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Lots related to BOWEN%20EMANUEL%20Accurate%20Map%20Virginia for sale at auction

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2013 1 oz Silver Australian Platypus - Australian Map Shape - L28153

Lot 121928153: 2013 1 oz Silver Australian Platypus - Australian Map Shape - L28153

by Goldini Jewelers

July 30, 2014

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $280 - $390

Description: 2013 1 oz Silver Australian Platypus - Australian Map Shape **|**|**

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Lot of 19th century maps

Lot 847: Lot of 19th century maps

by Ishtar Arts & Antiques

July 31, 2014, 6:00 PM EET

Tel-Aviv, Israel

Description: Lot of 19th century maps of various countries, mostly published by Liverpool, George Philip & Son, 1852. Average size: 56x70 cm. In addition a book of maps: Atlas of Ancient Geography published by Samuel Butler, London, 1826.

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HAND MADE WOODEN TITANIC PAINTED XL W/COA

Lot 176543975: HAND MADE WOODEN TITANIC PAINTED XL W/COA

by LA Gems & Diamonds

July 31, 2014, 8:15 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $2,700 - $3,600

Description: HAND MADE WOODEN TITANIC PAINTED XL W/COA **|**|** This is an XL and most accurate model of the famous RMS Titanic. The model is 100% hand built from scratch using NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

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Three Guineas

Lot 374: Three Guineas

by PBA Galleries Auctions & Appraisers

July 31, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

San Francisco, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: <p> Original yellow cloth, pictorial dust jacket. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Jacket sunned and lightly edge worn; volume a bit faded; both near fine.

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The Years

Lot 375: The Years

by PBA Galleries Auctions & Appraisers

July 31, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

San Francisco, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: <p> Green cloth, spine gilt-lettered; pictorial jacket by Vanessa Bell. First Edition.</p>

Condition Report: Jacket foxed, spine darkened; front hinge cracked; Book and jacket very good.

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Lot 60A: "Capistramo" By Virginia L.

by Fine Art Online Auctions, LLC

July 31, 2014, 1:00 PM MST

Denver, CO, USA

Estimated Price: $2,500 - $3,000

Description: Lithograph, signed by the artist, Approximately 16" x 28" In.

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Colorado Map Lithograph (N)

Lot 142Y: Colorado Map Lithograph (N)

by Fine Art Online Auctions, LLC

July 31, 2014, 1:00 PM MST

Denver, CO, USA

Estimated Price: $3,200 - $3,600

Description: Bachelor Gulch Colorado Map Lithograph Complied by Douglas Bouman & Associates approx 23"x17"

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Owen Bowen (1873-1967) Still Life Painting

Lot 6078A: Owen Bowen (1873-1967) Still Life Painting

by J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC

July 31, 2014, 6:00 PM PST

Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: An unframed oil on canvas by listed artist Owen Bowen (1873 - 1967) depicting a floral till life on table. Signed lower right and dated 1924. Measures approximately 16" x 20" and weighs 1 lb.

Condition Report: Piece has torn edges over stretcher, wear at edges from framing. Needs a good cleaning. No prior repairs present.

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Jim Bowen Bullseye Signed 10 X 8 Photo. Good

Lot 192: Jim Bowen Bullseye Signed 10 X 8 Photo. Good

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

August 1, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £8 - £10

Description: Jim Bowen Bullseye Signed 10 X 8 Photo. Good Condition

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Cased Set of Bartholemew's Reduced Survey Maps of

Lot 1357: Cased Set of Bartholemew's Reduced Survey Maps of

by Gerrards Auction Rooms

August 1, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

St Annes , United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £20 - £30

Description: Cased Set of Bartholemew's Reduced Survey Maps of Great Britain, 47 matching French blue covered, coloured maps on cloth, plus 1 similar with a dark teal cover, 1 Gall & Inglis, The Environs of London and 1 Bacon's Cycling and Motoring, Scotland(case a/f)

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Quantity Of Paperback And Hardback Books & Maps,

Lot 1381J: Quantity Of Paperback And Hardback Books & Maps,

by Gerrards Auction Rooms

August 1, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

St Annes , United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £20 - £40

Description: Quantity Of Paperback And Hardback Books & Maps, Mostly On North Of England.

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Red Crown Gasoline Sign.

Lot 210: Red Crown Gasoline Sign.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: This double sided porcelain sign has black lettering, and touched-up chips to the field and edge. It is in excellent condition. Condition (7.5) Size: 30" Dia. CORRECTION: The condition rating has been adjusted to a 7.5 to more accurately reflect the lot.

Condition Report: (7.5)

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Group of Rainbow Gasoline Paper Items.

Lot 406: Group of Rainbow Gasoline Paper Items.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Includes decals, maps, and a ticket book.

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Marathon with Running Man Logo Metal Map Holder.

Lot 455: Marathon with Running Man Logo Metal Map Holder.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: The holder has wear and scratches. Condition (6.9). Size 20" x 11" x 2".

Condition Report: (6.9).

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Large Lot of Conoco Paper Items.

Lot 508: Large Lot of Conoco Paper Items.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: This lot includes 50 plus maps that range from the 1930s to the 1970s, and much more.

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Lot of 9: Road Maps.

Lot 509: Lot of 9: Road Maps.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Includes maps of Douglas, Hancock, Norwalk, Seaside & Chief, and more.

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Lot of 50 Plus: 1930s-1960s Maps.

Lot 510: Lot of 50 Plus: 1930s-1960s Maps.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: This lot includes maps of Richfield, Frontier Road Maps, and others.

