitled, Circus oil on canvas 24 x 36 signed lower right: Anzalone $1,000 - $2,000

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265 265. JOHN ERWIN (Am. 1920-2000)

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Alamo Street, 1975 oil on masonite 18 x 24 signed lower right: J.B. Erwin $1,200 - $1,800

266. EDITH BRISAC (Am. 1894-1974)

Jardin watercolor 20 x 24 signed lower right: Edith M. Brisac $1,500 - $3,000

267. JOSEPH GLASCO (Am. 1925-1996)

Dangerous Archipelagos, 1953 encaustic and oil on paper 22 x 28 signed lower right: Glasco 1953 $2,500 - $5,000

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268. OCTAVIO MEDELLIN (Am. 1907-1999)

Mayan Abstract, 1939 gouache on paper 20 x 20 signed lower right: To Miss Laura Hall, 1939, Octavio Medellin, Nov 39, San Antonio $2,000 - $4,000

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269 269. CARRIE L. BALLANTYNE (Am. 1956-)

Pass Creek Cowgirl colored pencil on paper 19 1/8 x 12 1/4 signed lower left: C Ballantyne $18,000 - $25,000

270. WILLIAM HILL (Am. 1922-2009)

Hanging Around the Ranch oil on canvas 18 x 24 signed lower right: Bill Hill $1,000 - $2,000

271. JAMES BUCHANAN WINN (Am. 1905-1979)

A Ranch House oil on board 10 x 14 signed on reverse: J.B. Winn Jr. $1,000 - $2,000 This painting was exhibited in the show: Neighbors: Texas Artists in New Mexico at the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum in 2003

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272 272. SCOTT & STUART GENTLING (Am. 20th Cent.)

Of Birds And Texas, Ed 450/500 folio 29 1/2 x 23 1/2 signed on cover page in ink by: Scott Gentling, John Graves and Stuart Gentling $2,500 - $5,000

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Folio; Edition of 500, 1986. Size overall 29 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches, Fort Worth, TX natives and twin brother duo of painters created this folio in 1986 depicting landscapes and birds of Texas. The folio contains 137 sheets, 50 of which are 50 images of the birds and landscapes. Commentary by the twins precedes each of the plates. The foreword in the folio is by Harry Tennison, followed by a written introduction by Stuart Gentling and an essay titled A Collection of a Texas Bird Glimpser, by Texas author John Graves. This copy is in excellent condition.

273. CLARA McDONALD WILLIAMSON (Am. 1875-1976)

Plowing the Field pastel on paper 22 x 28 signed lower right: Clara Williamson $8,000 - $12,000

274. FRED DARGE (Am. 1900-1978)

Tack House oil on canvas 24 x 32 $18,000 - $25,000 PROVENANCE: Joseph Sartor

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Gallery, 1938, Private collection, Dallas, TX purchased from above in 1938 (Jim Carey, acquired from collection above)

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275 275. KARL HATFIELD (Am. 1886-)

El Paso, 1937 oil on board 11 x 14 signed lower left: Hatfield 1937 $500 - $1,000

276. THELMA PARK (Am. 1901-1997)

Grand Canyon watercolor 11 x 20 signed lower left: Thelma Park $800 - $1,200

277. IRENE VALENTINE FULTON (Am. 1898-1988)

River Scene charcoal on paper 20 1/2 x 28 signed lower right: Irene Valentine Fulton $1,000 - $2,000

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278-A & B 278. EDWARD LANNING (Am. 1906-1981)

2 Mural Studies executed in 1937 depicting the History of Texas egg tempera full sheet for each: 7 x 74 $4,000 - $6,000 Exhibited: Painting in America, Mural Art in the New Era show at the Wichita Art Museum in 1988 (Original exhibition label affixed to back of one framed panel). These works were also shown at: Midtown Galleries, NY, NY and at Srahow gallery in NY, NY.

