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Lot 38: Wayne Cooper, (b.1942), still life with painter's palette and brushes, oil on panel, 5 3/4" x 7 3/4".

Late August Art, Antiques, and Estates Auction

Platinum House

by Ripley Auctions

August 28, 2013

Indianapolis, IN, USA

Timed Auction

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  • Wayne Cooper, (b.1942), still life with painter's palette and brushes, oil on panel, 5 3/4
  • Wayne Cooper, (b.1942), still life with painter's palette and brushes, oil on panel, 5 3/4
  • Wayne Cooper, (b.1942), still life with painter's palette and brushes, oil on panel, 5 3/4
  • Wayne Cooper, (b.1942), still life with painter's palette and brushes, oil on panel, 5 3/4
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Description: Wayne Cooper
(b.1942)
still life with painter's palette and brushes
oil on panel
signed lower left. Property of... with Harvey, Illinois address inscibed verso.

Wayne Cooper is an acknowledged painter known for his portrayals of Western and Indian subjects. He was born in Creek County Oklahoma. Intense training began with Woody Crumbo, Famous Artists School, Gary Artist League, Valparaiso University, American Atelier in New York City, also in Kerrville, Texas at the Cowboy Artist of America Museum, under such artists as Joe Beeler and Howard Terpening.
His professional career started in 1964 in Chicago and continued to New York City from 1974 to 1981. He then returned to Oklahoma to pain and sculpt western subjects.
5 3/4" x 7 3/4".

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