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Lot of 25 Plus: Signal Road Maps, Ashtray, & Misc

Lot 511: Lot of 25 Plus: Signal Road Maps, Ashtray, & Misc

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Lot of micc items in various conditions.

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Lot of 75 Plus: Gasoline Company Road Maps.

Lot 512: Lot of 75 Plus: Gasoline Company Road Maps.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Circa 1930s to 1970s.

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Lot of 75 Plus: Gasoline Company Road Maps.

Lot 513: Lot of 75 Plus: Gasoline Company Road Maps.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Circa 1930s to 1970s.

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Gulf Map and Tourgide Service Metal Holder.

Lot 519: Gulf Map and Tourgide Service Metal Holder.

by Morphy Auctions

August 1, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: This lot includes the maps. Condition (7.5). Size 14" x 18" x 4".

Condition Report: (7.5).

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REDWARE POTTERY CROCK Stamped

Lot 1282: REDWARE POTTERY CROCK Stamped "Solomon Bell S[?] Virginia". Height 7.25". Provenance: Estate of Joan P. Watkins, Massachusetts.

by Eldred's

August 1, 2014, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: REDWARE POTTERY CROCK 18th Century Stamped "Solomon Bell S[?] Virginia". Height 7.25". Provenance: Estate of Joan P. Watkins, Massachusetts.

Condition Report: Worn glaze. Hairline crack and rim chip. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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Porcelain Piedmont Cigarettes Sign

Lot 57: Porcelain Piedmont Cigarettes Sign

by Mebane Antique Auction

August 1, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Mebane, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $1 - $10,000

Description: Porcelain Piedmont Cigarettes Sign, For Cigarettes, Virginia Tobacco is the Best depicting Piedmont Cigarettes pack measuring 46 x 30

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Golden Eagle Caddy Label

Lot 102: Golden Eagle Caddy Label

by Mebane Antique Auction

August 1, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Mebane, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $1 - $10,000

Description: Golden Eagle Caddy Label T.C. Williams Co. Virginia, USA nice condition with good color

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Kohinoor Vertical Paper Display

Lot 120: Kohinoor Vertical Paper Display

by Mebane Antique Auction

August 1, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Mebane, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $1 - $10,000

Description: Kohinoor Vertical Paper Display; Petersburg, Virginia caddy label in nice condition with great color

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TWO-PIECE MAP CASE.

Lot 1292: TWO-PIECE MAP CASE.

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

August 1, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Delaware , OH, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $450

Description: TWO-PIECE MAP CASE. American, 4th quarter-19th century, walnut. Top has beaded edge, three-panel ends, six dovetailed drawers, and brass hardware. 36"h. 50"w. 32.5"d.

Condition Report: We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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2002S Proof Jeff 5c Graded PR70

Lot 287: 2002S Proof Jeff 5c Graded PR70

by Western Asset Reserve

August 2, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Excellent; grade appears accurate; $75

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Maps : Four hand coloured prints of comprising

Lot 1100: Maps : Four hand coloured prints of comprising

by Dickins Auctioneers

August 2, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

Middle Claydon, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £40 - £60

Description: Maps : Four hand coloured prints of comprising Stralsund , Germany ( entitled : ' Prospect , Grundris und Gegent der Konigl. Schwed. Vetstung Straslund , wie solche den 15 July Ao 1775 von den Nordischen Hohen Allyrten ist belagert worden ' ) , Engraver Daniel Heer . Switzerland ( entitled : ' Tabvla Generalis Sabavdiae . ' ) Bears scale lower left and engraver's name Joannes Blaeu. Southern Europe ( entitled ' Mappa Geographiae Naturalis Sive Tabella Synoptica . ' ) Bears key lower right and engraver's name Matth. Seuttero . North America ( entitled ' L'Amerique Septentrionale . ' ) Bears scale upper right and Engraver's name Pierre Mortier . Aperture of each 13" x 16 1/2" (4)

Condition Report: Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.

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BEV DOOLITTLE - THE ARRIVAL

Lot 45W: BEV DOOLITTLE - THE ARRIVAL

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $660 - $825

Description: Bev Doolittle - The Arrival - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - - Image Size: 35"w X 6"h. Limited Edition Of: 2500?."the First Sight Of Buffalo Ignites Excitement Within A Party Of Scouts. The Lives Of These Men And These Animals Are Entwined Together On The Vast Map Of The Great Plains. The Arrival Of The Buffalo Will Herald Many Celebrations. The Creator Has Bestowed An Answer To The Tribe?s Prayers With A Gift Of Rain And Endless Herds. "a Season Of Provisioning Begins, As The Resourceful Natives Prepare To Utilize Every Part Of The Bison For Clothing, Shelter, Tools, Weapons And Food. A Continuance Of Harmony And Thanksgiving Will Propel The Tribe For Another Year. Or, Is There A Storm-warning On The Horizon?" - Bev Doolittle It Seems That With Every Artist There Are Works That Manage To Make It Into Private Collections Before They Are Properly Documented. Some Of These Can, In Hindsight, Be Rather Important Ones. They Are Known To Exist, But Their Whereabouts Are A Mystery. As Is Often The Case, In Time, They Somehow, Some Way, Some Day Reappear. Bev Painted "the Arrival" In 1977 And Sold It Through The Carson Gallery In Denver, Colorado, Her Originals' Distributor At That Time. The Work?s Trail Ended There. Long Thought Lost, The Painting Was Recently Rediscovered! In The Thirty-year Period Since Its Rendering, Bev Has Produced Fifty Fine Art Editions, As Well As Seven Books And Folios Of Collected Works, All Published By The Workshop. Until Now, "the Arrival" Remained Elusive. Available In Print For The Very First Time, It Is One Of The Earliest Works Featuring The Rendering Style For Which Bev Become Renowned. Storytelling Is A Hallmark Of Nearly All Of Her Compositions. Both Are In Service Of The Eponymous ?doolittle Narrative? Which Has Shaped The Artist?s Reputation. Storytelling Through Design Is The Hallmark Of Any Bev Doolittle Work And "the Arrival" Is No Exception. There Is No Escaping The Implication Of A ?storm On The Horizon.? Those Dark Clouds Immediately Bring To Mind The Native American Experience In North America. This Is Storytelling Through Design At Its Finest. "the Arrival" Will Be Reproduced With An Eye Towards Tradition But With The Most Up-to-date Technology. This Fine Art Giclée Will Be Created On The Highest Quality Fine Art Textured Paper. Deckled Edges Allow For Either A Traditional Or Floating Presentation Of The Framed Image.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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SCOTT GUSTAFSON - SANTA AT THE NORTH POLE

