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April 4, 2020 • Session I

April 7, 2018 • Session I


Front Cover 129 G. Harvey 1933-2017 Echoes of the Canyon Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches Signed lower right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $75,000 - 125,000

Opposite 123 Ray Swanson 1937-2004 Gathering at Agathla Oil on canvas 44 x 68 inches Signed lower right/CA Estimate: $25,000 - 35,000

Back Cover 99 Martin Grelle b. 1954 On a Winter Hunt Oil on canvas 28 x 30 inches Signed lower right/CA and dated 03; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $45,000 - 65,000


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JACK A. MORRIS JR.

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Friday, April 3 10:00am - 5:00pm.............................................................................................Registration & Preview Friday, April 7 6:00pm - 8:00pm..........................................................................................................Cocktail Preview 10:00am–5:00pm...............................................................................................Registration & Preview 6:00pm–8:00pm Saturday, April 4 ..........................................................................................................Cocktail Preview

8:00am - 9:00am...............................................................................................Registration & Preview Saturday, April 8 9:00am. .............................................................................................................First Session: Lots 1-136 8:30am–9:30am.................................................................................................Registration Preview 11:00am - 1:00pm...............................................................................................................Lunch&Buffet 9:30am ............................................................................................................. Session: Lots 1–141 12:30pm.................................................................................................. Second First Session: Lots 137-377 11:30am ...............................................................................................................................Lunch Buffet 1:00pm ....................................................................................................Second Session: Lots 142–386 Pre-registration available at www.scottsdaleartauction.com Pre-registration available at www.scottsdaleartauction.com

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BUYER’S PREMIUM The purchase price payable by the Purchaser shall be the total of the final bid price PLUS A PREMIUM OF SEVENTEEN PERCENT (17%) on any individual lot in the amount up to and including $500,000; TWELVE PERCENT (12%) on any individual lot on the amount in excess of $500,000. This premium is in addition to any commissions or other charges payable by the consignor. Auction The art illustrated in this catalogue will be offered for sale on April 4, 2020 by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC on premises at 7176 Main Street, Scottsdale, Arizona. Telephone Bidding As a courtesy to clients who are unable to attend the sale, a telephone and order (absentee) bid service will be offered as staff and time allow. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions or failure to execute such bids. Contact Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC at (480) 945-0225 (or register online) early for arrangements as telephone lines will be allocated on a first come basis. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC will arrange for telephone lines on lots with a minimum estimate of $5,000 and over. Absentee Bidding and Fax Confidential absentee bid orders for auction items may also be completed and will be executed by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC on behalf of the Purchaser during the auction. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions or failure to execute such intent to purchase orders or auction bids. This catalogue, as may be amended by posted notice or oral salesroom announcement, represents Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’s entire agreement with any and all purchasers of the Property listed herein. The following are Procedures, Terms and Conditions on which all such Property listed is offered for sale by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC as agent for various owners or other Consignors: 1. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC reserves the right to withdraw Property at any time before or at the sale and shall have no liability for such withdrawal. 2. All Property will be sold “AS IS”. With respect to each lot of Property, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC does not make any guarantees, warranties or representations, expressed or implied, as to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, the correctness of the catalogue or the authenticity or description of the Property, its physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibitions, literature or historical relevance. No statement, anywhere, whether oral or written, whether made in the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, or elsewhere, shall be deemed such a warranty, representation or assumption of liability. In no event shall Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC be responsible for genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin or condition of the purchased Property and no verbal statements made regarding the Property either before or after the sale of the Property, or in any bill of sale, invoice or catalogue or advertisement or elsewhere shall be deemed such a guarantee of genuineness, or authenticity. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if within ten (10) calendar days after the purchase of any lot of Property, the Purchaser provides an opinion by a recognized authority on the artist and gives notice in writing to Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC that the lot is not authentic, and returns the purchased lot to Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, within ten (10) days of its purchase in the same condition as when sold, then Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC will refund the full purchase price to the Purchaser. It shall be in the sole discretion of Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC as to whether the opinion provided by the Purchaser is an opinion by a recognized authority on the artist. 3. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC and/or Auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bids. The highest bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneer shall be the Purchaser. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the Auctioneer will have absolute and final discretion to either determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the Property item in dispute. After the sale, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’s record of final sale shall be conclusive.