Please note: Murals are shown in half sections, full sheet is 7 x 74 inches

A. History of Texas, North Wall: The Call to Arms; The Cannon at Gonzalez; The Siege of the Alamo; The Defense of the Alamo; Santa Anna Surrenders to Houston; The First Railroad

Please note: Murals are shown in half sections, full sheet is 7 x 74 inches

B. History of Texas, South Wall: Coronado, Father Marco & Estenvanico; The Building of the Missions; The Burial of the Bells; The Meeting of Austin & Bastrop; Hanna Long ‘The Mother of Texas’; The Arrival of Austin’s Colonists

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279-A & B / A & B 279. EDWARD LANNING (Am. 1906-1981)

4 Items all executed in 1937 egg tempera each – 6 1/2 x 20 1/2 or 7 x 21 $2,500 - $5,000 Exhibited: Painting in America, Mural Art in the New Era show at the Wichita Art Museum in 1988 (Original exhibition label affixed to back of one framed panel). These works were also shown at: Midtown Galleries, NY, NY and at Show gallery in NY, NY A. Mural Sketch, East Wall: The Chisholm Trail; Cotton

B. Mural Sketch, West Wall: The Indian Attack; Early Settlers

A. Mural Study, East Wall: The Chisholm Trail; Cotton

B. Mural Study, West Wall: The Indian Attack; Early Settlers

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280 280. FLORENCE McCLUNG (Am. 1894-1992)

Early Fall, Irving, Texas oil on board 20 x 24 signed lower left: F McClung $3,000 - $6,000

281. CHESTER SNOWDEN (Am. 1900-1984)

Untitled oil on masonite 18 x 24 signed lower right: Snowden $1,500 - $2,500

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282 282. CHESTER SNOWDEN (Am. 1900-1984)

Downtown oil on board 16 x 20 signed lower right: Snowden $500 - $1,000

283. CHESTER SNOWDEN (Am. 1900-1984)

Abstract oil on board 16 x 20 signed lower right: Snowden $500 - $1,000

284. ANN CUSHING GANTZ (Am. 1935-2012)

Arch Angel oil on paperboard 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 signed lower right: Cushing $600 - $1,200

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285 285. REVEAU BASSETT (Am. 1897-1981)

Sunset oil on canvas 10 x 13 1/2 signed lower left: Reveau Bassett $2,500 - $3,500

286. REVEAU BASSETT (Am. 1897-1981)

Three Ducks oil on canvasboard 9 x 12 signed lower right: Reveau Bassett $2,500 - $3,500

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287 287. MELISSA MILLER (Am. 1951-)

Night Phenomenon, 1996 watercolor on paper 41 1/2 x 29 1/2 signed lower right: Miller $4,000 - $8,000

288. EMERY A. FILLEAU (Am. 1855-1934)

Native American on Horseback oil on canvas 27 x 37 signed lower right: EA Filleau 1930 $600 - $1,200

289. FORREST MOSES (Am. 1934-)

Canyon Blanca oil on canvas 48 x 50 signed lower right: FM $2,000 - $4,000

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290 290. SANDY WATSON (Am. 20th Cent.)

Wild Ride, 2015 acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 $3,000 - $4,000

291. STEVE MILLER (Am. 20th Cent.)

You Drop In acrylic on canvas 18 x 24 signed lower right: S Miller, Isaiah 35 $2,000 - $4,000

292. STEVE MILLER (Am. 20th Cent.)

T & P Station acrylic on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: S Miller, Psalm 104: 23, 24 $2,000 - $4,000

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293 293. ROBERT PUMMILL (Am. 1936-)

Night at the Dallas Opera oil on canvas 30 x 48 signed lower left: Pummill © 81 $6,000 - $12,000

294. COREEN SPELLMAN (Am. 1905-1978)

Seated Nude glazed pottery 7 1/2 x 6 x 7 signed inside: CM Spellman $1,000 - $2,000

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295 295. MURRAY BEWLEY (Am. 1884-1964)

The Love Letter oil on board 16 x 12 signed lower right: M Bewley $2,500 - $5,000

296. MURRAY BEWLEY (Am. 1884-1964)

Portrait oil on canvas 34 x 28 signed lower right: M Bewley $8,000 - $12,000

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297 297. ROBERT WOOD (Am. 1889-1979)

Autumn Scene oil on canvas 25 x 30 signed lower right: Robert Wood $2,500 - $5,000

298. JON FLAMING (Am. 20th Cent.)

Goodwill Baptist Church oil on canvas 20 x 24 signed upper right: Jon Flaming $2,000 - $4,000

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299. BILL WIMAN (Am. 1940-)

Untitled oil on canvas 45 x 84 signed lower right: Wiman $8,000 - $12,000

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300 300. MARVIN SIGEL (Am. 1932-)

The Midway oil on masonite 30 x 40 signed lower right: Sigel $1,000 - $2,000

301. MARVIN SIGEL (Am. 1932-)

The Masquerade, 1956 oil on masonite 30 x 40 signed lower right: Sigel $1,000 - $2,000