Lot 79W: SCOTT GUSTAFSON - SANTA AT THE NORTH POLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $480 - $600

Description: Scott Gustafson - Santa At The North Pole - Open Edition Canvas Image Size: 24"w X 15"h.?.the Most Exhilarating Night Of The Year Has Arrived And The North Pole Buzzes With Activity. The Reindeer Are Harnessed, The Sleigh Is Almost Loaded And Mrs. Claus Brings Out A Last Minute Snack For Santa. Perhaps A Savory Meal Is Packed In Her Basket For Him To Eat Later, Much Later, Since Tonight Children Throughout The World Await His Arrival. Gustafson?s Quintessential Santa Checks The Stars As His Lead Elf Consults The Map. It?s Almost Time To Depart! The Creation Of This Painting Was A Family Affair: Scott?s In-laws Modeled For Santa And Mrs. Claus And His Wife?s Sister And Her Children Were Immortalized As The Various Elves. If You Call Your Workshop Fine Art Dealer To Reserve This Heartwarming Edition We Think That You?ll Hear The Sleigh Bells On Christmas Eve!

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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ERTE SIGNED WATCH

Lot 96T: ERTE SIGNED WATCH "SALOME" FACE WITH GOLD AND BLACK STONE BAND

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $270 - $480

Description: This Elegant Wrist Watch Is From The Erte Collection. From An Original Design By The "father Of Art Deco", This Watch Is A Unique And Special Erte' Design. Erte', Whose Full Name Was Romain De Tirtoff, Designed His Watch Collection As One Of His Last Achievements, Before His Death In 1990, At The Age Of 97. This Watch Features Erte's Design Of "salome" On It's Face. The Band Has Links Of Black Leather Inserts Surrounded By Textured Gold Edging. There Is A Dark Black Stone At The End Of The Stem. This Particular Watch Is A Limited Edition Design. A Really Beautiful And Unique Creation By Erte'. The Erte' Signature Can Be Seen On The Band. It Is Also Embossed, In Gold, On The Black "erte'" Watch Box, . Measurements: 7/8" Across . Band Is 5/8" Wide Comes In An Erte? Limited Edition Lacquer Watch Box. Each Erte' Time Piece Has Been Produced In Limited Quantities. Each One Features A Stainless Steel Case With Five Microns 18k Gold Plating. They Are Powered By A Single Battery And A Quartz Crystal, Oscillating At 32,768/sec. It Is Accurate To Within 3 Seconds A Year! All Color Dials Are Hand Enameled To The Artist's Original Specifications. This Watch Is Authorized By Art Of Time, Under License By Sevenarts Ltd. Erte' Has Certified That This Work Has Been Executed From His Design And To His Specifications.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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ERTE SIGNED MENS WATCH

Lot 448T: ERTE SIGNED MENS WATCH "GOLD DECO" FACE WITH BLACK BAND

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $270 - $480

Description: This Stylish Mens Wrist Watch Is From The Erte Collection. From An Original Design By The "father Of Art Deco", This Watch Is A Unique And Special Erte' Design. Erte', Whose Full Name Was Romain De Tirtoff, Designed His Watch Collection As One Of His Last Achievements, Before His Death In 1990, At The Age Of 97. This Watch Features Erte's Design Of "gold Deco" On It's Face. The Band Is Black Leather. This Particular Watch Is A Limited Edition Design. A Really Beautiful And Unique Creation By Erte'. The Erte' Signature Can Be Seen On The Band And Etched On The Back Of The Watch Face. It Is Also Embossed, In Gold, On The Black "erte'" Watch Box, . Measurements: 1.5" Across . Band Is 1" Wide Comes In An Erte? Limited Edition Watch Box . Each Erte' Time Piece Has Been Produced In Limited Quantities. Each One Features A Stainless Steel Case With Five Microns 18k Gold Plating. They Are Powered By A Single Battery And A Quartz Crystal, Oscillating At 32,768/sec. It Is Accurate To Within 3 Seconds A Year! All Color Dials Are Hand Enameled To The Artist's Original Specifications. This Watch Is Authorized By Art Of Time, Under License By Sevenarts Ltd. Erte' Has Certified That This Work Has Been Executed From His Design And To His Specifications.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES WYSOCKI - SALTY WITCH BAY