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4. At the fall of the Auctioneer’s hammer, the Purchaser shall (a) be acknowledged by bidder number by the auctioneer, (b) pay the hammer price and a buyer’s premium as outlined above. In addition, Purchaser may be required to sign a confirmation of purchase. All sales are final with no exchanges or returns. 5. Unless exempted by law, the Purchaser will be required to pay any and all state and local tax pertaining to sales (sales tax, transaction privileged, etc...). It is the Purchaser's responsibility to pay any applicable use tax imposed by their state of residence on the total purchase price. In the event that sales tax has not been included in the invoiced amount and it is subsequently determined that Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC was required to collect sales tax in connection herewith, Purchaser shall reimburse Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC upon demand for any sales tax (or equivalent) accessed or due as a result of goods or services proveded by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC hereunder, unless Purchaser provides Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC evidence of exemption from such taxes. 6. Terms for all purchases will be cash, check or credit card (VISA/MasterCard/American Express) with settlement and payment due in full the day of the sale unless otherwise arranged. All monies shall be made payable to Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC. At the discretion of Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until funds represented by checks have been collected or the authenticity of bank or cashier’s checks has been confirmed. An additional 3% will be charged on all credit card payments. 7. No item of Property may be paid for or removed from Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC during the sale. After the sale has been completed and after the purchase price has been paid in full, Property must be removed from the saleroom at the Purchaser’s expense not later than three business days following the sale. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC will, as a service to Purchasers, arrange to have Property packed, insured and shipped, all charges at the expense and entire risk of Purchaser. 8. Some items of Property may be offered subject to a “reserve” or confidential minimum price below which the item will not be sold. In such instances, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC may implement the reserve by bidding through the Auctioneer on behalf of the Consignor. In no event shall the reserve exceed the low estimate in the catalogue. 9. Neither Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, nor Auctioneer, nor Consignor make any representations whatsoever that the Purchaser of a work of art will acquire any reproduction rights thereto. 10. These Conditions of Sale and any other applicable conditions, as well as the Purchaser’s and Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’s rights and obligations herein shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Arizona. If these conditions are not complied with by the Purchaser, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC may, in addition to other remedies available by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the Purchaser liable for the total purchase price stated on the Confirmation of Purchase Invoice, either (a) cancel the sale and retain as liquidated damages any and all payments made by the Purchaser or (b) resell the Property privately or at public auction on three days’ notice to the Purchaser for the payment of any deficiency in the purchase price and all costs including handling charges, warehousing, the expense of both sales, the commissions, reasonable attorneys’ fees, any and all other charges due and incidental damages. 11. Biding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, by phone, by Internet, by absentee bid, or through a representative. 12. In most instances, sculpture measurements do not include base. In measurements for two dimensional art, height precedes width and does not include frame. 13. Bidding increments will normally follow the pattern below but may vary at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer. Estimate Increment Estimate Increment Under 2,000............................. 100 20,000–50,000 ...................... 2,500 2,000–5,000 ............................. 250 50,000–100,000..................... 5,000 5,000–10,000............................ 500 over 100,000 ....................... 10,000 10,000–20,000....................... 1,000


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1 Patricia Dobson b. 1947 Hozho Graphite 14 x 13 inches Signed lower left and dated 2000; Dated May 2000 verso Estimate: $800 - 1,200

2 Joseph Velazquez b. 1942 The Man in the Caribou Coat Oil on canvas 12 x 9 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $800 - 1,200

3 Roseta Santiago b. 1946 Desert Light Oil on canvas 14 x 11 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000

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4 Harvey Johnson 1921-2005 To Head for the Border: On the Dodge Oil on board 12 x 24 inches Signed lower left/CA and dated 73 Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

Born into an artistic family in New York, Harvey Johnson fell in love with the West while studying with Harold Von Schmidt. Taking something of the style of his mentor as well as aspects of the realistic approach of John Clymer, Johnson favored works with numbers of figures, and was a stickler for accuracy. He was a charter member of the Cowboy Artists of America and would eventually settle in Santa Fe.

5 Edward Fraughton b. 1939 Thunder Bronze, cast number 16/30 12 inches high Signed and dated 1978 Estimate: $800 - 1,200

6 Kenneth Ottinger b. 1945 When the Red Men Wore Blue Coats Bronze, cast number 7/16 18 inches high, 25 inches wide Signed and dated 1974 Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

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7 John Jarvis b. 1946 Red Rock Riders Gouache 14 x 29 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

8 John Jarvis b. 1946 Scout Gouache 12 x 17 inches Signed lower left and dated 1985 Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

9 David Nordahl b. 1941 Two Miles to Water Oil on board 9 x 12 inches Signed lower left and dated 06 Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

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10 Carl Hantman b. 1935 Plains Thunder Oil on canvas 8 x 12 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

11 Frank Magsino b. 1937 Moving the Herd Oil on board 6 x 20 inches Signed lower left and dated 2008 Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

12 Russ Vickers 1923-1997 Days of Glory Oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches Signed lower right and dated 85; Signed and dated 1985 verso Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000 Russ Vickers began his career as a commercial illustrator in the aerospace industry in Los Angeles. In 1970, his paintings were featured over the opening and closing credits in the John Wayne film Chisum and he began showing his work in Sedona, AZ. Three years later, Vickers moved to Arizona, where he enjoyed a successful career as an easel painter of Western historical subjects.