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302 302. MARVIN SIGEL (Am. 1932-)

Portrait of a Woman watercolor on paper 23 x 17 1/2 $500 - $1,000

303. MARVIN SIGEL (Am. 1932-)

Watermelon Still Life watercolor on paper 16 x 20 signed lower right: Marvin Sigel $400 - $800

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304 304. JOHN GUERIN (Am. 1920-2000)

Taberna Odysseus oil on canvas 36 x 48 signed lower right: John Guerin $2,500 - $5,000

305. HEDWYN SANDERS (Am. 1885-1971)

Lake Worth oil on canvas 20 x 24 signed lower left: H. Sanders $800 - $1,200

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306 306. HARRY CARNOHAN (Am. 1904-1969)

Double Sided Drawing mixed media on paper 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 $2,000 - $4,000

307. ROBERT HARRISON (Am. 1949-)

Bluebonnet Landscape oil on canvas 8 x 10 signed lower left: Robert Harrison $900 - $1,500

308. ROBERT HARRISON (Am. 1949-)

Bluebonnet Landscape oil on canvas 9 x 12 signed lower left: Robert Harrison $1,000 - $2,000

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309 309. STEVE ARMES (Am. 1958-2017)

Fort Worth Botanic Gardens oil on board 9 x 12 signed lower left: S. Armes $1,000 - $2,000

310. STEVE ARMES (Am. 1958-2017)

Spring Light oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: S. Armes $3,000 - $6,000

311. PAM BOWMAN (Am. 20th Cent.)

Untitled, Green & Primary acrylic on canvas 48 x 48 signed on reverse: Pam Bowman $1,000 - $2,000

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312. PAM BOWMAN (Am. 20th Cent.)

New Beginnings acrylic on canvas 36 x 48 signed on reverse: Pam Bowman $1,000 - $2,000

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313 313. DWIGHT C. HOLMES (Am. 1900-1986)

Surf Laguna Beach, CA oil on board 12 x 16 signed lower left: Dwight C. Holmes $1,000 - $2,000

314. F. De La FUENTE (Am. 20th Cent.)

Jacals with Bluebonnets oil on canvas 24 x 36 signed lower left: F. De La Fuente $1,000 - $2,000

315.WILDA NAN TANDY WEST (Am. 1927-2016)

Ozona, 1957 oil on masonite 20 x 24 signed lower right: Nan Tandy West, 1957 $1,000 - $2,000

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316. COREEN SPELLMAN (Am. 1905-1978)

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El Campo Santo, Trampas, NM 1947 watercolor on paper 21 1/2 x 13 1/4 signed across bottom: El Campo Santo, Trampas, NM, Coreen Mary Spellman $1,000 - $2,000

317. LUCILLE HARRIS LOCKE (Am. 1904-1989)

M.L.T. Railroad watercolor on paper 16 x 20 signed lower right: Lucie H. Locke $1,000 - $2,000

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318 318. SARAH INGLISH McDONALD (Am. 1900-)

Looking East from San Angelo Road, South of Buffalo Gap, 1934 oil on masonite 12 x 16 signed lower left: Sarah Inglish McDonald $1,000 - $2,000

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319. ROLLA TAYLOR (Am. 1871-1970)

Mexican Village oil on canvas 12 x 16 signed lower right: Rolla Taylor $1,000 - $2,000

320. JOSEPH LANE (Am. 1900-)

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Still Life oil on canvas 32 x 36 signed lower right: Joseph Lane $1,000 - $2,000

321. DON EDELMAN (Am. 1925-2011)

Sunday Morning, Ward, Colo. 1955 oil on masonite 18 x 24 signed upper left: 55 & Symbol $850 - $1,500

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322. OLIN TRAVIS (Am. 1888-1975)

Ozarks, 1916 oil on canvas 10 x 8 signed lower right:Olin Travis $800 - $1,200

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324 323. INEZ STAUB ELDER (Am. 1894-1991)

My Dallas Home, 1940 pastel on paper 8 1/2 x 11 signed lower left: Inez Staub Elder $800 - $1,200

324. ARY STILLMAN (Am. 1891-1967)

Untitled pastel on paper 15 x 12 signed lower right: Stillman $800 - $1,200

325. SAM GUMMELT (Am. 1944-)

White Grid, 1999 mixed media 28 x 18 signed lower left: Sam Gummelt 1999 $750 - $2,000

325 326. ROY KEISTER (Am. 1886-1983)