Lot 759W: CHARLES WYSOCKI - SALTY WITCH BAY

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $3,720 - $4,650

Description: Charles Wysocki - Salty Witch Bay - Museumedition Anniversary Cnv Image Size: 60"w X 24"h. Limited Edition Of: 27?.you Can Get Out Your Map And Look For "salty Witch Bay," But You Won?t Find It. It Existed Only In The Mind Of Charles Wysocki. ?this Particular Painting Was A Supreme Joy For Me To Create,? He Said. ?the Size, The Original Measures 2 Feet By 5 Feet, Was Great Fun To Compose. This Coastal Community Is Typical Of Any That Might Be Found In New England - With A Few Of My Personal Ideas Thrown In. It Is All Fantasy, Including The Name!? Fantastic Indeed! Our Anniversary Edition Is Available In Both A Glorious Museumedition? Canvas At The Size Of The Original (24" X 60") And A Traditional Fine Art Edition Size Of 14" X 36." Take In The Pleasure Of A Warm Summer Day As Shopkeepers Shuttle Their Wares And Cart Men Offer Scrumptious Delights Along The Shores And Byways. Revel In The Elegance And Whimsy Of Seaside Life In A Horse-drawn Era When The Pace Was Slower And People Took The Time To Chat And Catch Up On All The Family And Local News Of "salty Witch Bay."

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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STEVE HANKS - NATURE´S BEAUTY

Lot 979W: STEVE HANKS - NATURE´S BEAUTY

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $320 - $400

Description: Steve Hanks - Nature´s Beauty - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - - Image Size: 15"w X 28"h. Limited Edition Of: 1650?."realism Shouldn't Be Just About Impressing People With The Technical Ability To Be Accurate. As With Any Other Art Form, When Done Well, It Can Have Deep Undercurrents Of Emotion And Meaning."

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Z.S. LIANG - YOUNG SCOUT

Lot 1677W: Z.S. LIANG - YOUNG SCOUT

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $570 - $712

Description: Z.s. Liang - Young Scout - Hand Signed - Canvas - Edition Image Size: 11"w X 14"h. Limited Edition Of: 75?.armed With Only A Lance And Carrying No Provisions Or Gear, This Plains Warrior Is Not Prepared For A Long Distance Trek But Is Ranging Out On Patrol From Either His Village Or Encampment To Reconnoiter The Surrounding Area. Does He Seek The Buffalo, An Ancestral Enemy Or Sign Of Further Encroachment Of The White Man From The East? "i Paint These People To Raise Awareness About Their Bravery And Their Troubles,? Says Z.s. Liang. He Points Out That His Rural Chinese Upbringing Was Centered On Ancient And Traditional Lifestyles Which Made It Easier For Him To Relate To The Native Americans. For Example, No Resources Were Wasted In His Home, Much Like The Plains Indians Who Used Every Part Of The Buffalo Their Lives Depended On. A Long Time U.s. Resident, Liang Has Made Himself Into A Student Of Native American Life, Both In His Personal Library And His Time In The Field With Tribes Of Today. His Devotion To Historical Details And To The Constant Improvement Of His Skills, Led Him To Horseback Riding Lessons So He Could More Accurately Understand The Movement And Musculature Of The Animal That Played Such An Important Role In The Life Of The Plains Indian.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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HER CHANCE TO DANCE BY TIM COX

Lot 1885S: HER CHANCE TO DANCE BY TIM COX

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $610 - $770

Description: Her Chance To Dance By Tim Cox - Edition Size: 1500 - Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 18 X 24 Release Date: 3-2005 ???.as A Young Child, Tim Cox Vowed He ?was Going To Be A Cowboy Artist? When He Grew Up, And He Has Lived That Dream For 30 Years. Growing Up In A Small Farming And Ranching Community In Arizona Was A Natural Environment That Influenced Cox?s Love For Being Surrounded By Cattle And Horses And The Wide Open Spaces. While Most Of The Artist?s Time Is Spent Painting, He Rides And Works On Various Ranches Throughout The West And Also Raises Cattle And Trains Horses He Owns. Cox?s Everyday Experience With The Cowboy Life Is Reflected In The Outstanding Works That He Creates. He Combines Color, Value, Perspective, Accuracy, And Design In His Scenes Of The Daily Life Of The Cowboy. As A Perfectionist, His Attention To Detail And Hands-on Knowledge Of The Cattle And Horses He So Loves To Paint Have Earned The Artist Legends Of Admirers And Collectors Who Appreciate His Accurate Portrayals Of Western Life. Viewers Are Brought Up-close And Personal With The Animals And People Who Inhabit Cox?s World. The West Comes Alive In His Paintings. Considered One Of The Great Western Artists Of Our Time, Cox Is One Of Today?s Most Successful Painters In His Genre. Through The Years, Many Accolades Have Been Bestowed On This Very Talented Artist, And This Year Cox Was Asked To Join The Prestigious Cowboy Artists Of America; He Participated In The 2008 Exhibition. Cox Has Won Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. In 2008, Décor Magazine Featured Cox As One Of The 14 Most Enduring And Successful Poster Artists. In 2007, His Painting, ?good Horses And Wide Open Spaces,? Won The Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award; At This Same Exhibit In 2004, ?along Eagle Creek? Won The Award. In 2003, The Artist Was Honored With One Of The Most Prestigious Awards In Western Art At The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum Exhibit. Cox?s Painting, ?on To Better Pastures,? Won The Coveted Prix De West Purchase Award. In 2001, The Artist Was Awarded The Will Rogers Western Artist Of The Year By The Academy Of Western Artists And Friends Of Western Art. Cox Is Also A Three-time Winner Of The Olaf Wieghorst Best Of Show At The Mountain Oyster Club. Tim, A Fourth Generation Arizonan, And His Wife, Suzie, Enjoy The Life That The Artist Paints On Their Ranch In New Mexico That They Call Home. Surrounded By Their Cattle And Horses, They Truly Live The Western Life That Most Of Us Can Only Dream About.