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13 Patricia Dobson b. 1947 Collection of two paintings Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

Tesuque Pot Oil on canvas 11 x 14 inches Signed lower right and dated 2002; Signed, titled and dated verso

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Tesuque Olla Oil on canvas 11 x 14 inches Signed lower right and dated 2002; Signed, titled and dated verso

14 Buckeye Blake b. 1946 Starry Night Mixed Media 22 x 14 inches Signed lower left and dated 98

15 Buckeye Blake b. 1946 Hunting Wild Cattle Mixed Media 11 x 14 inches Signed lower left and dated 02

Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000

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17 Tony Abeyta b. 1965 Kachina Mask Mixed Media 18 x 18 inches Signed lower right 16 Mike Desatnick b. 1943 Songstress of the Sundance Oil on board 48 x 30 inches Signed lower left; Signed and titled verso

Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000

Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

18 Jimmy Abeita b. 1947 Hopi Basket Maker Oil on canvas 28 x 22 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000

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19 Bill Schenck b. 1947 New Mexico Shepherdess Oil on canvas 20 x 20 inches Signed lower left and dated 10 Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

20 Ross Stefan 1934-1999 Big Willy Oil on canvas 12 x 9 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500 Ross Stefan’s father worked in advertising in Milwaukee and was very supportive of his son’s artistic ambitions. At 13, Ross had his first art exhibition—a smash sellout. Six years later, the family moved to Arizona where Stefan studied before he headed out on his own. From his base in Tubac, Stefan pursued his interpretations of the people and landscapes of the Arizona desert.

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21 Sherry Sander b. 1941 A Colt Named Sonny Bronze, cast number 17/35 16 inches high Signed and dated 97 Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

22 Sherry Sander b. 1941 Cat & Paw Bronze, cast number 3/25 9 ½ inches high Signed and dated 84

23 George Phippen 1915-1966 Bull Bronze, cast number 21/50 5 inches high Signed

Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

Estimate: $800 - 1,200

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24 Ben Turner 1912-1966 Larkspur and Daisy Oil on canvas 25 x 30 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

Born in Gallup, New Mexico, Ben Turner could claim Native American ancestry and that he was a descendant of the great British painter J.M.W. Turner. Turner channeled the art of his ancestors, as well as his deep affection for the natural world. He studied with Couse, Blumenschein, Higgins, and Sharp and while his work shares certain qualities with the Taos Society, Turner’s canvases pop with color and thick, rhythmic patterns.

25 Robert Daughters 1929-2013 Happy Flower Oil on canvas 12 x 10 inches Signed lower left; Titled verso Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000 Third generation Taos artist Robert Daughters was inspired to move to New Mexico after seeing an exhibition of Cowboy Artists of America paintings in 1967. Daughters became part of the Taos Six, a group that included Walt Gonske and Rod Goebel. For many years, Daughters and his family lived in Berninghaus’s home. Van Gogh was a formative influence on Daughters and you can see this in Happy Flower, a portrait of a sunflower basking in the light with a fence and dappled trees in the background.

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26 Michelle Torrez b. 1956 French Woman’s Couch Oil on canvas 40 x 30 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $9,000 - 12,000

27 Ray Swanson 1937-2004 Wash Day at Sutri Watercolor 19 Âź x 29 inches Signed lower left/CA Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

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28 Michael Coleman b. 1946 Sioux Family Gouache 23 x 16 inches Signed lower right and dated 1977 Estimate: $4,500 - 6,500

29 Michael Coleman b. 1946 Winter Kill Gouache 11 x 15 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

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30 Jack Hines 1923-2015 A Good Day to Die Watercolor 18 x 30 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $1,500 - 3,500

31 Daro Flood 1954-2017 Collection of two bronzes Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000 Crow Bronze, cast number 12/30 11 inches high Signed

Blackfoot Dancer Bust Bronze, cast number 12/30 11 ½ inches high Signed S C O T T S D A L E A RT A U C T I O N

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32 R.S. Riddick b. 1952 The Long Journey Home Graphite 17 x 23 inches Signed lower left/CA; Signed, titled and dated 2006 verso Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

33 R.S. Riddick b. 1952 Aspen Courtship Song Graphite 12 x 14 inches Signed lower right/CA; Signed, titled and dated 2006 verso Estimate: $1,000 - 2,000

34 Jamie Means b. 1972 I’ll Be Home for Christmas Colored Pencil 17 ½ x 24 ½ inches Signed lower left and dated 10 Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

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35 Bob Scriver 1914-1999 To Ride a Bull Bronze, cast number 12/50 15 inches high Signed, titled and dated 1984 Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500 A natural heir to the realistic tradition in Western bronzes characterized by the work of Remington and Russell, Bob Scriver’s first career was as a musician. He turned to taxidermy in the early 1950’s and sculpture in 1956, devoting his life to depicting his friends—the cowboys and Blackfoot Indians of Wyoming and Montana—in rhythmic, vital works in bronze.

36 Bob Scriver 1914-1999 2 Seconds to Go Bronze, cast number 8/35 23 ½ inches high Signed, titled and dated 1974 Estimate: $3,000 - 6,000

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37 Linda St. Clair 1952-2018 Norma Jean Oil on canvas 36 x 30 inches Signed lower left; Signed and dated 2009 verso Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

38 Robert McCauley b. 1958 Origins of American Minimalism: The Rarefied Atmosphere Oil on board 36 x 48 inches Signed and dated 2001 verso Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

39 Trevor Swanson b. 1968 Walking the Cold Ridge Oil on canvas 20 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

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40 Julie Jeppsen b. 1960 Alert Oil on canvas 12 x 16 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

41 Julie Jeppsen b. 1960 Collection of two paintings Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

On Point Oil on canvas 12 x 16 inches Signed lower left

Setter Flush Oil on canvas 12 x 16 inches Signed lower right

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42 Bonnie Marris b. 1951 Fire and Ice Oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $9,000 - 12,000