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Rio Grande Valley oil on canvas 24 x 30 signed lower left: Roy Keister $700 - $1,400

327. URSULA LAUDERDALE (Am. 1879-1993)

Untitled, 2 Figures oil on canvas 16 x 18 signed lower right: Ursula Lauderdale $600 - $1,200

328. GENEVA FLORES HART (Am. 1906-2008)

Girl and Turkey Egg oil on canvas 32 x 21 1/2 $600 - $1,200

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329. PEARL SHOCKLEY (Am. 1881-1959)

Floral Still Life oil on canvas 32 x 30 signed lower left: Pearl Shockley $600 - $1,200

330. CORA OSTROM (Am. 1871-1956)

Eagle Pass Home oil on canvasboard 12 x 16 signed lower right: C Ostrom $500 - $1,000

331. STACY PEEPLES (Am. 20th Cent.)

Skies of the Metroplex acrylic on canvas 48 x 80 $500 - $1,500

332. TOM VAN BUREN (Am. 1989)

Tessmer in Courtroom oil on board 46 x 60 signed lower left: Tom Van Buren $1,500 - $3,000

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333. GENEVA FLORES HART (Am. 1906-2008)

Uphill Climb, Allen High School gouache on paper 20 x 26 1/2 signed lower right: Hart $400 - $800

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334. CARL RICE EMBREY (Am. 1938-)

Quiet oil on masonite 12 x 16 signed on reverse: Quiet, CR Embrey $400 - $800

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336 335. NANCY WORTH (Am. 20th Cent.)

Prickly Pear Cactus, 1988 watercolor on paper 24 x 18 signed lower right: Nancy Worth $300 - $800

336. CHARLES B. NORMANN (Am. 1903-1985)

Trees and Adobes mixed media on paper 15 x 13 1/4 $300 - $600

337. GENEVA FLORES HART (Am. 1906-2008)

Rooftops and Church oil on paper 12 x 9 signed lower left on matte: 312-K-Sec 4; signed lower right (matte): G. Flores Hart $300 - $600

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338. CHARLES B. NORMANN (Am. 1903-1985)

Angled Landscape oil on paper 12 1/4 x 9 signed lower left on matte: 312-K-Sec 4; signed lower right (matte): C.B. Normann $300 - $600

339. AL BARNES (Am. 1937-2015)

Sparkling City by the Sea oil on board 22 x 30 signed lower right: Barnes $300 - $500

340. GILLIAN BRADSHAWSMITH (Am. 20th Cent.)

Mural of Dallas oil on board 96 x 96 $1,000 - $2,000 340

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INDEX OF ARTISTS ABRAMS, LUCIAN ACOSTA, MANUEL AMES, ARTHUR ANZALONE, WILLIAM ARMES, STEVE ARPA, JOSE ATSARA, JOSE VIVES BAILEY, CARDEN BALLANTYNE, CARRIE L BARNES, AL BARNETT, VERA BASSETT, REVEAU BEARDEN, ED BEWLEY, MURRAY BLACK, STEVE O. BOATRIGHT, ELIZABETH KEEFER BOLTON, HALE BOMAR, BILL BONNER, MARY BOONE, ELMER L. BOWMAN, PAM BRADSHAW-SMITH, GILLIAN BREWER, ADRIAN BRISAC, EDITH BROWNING, JOHN GAITHA BROWNLOW, DAVID BURT, MARIE HAINES BYWATERS, JERRY CARNOHAN, HARRY CARR, GEORGIA CASEBIER, CECIL LANG CHEEK, JAMES BRUCE CHERRY, EMMA RICHARDSON CHILTON, ALICE CHRISMAN, PALMER CLARK, DOUG CLOONAN, FRANCIS AUSTIN COKE, LUCRETIA DONNEL NEWMAN COMPTON, CARL BENTON CONNER, ROMA REAGAN COOK, PAUL RODDA COOK , HOWARD DARGE, FRED DAVIS, ZOE DAWSON-WATSON, DAWSON DE LA FUENTE, F. DELABANO, BARNEY DEYOUNG, HARRY ANTHONY DILLARD, EMILY D. R. DOZIER, OTIS DOZIER, VELMA EDELMAN, DON EISENLOHR, EDWARD G ELDER, INEZ STAUB ELLIOT, WILLIAM EMBREY, CARL RICE EMEREE, BERLA ENSER, JAMES ERWIN, JOHN ESTILL, GERARD G. FEARING, KELLY FILLEAU, EMERY A. FLAMING, JON FOGEL, SEYMOUR FOWLER, THADDEUS M. FRARY, MICHAEL FULTON, IRENE VALENTINE GADBOIS, HENRI