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TAKING THE OATH BY BRADLEY SCHMEHL

Lot 1971S: TAKING THE OATH BY BRADLEY SCHMEHL

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $880

Description: Taking The Oath By Bradley Schmehl - Edition Size: 195 - Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 20 X 30 Release Date: 1-2004 ???.as An Artist Who Loves And Studies History, Bradley Schmehl Has Made It His Life?s Work To Research The Subjects For His Paintings Through Diaries, Letters, Books, Visiting Historical Sites, And Generally Immersing Himself In Any Materials Available To Him. From The Civil War To The Cowboys Of The West, Schmehl Finds His Subjects Fascinating. Talking And Exchanging Ideas And Information With Others Who Share Schmehl?s Interest In History Also Offer The Artist Opportunities To Expand His Resources. The Artist Says, ?history Is A World Which Is Past, Yet Exerts Its Influence On Us All. It Is Possible To Visit And Experience The World Of History Through The Work Of Writers, Filmmakers, Living Historians, And Artists. I Want To Help Open The Window On Our History So That More People Can Share In The View.? Schmehl?s Detailed Paintings Reflect The Many Historical Aspects He Includes In His Images. As An Avid Reader, The Artist Tries To Capture In His Mind The Events Chronicled In The Books And Other Materials He Reads. Schmehl Also Consults With Historical Experts. Armed With All The Research Available To Him, The Artist?s Goal Is Always To Paint Each Element Of An Event Or Story. From Uniforms To Weapons To Horses To Even The Time Of Day And Weather Conditions, Schmehl?s Paintings Are As Authentic As Possible. The Artist Usually Starts With A Rough Pencil Sketch, Mostly Done On Location, Then He Engages His Models To Pose As The Various Characters In The Image And Photographs Them. Once Schmehl Is Satisfied That His Concept Is Historically Accurate, He Commences Creating His Painting. Working In Oil On Canvas, The Artist Creates A Rough Under-painting. After Drying, He Over-paints The Details And Refines His Brushwork. Schmehl Describes His Technique As ?painterly Realism.? ?i Strive To Capture The True Nature Of The Light, The Color, But I Make No Effort To Disguise The Brushstrokes. Even While Attempting To Render Meticulous Detail, I Strive To Paint Boldly And Deliberately.? Schmehl Has Traveled Throughout The Country In Pursuit Of His Subject Matter. Extensive Trips To Civil War Battlefields, To Other Historical Sites, To Even Being On The Range In Texas Have Allowed The Artist To Collect And Record The Many, Many Notes, Sketches, And Library Of Materials That Contribute To Schmehl?s Fine Work. A Schmehl Painting Gives The Viewer A Unique Perspective On The Subject Matter Portrayed. As The Details In The Image Come To Life, An Appreciation Of History Is Evident. When Not On A Research Trip, Schmehl Cherishes The Time He And His Wife, Becky, Spend In Their 1885 Victorian Home With Their Two Cats. As Committed Christians, The Artist And His Wife Are Active In Their Church; Brad Plays The Guitar In The Worship Band. Come Live History Through The Eyes And Paintings Of Bradley Schmehl?it Will Be A Most Enjoyable Journey.

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LAND OF THE FREE BY TIM COX

Lot 2049S: LAND OF THE FREE BY TIM COX

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $380

Description: Land Of The Free By Tim Cox - Edition Size: 950 - Print - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 16.5 X 24 Release Date: 4-2008 ???.as A Young Child, Tim Cox Vowed He ?was Going To Be A Cowboy Artist? When He Grew Up, And He Has Lived That Dream For 30 Years. Growing Up In A Small Farming And Ranching Community In Arizona Was A Natural Environment That Influenced Cox?s Love For Being Surrounded By Cattle And Horses And The Wide Open Spaces. While Most Of The Artist?s Time Is Spent Painting, He Rides And Works On Various Ranches Throughout The West And Also Raises Cattle And Trains Horses He Owns. Cox?s Everyday Experience With The Cowboy Life Is Reflected In The Outstanding Works That He Creates. He Combines Color, Value, Perspective, Accuracy, And Design In His Scenes Of The Daily Life Of The Cowboy. As A Perfectionist, His Attention To Detail And Hands-on Knowledge Of The Cattle And Horses He So Loves To Paint Have Earned The Artist Legends Of Admirers And Collectors Who Appreciate His Accurate Portrayals Of Western Life. Viewers Are Brought Up-close And Personal With The Animals And People Who Inhabit Cox?s World. The West Comes Alive In His Paintings. Considered One Of The Great Western Artists Of Our Time, Cox Is One Of Today?s Most Successful Painters In His Genre. Through The Years, Many Accolades Have Been Bestowed On This Very Talented Artist, And This Year Cox Was Asked To Join The Prestigious Cowboy Artists Of America; He Participated In The 2008 Exhibition. Cox Has Won Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. In 2008, Décor Magazine Featured Cox As One Of The 14 Most Enduring And Successful Poster Artists. In 2007, His Painting, ?good Horses And Wide Open Spaces,? Won The Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award; At This Same Exhibit In 2004, ?along Eagle Creek? Won The Award. In 2003, The Artist Was Honored With One Of The Most Prestigious Awards In Western Art At The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum Exhibit. Cox?s Painting, ?on To Better Pastures,? Won The Coveted Prix De West Purchase Award. In 2001, The Artist Was Awarded The Will Rogers Western Artist Of The Year By The Academy Of Western Artists And Friends Of Western Art. Cox Is Also A Three-time Winner Of The Olaf Wieghorst Best Of Show At The Mountain Oyster Club. Tim, A Fourth Generation Arizonan, And His Wife, Suzie, Enjoy The Life That The Artist Paints On Their Ranch In New Mexico That They Call Home. Surrounded By Their Cattle And Horses, They Truly Live The Western Life That Most Of Us Can Only Dream About.