43 Michael Coleman b. 1946 An Old Traveler Bronze, cast number 9/30 16 inches high, 27 inches wide Signed Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

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44 Robert Duncan b. 1952 After the Storm Oil on canvas 9 x 12 inches Signed lower left and dated 96; Signed, titled and dated verso

45 Dustin Van Wechel b. 1974 Storm Spotting Oil on board 16 x 11 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

Estimate: $800 - 1,200

46 Kent Ullberg b. 1945 Wolves at Timberline Bronze, cast number 19/30 17 ž inches high, 17 inches wide Signed Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

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47 Luke Frazier b. 1970 Grizzly Oil on board 18 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

48 Tim Shinabarger b. 1966 Collection of two bronzes Estimate: $2,800 - 4,800

Winter Willows (wall mount) Bronze, cast number 18/30 15 inches high Signed and dated 2013

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On High Alert (wall mount) Bronze, cast number 1/30 12 inches high Signed and dated 2014


49 Tim Shinabarger b. 1966 Wyoming Bull Bronze, cast number 24/25 21 inches high, 21 inches wide Signed and dated 94 Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

50 Luke Frazier b. 1970 The Intrusion Oil on board 24 x 36 inches Signed upper right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $4,500 - 6,500

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51 Robert Pummill b. 1936 A Small Outfit Watercolor 15 x 20 inches Signed lower right/CA and dated 97 Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

52 Robert Pummill b. 1936 Cactus Country Watercolor 12 Âź x 17 inches Signed lower right/CA Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

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53 Olaf Wieghorst 1899-1988 Corral Dust Oil on canvas 30 x 36 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $15,000 - 25,000

54 Olaf Wieghorst 1899-1988 Collection of two etchings Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

Calf Roping Etching 6 ½ x 8 ½ inches Initialed lower left in plate

A Buck Off Etching 6 x 5 inches Signed lower right and titled lower left

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55 Steven Lang b. 1960 The Sioux Fight Like Bulls Oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches Signed lower right/OPA Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

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56 Dave McGary 1958-2013 Tools of the Trade Bronze, cast number 89/150 25 ½ inches high Signed

57 Dave McGary 1958-2013 A Woman’s Touch Bronze, cast number 43/150 22 inches high Signed and dated 02

Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

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58 Michael Coleman b. 1946 Indian Campfire Scene Oil on board 14 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

59 Frank McCarthy 1924-2002 In a Mountain Meadow Oil on board 15 x 30 inches Signed lower left/CA and dated 1980; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $18,000 - 24,000

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60 Frank McCarthy 1924-2002 After the Encounter Oil on canvas 8 x 10 inches Signed lower left/CA; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

Frank McCarthy started out working elbow to elbow with the great painters of illustration’s Golden Age. They labored and brawled together in the 50’s and 60’s, living the life in what was called “The Bullpen,” a building in Midtown Manhattan that was, in reality, a hive of artists who lived from assignment to assignment as the “Mad Men” dreamed up campaigns for pulp novels, cigarettes, lingerie, and Oldsmobiles. McCarthy illustrated books and magazine stories and did posters for Hollywood—James Bond films in particular. In 1974, McCarthy left art-for-hire and moved to Arizona, where he would paint some of the most distinctive action scenes that ever leapt out of the pages of “The Old West”.

61 Frank McCarthy 1924-2002 Facing the on Coming Warriors, He Sang His Death Song Oil on board 24 x 36 inches Signed lower right and dated 74; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000

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62 Gary Niblett b. 1943 Rage of the Dog Soldiers Oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches Signed lower right/CA and dated 2002; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $15,000 - 20,000

63 Fritz White 1930-2010 Beginning an Uneasy Partnership Bronze, cast number 4/10 11 inches high, 32 inches wide Signed/CA Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000 Indian artifacts he found beside the Little Miami River in Ohio kindled Fritz White’s interest in the traditions and beliefs of Native Americans. White felt the presence of the past, what he called the saga of the American Indian. As a consequence he studied voraciously. This passion for research permeates his art, and earned him membership in the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972.

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64 Daniel Gerhartz b. 1965 April Snow Oil on canvas 24 x 36 inches Signed lower left; Signed, titled and dated 1996 verso Estimate: $3,000 - 4,000

65 Michael Stack b. 1947 Approaching Kimmerer in Mid September Oil on canvas 30 x 36 inches Signed lower right; Titled and dated 2007 verso Estimate: $6,000 - 8,000

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66 Conrad Schwiering 1916-1986 Mountain Clouds Oil on board 25 x 30 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $6,500 - 9,500

Conrad Schwiering discovered his affection for mountains and open spaces in his native Colorado, but when he attended college in Wyoming and saw the Tetons, he began what would prove to be a lifelong aesthetic affair. After a period of study at the Art Students’ League in New York and a stint in the service, Schwiering settled in Jackson, devoting his life and career to capturing the Tetons in every season and in every light.