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GANTZ, ANN CUSHING GENTILZ, THEODORE GENTLING, SCOTT & STUART GIBSON, DAVID GLASCO, JOSEPH GOFF, LLOYD LOZES GONZALES, JR., LEOPOLDO GONZALEZ, XAVIER GONZALEZ, JR., BOYER GRAMMER, GEORGE GRANTZ, ANN CUSHING GREEN, SARAH GRENET, LOUIS EDWARD GRIFFITH, LOUIS OSCAR GUERIN, JOHN GUMMELT, SAM HARRISON, RUTH DUNKEN HARRISON, ROBERT HART, GENEVA FLORES HARVEY, GERALD HATFIELD, KARL HELFENSTELLER, VERONICA HILL, WILLIAM HOCHBERG, ZANNE HOGUE, ALEXANDRE HOHNSTEDT, PETER HOLMES, DWIGHT C. HOPPE, CARL HUBBARD, BESS HUDDLE, NANNIE HURD, PETER JACKSON, EVERETT GEE JEFFERIES, ALMA LUCILLE JEFFERYS, ARTHUR BISHOP JUDD, DEFORREST KEISTER, ROY KELLEY, CHAPMAN KELLY, AVERY KELLY, HAROLD OSMAN KING, CLINTON KINZINGER, EDMUND D. KLEPPER, FRANK LANE, JOSEPH LANNING, EDWARD LAUDERDALE, URSULA LEA, TOM LEADER, MORRIS WALTON LENTZ, RICHARD LESTER, WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT, MARY LITTLEJOHN, MARGARET M. LOCKE, LUCILLE HARRIS LOCKWOOD, WARD LOZOWICK, LOUIS MAHAFFEY, JOSEPHINE MAPLES, BARBARA MAUZEY, MERRITT MCAFEE, ILA MCCLUNG, FLORENCE MCCONNELL, LEILA MCDADE, ELEN MARY O. MCDONALD, SARAH INGLISH MCGILL, ELOISE POLK MCVEIGH, BLANCHE MCVICKER, J. JAY MEDELLIN, OCTAVIO MEWHINNEY, ELLA K. MILLER, MELISSA MILLER, STEVE MOORE, LORAINE

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MOORE, TEX (JOHN MARCELLUS) MOSES, FORREST MOZLEY, LOREN NEWMAN, GILBERT NICHOLS, PERRY NICOLS, AUDLEY DEAN NORMANN, CHARLES B. NUNN, ANCEL ONDERDONK, JULIAN ONDERDONK, ROBERT OSTROM, CORA PARK, THELMA PEEPLES, NINA PEEPLES, STACY PREUSSER, ROBERT PUMMILL, ROBERT REAUGH, FRANK REEDER, DICKSON REEDER, FLORA BLANC RICHARDSON, GARY RIDGEWAY, LINDA RIZZIE, DAN ROBERTSON, HORACE O. RONEY, HAROLD ROSEN, CHARLES SALINAS, PORFIRIO SANDERS, HEDWYN SCHUMANN, PAUL SHOCKLEY, PEARL SIGEL, MARVIN SILVA, WILLIAM POSEY SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM A. SLIMP, HELEN SLOAN, JAMES BLANDING SMITH, EMILY GUTHRIE SNOWDEN, CHESTER SPELLMAN, COREEN SPRUCE, EVERETT STELL, TOM STILLMAN, ARY STOCKFLETH, JULIUS STRAHALM, FRANZ SWANN, JAMES TAYLOR, ROLLA TEEL, LEWIS THAIN, HOWARD THOMAS, SEYMOUR THOMSON, ADELE TONEY, CHESTER TRAVIS, OLIN TURNER, JANET TYLER, VALTON UMLAUF, CHARLES URBACH, AMELIA UTTER, BROR VAN BUREN, TOM VOGEL, DONALD S. WARREN, DON WATSON, SANDY WEST, WILDA NAN TANDY WILLIAMS, HIRAM WILLIAMSON, CLARA MCDONALD WIMAN, BILL WINN, JAMES BUCHANAN WOELTZ, JULIUS WOOD, ROBERT WORTH, NANCY WORTHMAN, HARRY ZIEGLER, SAMUEL P.

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