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A QUICK MAP BY DOUG HALL

Lot 2154S: A QUICK MAP BY DOUG HALL

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,400 - $1,740

Description: A Quick Map By Doug Hall - Edition Size: 250 - Giclee, Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 32 X 24 Release Date: 7-2013 ???.doug Hall?s Paintings Reflect His Admiration And Respect For The Culture Of Early Eastern Woodland Native Americans. Most Influential In His Development Has Been Mentor Bob Tommey, A Master Of Color Who Resides In Carthage, Missouri. Hall Grew Up Painting In Neosho, Missouri And Now Lives In Mcdonald County Surrounded By Huckleberry State Forest. He Is An Avid Black Powder Shooter And Horseback Rider. Past Recognition Includes The George Phippen Memorial Fine Art Award, Prescott, Arizona, 2002; First Place In Oils, Sedona, Arizona, 2003; Artists' Choice And The H.e. Williams Award, Midwest Gathering Of The Artists, 2004; And Best Of Show, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2005. Represented By Altermann Gallery

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CITY LIGHTS BY ROD CHASE - FULL IMAGE

Lot 2193S: CITY LIGHTS BY ROD CHASE - FULL IMAGE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $3,500 - $4,375

Description: City Lights By Rod Chase - Full Image - Edition Size: 150 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 45 X 30 Release Date: 12-2006 ???.as One Of Today?s Finest And Most Recognized Photorealist Painters, Rod Chase Has Earned The Highest Respect Of His Peers And The Admiration Of Legions Of Collectors. Each Painting From The Artist?s Easel Is A Masterpiece Created From Extensive Research And Numerous Photographs Of Each Of His Subjects. This Technique, Along With The Aid Of Historical Photographs, Results In A Timeless Quality In Each Of Chase?s Works. In His Quest For Mystique, Accuracy, And A True Sense Of History, Chase Does Extensive Research. His Travels Have Led Him From New York And Washington, D.c. To Colorado And California And Finally To Italy In A Never-ending Search To Obtain Materials And Photography For New Paintings. The Talented Artist Says, "being A Photorealist, I Am Dependent On Finding Accurate Reference Material For Each Painting.? Chase Works With Acrylics On Canvas, Spending Hundreds Of Hours On Each Painting With The Ultimate Goal Of Presenting A Fresh, Unique, And Elegant Approach To Familiar Subjects. The Detail In Each Painting Is Remarkable, But The Mood Each Is Equally Impressive. Chase Is Acknowledged As A Master Of Breathtaking Scenes Depicting Our Country?s Natural And Historical Treasures. He Has Painted Images Of Such Famous Landmarks As The White House, The Capitol, And The Supreme Court Building To Name A Few. As A Naturalized Citizen, He Felt Honored As Well As Professionally Challenged To Paint These Subjects. Chase Also Paints Magnificent Foreign Landscapes. His Travels In Italy Inspired Him To Paint St. Peter?s Basilica And The Romantic Canals Of Venice. The Artist?s Outstanding Talent In His Use Of Light Is Evident In "the Glory Of San Pietro? And "the Mists Of Morning.? Without Traveling To These World-famous Locales, The Viewer Is Able To Feel As If The Scene Is Unfolding Before Them In Person. Rising Early To Photograph The Dramatic Light Of Sunrise Or Awaiting The Soft, Moody Glow Of Sunset, Chase Captures The Emotion And Direction In Which He Will Paint His Subject. The Artist Will Continue To Create Elegant, Awe-inspiring Scenes By Combining Antique And Modern Photographs With Just The Right Touch Of Artistic License. Rod Chase Is Represented By Greenhouse Gallery Of Fine Art In San Antonio, Texas. He Is Published Exclusively By Somerset Fine Art. Chase, A Native Of Canada, And His Wife Live With Their Five Children In The Texas Hill Country. In 1999, He Became A United States Citizen.

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BLAZE BY NANCY GLAZIER

Lot 2195S: BLAZE BY NANCY GLAZIER

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $550 - $690

Description: Blaze By Nancy Glazier - Edition Size: 20 - Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 15 X 20 Release Date: 3-2004 ???.nancy Glazier Is Passionate About Her Art And The Subject Of Her Art. This Passion Is Evident In The Way She Paints And The Way She Lives ? They Are Inseparable. Surrounded By Mountain Beauty And The Animals The Artist Loves To Paint, Glazier Says, ?i Feel A Kinship With The Animal That Grows As The Painting Progresses. There Is A Powerful Chemistry At Work. People Ask Me, ?which Is Your Favorite Animal To Paint?? I Can Tell You It Is Always The Very Animal I Am Painting At The Time." For Glazier, It Is ??a Warm, Living, Breathing Process That Brings Me Back Again And Again To The Easel. It Is My Ultimate Reward.? Many Of The Artist?s Admirers And Collectors Consider Glazier To Be An Extraordinary Artist Whose Paintings Seem ?alive.? For Her, This Is Warm Praise, Because She Desires To Share What She Experiences Through Her Paintings. She Hopes The Viewer, Too, Will Feel The Warmth Of The Sun Or The Crisp Chill Of Winter, Smell The Sage And Dust, Or Hear The Bellow Of The Bison. Glazier Knew She Wanted To Be An Artist From Early Childhood. In Her Teens, She Lived In Wyoming Where She Immersed Herself In The Rugged, Western Terrain. There She Was Mentored And Taught By Artist Adolph Spohr, Who Gave Her Private Instruction And Taught Her How A Professional Uses Paint And Brush?how To Observe And Self-correct. The Artist?s Style Evolved Over Time. After Seeing A Dramatic Photograph Of A Grizzly, She Was Awakened To A Desire To Paint Animals ?close Up And Hair-by-hair.? The Artist Has Taken Hands-on Anatomy Classes That Enable Her To Paint An Amazingly Accurate Portrait Of An Animal From Its Bone Structure To Muscles To Hair, Bringing It Life On Her Canvas. The Artist Enjoys Much Success As One Of Today?s Most Talented Wildlife Painters. Her Original Works Are Represented By One Of America?s Leading Galleries. Her Paintings Have Been Featured At Prestigious Shows Throughout The Country, And Two Of Her Works Hang In The Museum Of Church History And Art In Salt Lake City. Glazier And Her Husband Reside In An Idyllic Setting In Nevada Where A Spacious Studio Allows Her To Create Her Extraordinary Paintings And Continue Her Journey Of Discovery To Capture ?the Whole Picture.?