67 Conrad Schwiering 1916-1986 Morning Majesty Oil on board 20 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

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68 Sheldon Parsons 1866-1943 Pueblo Afternoon Oil on board 20 x 16 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000

69 Fremont Ellis 1897-1985 Sycamore at Atrascadero Acrylic 16 x 20 inches Titled verso Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000 Provenance: Gallery at Nichols Hills, OK

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70 Francis Luis Mora 1874-1940 On the Rim, Grand Canyon Oil on canvas 16 x 36 inches Signed lower right and dated 1911 Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000 Provenance: William Macbeth Gallery. James B. Hanna, OH (prior to 1936). By descent in the family. Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers, Nov. 25, 2011. Private Collection. In 1911, the year On the Rim, Grand Canyon was painted, F. Luis Mora traveled to California for his father’s funeral. On his way back, Mora stopped to marvel at the scenery and sketch. In On the Rim, Grand Canyon, two Native Americans— Navajo, presumably—stop to admire the view. Mora studied in Boston under Frank Benson, finished his studies in Spain and was the first Hispanic American elected to the National Academy of Design.

71 Valoy Eaton b. 1938 Warm Day Watercolor 18 x 21 inches Signed lower right/NAWA and dated 1985; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $6,000 - 8,000

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72 Paul Grimm 1891-1974 Delightful Regions Oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches Signed lower right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

73 Eric Sloane 1905-1985 Cornwall Bridge Oil on board 32 x 26 ½ inches Signed lower left; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000 Born Everard Jean Hinrichs, Eric Sloane created his first name from the middle letters of ‘America.’ Sloane’s works, whether they are of covered bridges in Connecticut, pueblos in Taos or cloud forms and landscapes anywhere in these United States, are as American as his name. Sloane finds the beauty on a bright, leafless day in the hardscrabble New England hamlet of Cornwall Bridge through crisply outlined forms and sharply drawn shadows.

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74 Louisa McElwain 1953-2013 High Desert Afternoon Oil on canvas 10 x 16 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

The natural world filled Louisa McElwain with the energy and power that drove her impulse to paint, a dynamic expressed in the thick impastos of her palette knife landscapes of New Mexico. McElwain would leave anything that drifted onto her plein air works and would often introduce bits of found objects, seeking to create textures that would connect her vision of the scene she painted with the scene itself.

75 Peter Hurd 1904-1984 Riverside Bar Watercolor 9 x 12 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

Peter Hurd studied with N. C. Wyeth and eventually married Wyeth's daughter Henriette, also a fine painter. A New Mexico native, Hurd lived and worked there for most of his life. His tempera paintings and watercolors occasionally reveal something of Wyeth's influence, but Hurd’s own work is closely bound to the colors and contours of the Southwestern landscape. S C O T T S D A L E A RT A U C T I O N

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76 Warren Rollins 1861-1962 Blue Canyon, Arizona Oil on canvas 20 x 25 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

Born in Nevada and raised in California, Warren Rollins studied at the San Francisco School of Design then moved to San Diego where he began to paint Native American scenes. Rollins traveled the West with his wife and family, and his work attracted attention. In 1917, the Santa Fe Railroad set him up in a studio overlooking the Grand Canyon. Rollins painted in Taos with his good friend, E.I. Couse, but he will forever be known as the “Dean of the Santa Fe Art Colony.” Blue Canyon, Arizona has the easy pastel feel you find in Rollins, of an enduring world glimpsed through gauze.

77 Sheldon Parsons 1866-1943 Santa Fe Baldy, Nambe Oil on board 17 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 8,000

One of the earliest artists to reside in Santa Fe, Sheldon Parsons left a successful career painting portraits in New York in 1913 to make a new start after the death of his wife and to find a climate conducive to his tuberculosis. Parsons studied with William Merritt Chase, and something of this influence lingers in impressionistic New Mexico landscapes such as Santa Fe Baldy, Nambe, which depicts the 12,000 foot Santa Fe Baldy summit from the Nambe Pueblo north of the artist’s home base.

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78 Joseph Imhof 1871-1955 Pueblo Street Gouache 18 x 23 inches Signed lower left; Signed, titled and dated May 1936 verso Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

In his teens, Joseph Imhof apprenticed at the Currier and Ives firm in New York. Having saved enough to travel, he found himself on a ship with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. Imhof befriended a number of the Native Americans on board and, after completing his studies, Imhof chose Taos as his home. Pueblo Street is characteristically soft, rounded, and tonal.

79 John Hauser 1859-1913 Preparing for the Daily Ride Gouache 7 ¾ x 12 ½ inches Signed lower right and dated 95 Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000 An important Cincinnati artist, friend and contemporary of Henry Farny, John Hauser studied in Munich, Dusseldorf and Paris, developing a realism that combines careful rendering with rich color. In 1901, Hauser’s time among the Sioux earned him adoption into their nation, where he was given the name “Straight White Shield.”