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VIA DELL?AMORE BY ROD CHASE

Lot 2198S: VIA DELL?AMORE BY ROD CHASE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,600 - $3,250

Description: Via Dell?amore By Rod Chase - Edition Size: 15 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 X 40 Release Date: 10-2008 ???.as One Of Today?s Finest And Most Recognized Photorealist Painters, Rod Chase Has Earned The Highest Respect Of His Peers And The Admiration Of Legions Of Collectors. Each Painting From The Artist?s Easel Is A Masterpiece Created From Extensive Research And Numerous Photographs Of Each Of His Subjects. This Technique, Along With The Aid Of Historical Photographs, Results In A Timeless Quality In Each Of Chase?s Works. In His Quest For Mystique, Accuracy, And A True Sense Of History, Chase Does Extensive Research. His Travels Have Led Him From New York And Washington, D.c. To Colorado And California And Finally To Italy In A Never-ending Search To Obtain Materials And Photography For New Paintings. The Talented Artist Says, "being A Photorealist, I Am Dependent On Finding Accurate Reference Material For Each Painting.? Chase Works With Acrylics On Canvas, Spending Hundreds Of Hours On Each Painting With The Ultimate Goal Of Presenting A Fresh, Unique, And Elegant Approach To Familiar Subjects. The Detail In Each Painting Is Remarkable, But The Mood Each Is Equally Impressive. Chase Is Acknowledged As A Master Of Breathtaking Scenes Depicting Our Country?s Natural And Historical Treasures. He Has Painted Images Of Such Famous Landmarks As The White House, The Capitol, And The Supreme Court Building To Name A Few. As A Naturalized Citizen, He Felt Honored As Well As Professionally Challenged To Paint These Subjects. Chase Also Paints Magnificent Foreign Landscapes. His Travels In Italy Inspired Him To Paint St. Peter?s Basilica And The Romantic Canals Of Venice. The Artist?s Outstanding Talent In His Use Of Light Is Evident In "the Glory Of San Pietro? And "the Mists Of Morning.? Without Traveling To These World-famous Locales, The Viewer Is Able To Feel As If The Scene Is Unfolding Before Them In Person. Rising Early To Photograph The Dramatic Light Of Sunrise Or Awaiting The Soft, Moody Glow Of Sunset, Chase Captures The Emotion And Direction In Which He Will Paint His Subject. The Artist Will Continue To Create Elegant, Awe-inspiring Scenes By Combining Antique And Modern Photographs With Just The Right Touch Of Artistic License. Rod Chase Is Represented By Greenhouse Gallery Of Fine Art In San Antonio, Texas. He Is Published Exclusively By Somerset Fine Art. Chase, A Native Of Canada, And His Wife Live With Their Five Children In The Texas Hill Country. In 1999, He Became A United States Citizen.

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HEART AND HOME BY TIM COX

Lot 2223S: HEART AND HOME BY TIM COX

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $490

Description: Heart And Home By Tim Cox - Edition Size: 950 - Print - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 20 X 30 Release Date: 10-2008 ???.as A Young Child, Tim Cox Vowed He ?was Going To Be A Cowboy Artist? When He Grew Up, And He Has Lived That Dream For 30 Years. Growing Up In A Small Farming And Ranching Community In Arizona Was A Natural Environment That Influenced Cox?s Love For Being Surrounded By Cattle And Horses And The Wide Open Spaces. While Most Of The Artist?s Time Is Spent Painting, He Rides And Works On Various Ranches Throughout The West And Also Raises Cattle And Trains Horses He Owns. Cox?s Everyday Experience With The Cowboy Life Is Reflected In The Outstanding Works That He Creates. He Combines Color, Value, Perspective, Accuracy, And Design In His Scenes Of The Daily Life Of The Cowboy. As A Perfectionist, His Attention To Detail And Hands-on Knowledge Of The Cattle And Horses He So Loves To Paint Have Earned The Artist Legends Of Admirers And Collectors Who Appreciate His Accurate Portrayals Of Western Life. Viewers Are Brought Up-close And Personal With The Animals And People Who Inhabit Cox?s World. The West Comes Alive In His Paintings. Considered One Of The Great Western Artists Of Our Time, Cox Is One Of Today?s Most Successful Painters In His Genre. Through The Years, Many Accolades Have Been Bestowed On This Very Talented Artist, And This Year Cox Was Asked To Join The Prestigious Cowboy Artists Of America; He Participated In The 2008 Exhibition. Cox Has Won Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. In 2008, Décor Magazine Featured Cox As One Of The 14 Most Enduring And Successful Poster Artists. In 2007, His Painting, ?good Horses And Wide Open Spaces,? Won The Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award; At This Same Exhibit In 2004, ?along Eagle Creek? Won The Award. In 2003, The Artist Was Honored With One Of The Most Prestigious Awards In Western Art At The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum Exhibit. Cox?s Painting, ?on To Better Pastures,? Won The Coveted Prix De West Purchase Award. In 2001, The Artist Was Awarded The Will Rogers Western Artist Of The Year By The Academy Of Western Artists And Friends Of Western Art. Cox Is Also A Three-time Winner Of The Olaf Wieghorst Best Of Show At The Mountain Oyster Club. Tim, A Fourth Generation Arizonan, And His Wife, Suzie, Enjoy The Life That The Artist Paints On Their Ranch In New Mexico That They Call Home. Surrounded By Their Cattle And Horses, They Truly Live The Western Life That Most Of Us Can Only Dream About.