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80 Jim Norton b. 1953 The Sentinel Oil on board 16 x 12 inches Signed lower left/CA; Signed, titled and dated 12/15 verso Estimate: $3,000 - 4,000

81 Jim Norton b. 1953 Into the High Country Oil on board 18 x 24 inches Signed lower left/CA; Signed, titled and dated 1999 verso Estimate: $6,000 - 8,000

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82 Tom Ryan 1922-2011 Hill Country Watercolor 10 x 8 inches Signed lower right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500 Tom Ryan enjoyed a long and successful career in illustration before turning his attention to Western easel paintings. An early member of the Cowboy Artists of America, Ryan spent much of his career chronicling today’s cowboy. He once said, “Visits to the Four Sixes and Triangle ranches in Texas added mesquite to the fire. From 1963 to the present my work has been dedicated to painting the contemporary ranching industry.” (Howard, Ten Years with the Cowboy Artists of America, p. 81)

83 Joe Grandee b. 1929 Ambushed Acrylic 24 x 18 inches Signed lower left and dated 1975 Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

84 James Boren 1921-1990 Hill Country Cow Punchers Watercolor 21 x 29 inches Signed lower right/CA and dated 1973; Titled verso Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000 James Boren, the first art director of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, used his daily contact with artists as ad hoc schooling for his own art. Meeting and talking with artists he admired advanced the aims of the Cowboy Hall while allowing him to absorb the lessons of his peers in his own work. Boren favored masters like Russell and Fechin, combining the former’s “easy realism” with the latter’s “great luminosity and vitality of color.” (Krakel, James Boren, p. 42). Hill Country Cow Punchers has everything you could want in a Boren: cowboys jawing; an old stone shack; big sky and distance; and bluebonnets. S C O T T S D A L E A RT A U C T I O N

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85 Jim Norton b. 1953 Chewing the Fat Oil on board 16 x 20 inches Signed lower left; Signed, titled and dated 88 verso Estimate: $3,000 - 4,000

86 Bill Nebeker b. 1942 Judgment’s Comin’ Bronze, cast number 12/30 20 inches high, 24 inches wide Signed/CA and dated 2005 Estimate: $5,000 - 8,000

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87 Dan Mieduch b. 1947 On the Drive Oil on board 24 x 36 inches Signed lower left and dated 2000 Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000

88 Bob Scriver 1914-1999 Lone Cowboy 1880 Bronze, cast number 6 12 ½ inches high Signed and dated 1968 Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

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89 R.S. Riddick b. 1952 High Plains Guardian Conte Crayon 30 x 24 inches Signed lower left/CA and dated 2002; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

90 Don Crowley 1926-2019 Her Country Oil on board 24 x 30 inches Signed lower right; Signed, titled and dated 1984 verso Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

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91 R.S. Riddick b. 1952 Study for Sweetwater Oil on board 12 x 9 inches Signed lower right/CA; Signed, titled and dated 2004 verso

92 Harley Brown b. 1939 Shysie Pastel 12 x 9 inches Signed lower right, titled and dated 2005 Estimate: $3,000 - 4,000

Estimate: $2,000 - 3,000

93 Craig Tennant b. 1946 Finders Keepers Oil on canvas 28 x 40 inches Signed lower right and dated 98 Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000

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94 Richard Thomas 1939-2019 Backcountry Rendezvous Oil on canvas 50 x 36 inches Signed lower right and dated 95; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

95 Jim Norton b. 1953 Cowboys on the Diamond Tail Oil on board 24 x 32 inches Signed lower left/CA; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $7,000 - 10,000

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96 George Phippen 1915-1966 Horse Play Oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches Signed lower left; Titled verso Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000

With little training in art at all, apart from three months with Henry Balink in Santa Fe, after World War II, George Phippen still somehow secured a contract to illustrate catalogues for Brown and Bigelow. Soon, Phippen was making a living making art of the American West. Phippen, the first President of the Cowboy Artists of America, once said, “The art game, which includes illustrating, fine art, and cartooning, is considered about the toughest business there is… but no job holds the freedom the arts do once you make the grade.”

97 Grant Speed 1930-2011 Rough String Bronze, cast number 6/30 34 inches high Signed/CA and dated 1981 Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

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98 Martin Grelle b. 1954 Acoma Evening Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $35,000 - 50,000

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99 Martin Grelle b. 1954 On a Winter Hunt Oil on canvas 28 x 30 inches Signed lower right/CA and dated 03; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $45,000 - 65,000

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100 Mehl Lawson b. 1942 Flying Leather Bronze, cast number 30/35 31 inches high, 35 inches wide Signed and titled Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000 Award: Cowboy Artists of America Gold Medal in Sculpture Award 1996

101 Mehl Lawson b. 1942 Diamonds & Denim Bronze, cast number 4/25 33 ½ inches high Signed/CA, titled and dated 94 Estimate: $5,000 - 8,000 Award: Cowboy Artists of America Silver Medal in Sculpture Award 1994

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102 Charlie Dye 1906-1972 Invited Out Oil on paper 8 ¾ x 13 inches Initialed lower right Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

103 Robert Lougheed 1910-1982 The Zebra Dunn, New Mexico Cowboy Oil on board 12 x 16 inches Signed lower right and inscribed “Red River Ranch, New Mexico”; Signed, titled and inscribed “Old River Ranch” verso Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000

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104 Joe Beeler 1931-2006 Charlie Bronze, cast number 63/100 15 ½ inches high Signed

105 Joe Beeler 1931-2006 The Renegade Bronze, cast number 9/40 15 ½ inches high Signed/CA

Estimate: $800 - 1,200

Estimate: $3,000 - 6,000

106 Joe Beeler 1931-2006 Crow Warrior Bronze, cast number 20/40 13 ½ inches high Signed/CA Estimate: $2,500 - 4,500

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107 Joe Beeler 1931-2006 Guard at the Spring Oil on canvas 24 x 18 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000

108 Joe Beeler 1931-2006 Manuelito Bronze, cast number 11/45 28 inches high Signed/CA Estimate: $9,000 - 12,000

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109 Morgan Weistling b. 1964 Lonesome Trail Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches Signed lower right and dated 05 Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

110 Chris Owen b. 1967 Together Oil on canvas 16 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 8,000

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111 Chris Owen b. 1967 Almost Home Oil on canvas 30 x 48 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $16,000 - 24,000

112 C. Michael Dudash b. 1952 Mustang Roundup Oil on board 24 x 30 inches Signed lower right; Signed, titled and dated 10/25/14 verso Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

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113 Tom Darro b. 1946 Cheyenne Family Oil on board 20 x 30 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

114 David Mann b. 1948 The Tracker's Art Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

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115 David Mann b. 1948 Smoke Talk Oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000

116 Edward Fraughton b. 1939 Last Arrow Bronze, cast number 23/30 16 inches high, 20 inches wide, 23 inches deep Signed and dated 1973 Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

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117 Ray Swanson 1937-2004 The Kids’ a Cowboy Oil on canvas 36 x 48 inches Signed lower left/CA Estimate: $35,000 - 50,000 Exhibitions: Cowboy Artists of America. 2004.

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118 Andy Thomas b. 1957 Mark Twain - Virginia City, NV - 1869 Oil on canvas 28 x 48 inches Signed lower left Estimate: $30,000 - 50,000

Mark Twain took his name in Virginia City, Nevada when he was a young journalist in that wide open town. His brother worked for the territorial government, and it was he who told Samuel Clemens-who was not yet Mark Twain-about the opportunity. It is said that Clemens, now Twain, was challenged to duel four times because of his caustic wit and penchant for truth telling. His nom de plume must not have worked too well, or is it that he had the audacity of youth on his side, as Andy Thomas suggests here? No matter, Mark Twain, who would author Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and many other classics of American fiction, would soon attain worldwide fame, while Samuel Clemens would become nothing more than the name he was born with.

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119 William Acheff b. 1947 Flowers Will Always Make Her Happy Oil on canvas 24 x 22 inches Signed lower right and dated 2014; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000

120 William Acheff b. 1947 Hopi Dancer Oil on canvas 24 x 26 inches Signed lower right and dated 1980; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000

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121 John Moyers b. 1958 A Difference of Opinion Oil on canvas 36 x 24 inches Signed lower right; Signed, titled and dated 2015 verso Estimate: $6,000 - 9,000

122 Ray Swanson 1937-2004 Navajo Friends Oil on board 12 Âź x 16 inches Signed lower left/CA and dated 89; Signed, titled and dated verso Estimate: $3,000 - 4,000

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123 Ray Swanson 1937-2004 Gathering at Agathla Oil on canvas 44 x 68 inches Signed lower right/CA Estimate: $25,000 - 35,000 Ray Swanson was born in rural South Dakota and educated in a one-room schoolhouse. After his father passed away, the family moved to California where Swanson studied drafting and aeronautical engineering and became a civil engineer. When he inherited a box of paints from his grandfather, Swanson began to paint farm subjects as a hobby. But the budding artist fell for the Native Americans of Arizona: the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Apache, and saw that their way of life would make an excellent subject for a professional painter.

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124 Roy Andersen 1930-2019 Watchers of the Kiowa Mixed Media 26 x 20 inches Signed lower left/CA Estimate: $8,000 - 12,000

125 Roy Andersen 1930-2019 I Speak for the Bear Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches Signed lower left/CA Estimate: $12,000 - 18,000

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126 Martin Grelle b. 1954 Wet Afternoon Oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches Signed lower right and dated 1991; signed and titled verso Estimate: $25,000 - 35,000

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127 Martin Grelle b. 1954 Be It Ever So Humble Oil on canvas 35 x 60 inches Signed lower right Estimate: $40,000 - 60,000

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128 G. Harvey 1933-2017 The Oil Patch Guys Oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches Signed lower right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $40,000 - 60,000

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129 G. Harvey 1933-2017 Echoes of the Canyon Oil on canvas 30 x 24 inches Signed lower right; Signed and titled verso Estimate: $75,000 - 125,000

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130 G. Harvey 1933-2017 Remembering the Good Times Oil on canvas 26 x 38 inches Signed lower left; Signed, titled and dated 1989 verso Estimate: $75,000 - 125,000

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131 Robert Pummill b. 1936 Turning the Bell Steer North Oil on canvas 48 x 72 inches Signed lower left/CA Estimate: $35,000 - 50,000 Literature: Michael Duty. Under Western Skies: The Art of Bob Pummill. Kerrville, TX: National Center for Western Art. 2002, pg. 38 illustrated.

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132 Nick Eggenhofer 1897-1985 Mule Train Watercolor 16 x 20 inches Signed lower right

133 Nick Eggenhofer 1897-1985 Santa Fe Wagons Fording the Cimarron Gouache 12 x 18 ½ inches Signed lower right

Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

Estimate: $3,000 - 6,000

Tales of Buffalo Bill entranced young Nick Eggenhofer in his boyhood home in Bavaria. When he emigrated to the United States, he quickly found a market for his art in the Western pulps and his career was launched. Eggenhofer’s scrupulous attention to historical accuracy in the details of Western wagons and tack are on full display in the atmospheric watercolor, Mule Train and Santa Fe Wagons Fording the Cimarron.

134 Edward Borein 1872-1945 Walpi Etching 9 x 14 inches Signed lower right and dated 1919; Inscribed lower left “To BLB in memory of a day when the snakes were lively and the days were wet. At Walpi Arizona - Ed Borein” Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500 Literature: John Galvin. The Etchings of Edward Borein. San Francisco: John Howell Books, 1971, number 215, illustrated.

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135 Dale Ford 1934-2015 Stagecoach Butterfield Overland Constructed in wood and hand painted 36 inches high, 48 inches wide Estimate: $15,000 - 25,000 A full-time artist for over 40 years, Dale Ford specialized in scale model horse drawn wagons and stagecoaches. Made by hand of hand-rubbed hardwood, steel and leather, each component of his unique pieces is separately painted and detailed. The result of a combination of thorough research and artistry, Ford’s conveyances of the Old West offer a fascinating glimpse into a colorful aspect of a bygone era.

136 Dale Ford 1934-2015 Hearse Constructed in wood and hand painted 20 inches high Estimate: $3,000 - 5,000

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Saturday • April 4, 2020 Index – Alphabetical by Lot number Artist

Lot #

Artist

Lot #

Abeita, Jimmy........................................................18

Fraughton, Edward.............................................5, 116

Abeyta, Tony............................................................17

Frazier, Luke.......................................................47, 50

Acheff, William..............................................119, 120 Andersen, Roy................................................124, 125

Gerhartz, Daniel.....................................................64 Grandee, Joe.............................................................83

Beeler, Joe.............................104, 105, 106, 107, 108

Grelle, Martin.............................98, 99, 126, 127, BC

Blake, Buckeye...................................................14, 15

Grimm, Paul............................................................72

Borein, Edward.......................................................134 Boren, James............................................................84

Hantman, Carl........................................................10

Brown, Harley..........................................................92

Harvey, G........................................ FC, 128, 129, 130 Hauser, John.............................................................79

Coleman, Michael.................................28, 29, 43, 58

Hines, Jack...............................................................30

Crowley, Don............................................................90

Hurd, Peter..............................................................75

Darro, Tom...........................................................113

Imhof, Joseph..........................................................78

Daughters, Robert....................................................25 Desatnick, Mike.......................................................16

Jarvis, John............................................................7, 8

Dobson, Patricia...................................................1, 13

Jeppsen, Julie.....................................................40, 41

Dudash, C. Michael................................................112

Johnson, Harvey.........................................................4

Duncan, Robert........................................................44 Dye, Charlie...........................................................102

Lang, Steven............................................................55 Lawson, Mehl.................................................100, 101

Eaton, Valoy............................................................71 Eggenhofer, Nick...........................................132, 133 Ellis, Fremont...........................................................69

Lougheed, Robert...................................................103

Magsino, Frank.......................................................11 Mann, David..................................................114, 115

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Flood, Daro.............................................................31

Marris, Bonnie..........................................................42

Ford, Dale......................................................135, 136

McCarthy, Frank...........................................59, 60, 61

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Artist

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McCauley, Robert.....................................................38

Scriver, Bob..................................................35, 36, 88

McElwain, Louisa.....................................................74

Shinabarger, Tim................................................48, 49

McGary, Dave.....................................................56, 57

Sloane, Eric...............................................................73

Means, Jamie............................................................34

Speed, Grant.............................................................97

Mieduch, Dan...........................................................87

St. Clair, Linda.........................................................37

Mora, Francis Luis....................................................70

Stack, Michael..........................................................65

Moyers, John..........................................................121

Stefan, Ross..............................................................20 Swanson, Ray...........................IFC, 27, 117, 122, 123

Nebeker, Bill..........................................................86

Swanson, Trevor.......................................................39

Niblett, Gary...........................................................62 Nordahl, David..........................................................9

Tennant, Craig.......................................................93

Norton, Jim...........................................80, 81, 85, 95

Thomas, Andy........................................................118 Thomas, Richard......................................................94

Ottinger, Kenneth....................................................6

Torrez, Michelle........................................................26

Owen, Chris...................................................110, 111

Turner, Ben..............................................................24

Parsons, Sheldon...............................................68, 77

Ullberg, Kent.........................................................46

Phippen, George.................................................23, 96 Pummill, Robert........................................51, 52, 131

Van Wechel, Dustin...............................................45 Velazquez, Joseph.......................................................2

Riddick, R.S.........................................32, 33, 89, 91

Vickers, Russ............................................................12

Rollins, Warren........................................................76 Ryan, Tom................................................................82

Weistling, Morgan...............................................109 White, Fritz.............................................................63

Sander, Sherry...................................................21, 22

Wieghorst, Olaf..................................................53, 54

Santiago, Roseta.........................................................3 Schenck, Bill............................................................19 Schwiering, Conrad............................................66, 67

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