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EYE OF THE STORM BY NANCY GLAZIER

Lot 2236S: EYE OF THE STORM BY NANCY GLAZIER

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,100 - $1,380

Description: Eye Of The Storm By Nancy Glazier - Edition Size: 50 - Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 20 X 30 Release Date: 5-2008 ???.nancy Glazier Is Passionate About Her Art And The Subject Of Her Art. This Passion Is Evident In The Way She Paints And The Way She Lives ? They Are Inseparable. Surrounded By Mountain Beauty And The Animals The Artist Loves To Paint, Glazier Says, ?i Feel A Kinship With The Animal That Grows As The Painting Progresses. There Is A Powerful Chemistry At Work. People Ask Me, ?which Is Your Favorite Animal To Paint?? I Can Tell You It Is Always The Very Animal I Am Painting At The Time." For Glazier, It Is ??a Warm, Living, Breathing Process That Brings Me Back Again And Again To The Easel. It Is My Ultimate Reward.? Many Of The Artist?s Admirers And Collectors Consider Glazier To Be An Extraordinary Artist Whose Paintings Seem ?alive.? For Her, This Is Warm Praise, Because She Desires To Share What She Experiences Through Her Paintings. She Hopes The Viewer, Too, Will Feel The Warmth Of The Sun Or The Crisp Chill Of Winter, Smell The Sage And Dust, Or Hear The Bellow Of The Bison. Glazier Knew She Wanted To Be An Artist From Early Childhood. In Her Teens, She Lived In Wyoming Where She Immersed Herself In The Rugged, Western Terrain. There She Was Mentored And Taught By Artist Adolph Spohr, Who Gave Her Private Instruction And Taught Her How A Professional Uses Paint And Brush?how To Observe And Self-correct. The Artist?s Style Evolved Over Time. After Seeing A Dramatic Photograph Of A Grizzly, She Was Awakened To A Desire To Paint Animals ?close Up And Hair-by-hair.? The Artist Has Taken Hands-on Anatomy Classes That Enable Her To Paint An Amazingly Accurate Portrait Of An Animal From Its Bone Structure To Muscles To Hair, Bringing It Life On Her Canvas. The Artist Enjoys Much Success As One Of Today?s Most Talented Wildlife Painters. Her Original Works Are Represented By One Of America?s Leading Galleries. Her Paintings Have Been Featured At Prestigious Shows Throughout The Country, And Two Of Her Works Hang In The Museum Of Church History And Art In Salt Lake City. Glazier And Her Husband Reside In An Idyllic Setting In Nevada Where A Spacious Studio Allows Her To Create Her Extraordinary Paintings And Continue Her Journey Of Discovery To Capture ?the Whole Picture.?

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QUIET TIME BY TIM COX

Lot 2306S: QUIET TIME BY TIM COX

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $590 - $740

Description: Quiet Time By Tim Cox - Edition Size: 950 - Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 15.5 X 25 Release Date: 3-2006 ???.as A Young Child, Tim Cox Vowed He ?was Going To Be A Cowboy Artist? When He Grew Up, And He Has Lived That Dream For 30 Years. Growing Up In A Small Farming And Ranching Community In Arizona Was A Natural Environment That Influenced Cox?s Love For Being Surrounded By Cattle And Horses And The Wide Open Spaces. While Most Of The Artist?s Time Is Spent Painting, He Rides And Works On Various Ranches Throughout The West And Also Raises Cattle And Trains Horses He Owns. Cox?s Everyday Experience With The Cowboy Life Is Reflected In The Outstanding Works That He Creates. He Combines Color, Value, Perspective, Accuracy, And Design In His Scenes Of The Daily Life Of The Cowboy. As A Perfectionist, His Attention To Detail And Hands-on Knowledge Of The Cattle And Horses He So Loves To Paint Have Earned The Artist Legends Of Admirers And Collectors Who Appreciate His Accurate Portrayals Of Western Life. Viewers Are Brought Up-close And Personal With The Animals And People Who Inhabit Cox?s World. The West Comes Alive In His Paintings. Considered One Of The Great Western Artists Of Our Time, Cox Is One Of Today?s Most Successful Painters In His Genre. Through The Years, Many Accolades Have Been Bestowed On This Very Talented Artist, And This Year Cox Was Asked To Join The Prestigious Cowboy Artists Of America; He Participated In The 2008 Exhibition. Cox Has Won Numerous Awards For His Wonderful Art. In 2008, Décor Magazine Featured Cox As One Of The 14 Most Enduring And Successful Poster Artists. In 2007, His Painting, ?good Horses And Wide Open Spaces,? Won The Express Ranches Great American Cowboy Award; At This Same Exhibit In 2004, ?along Eagle Creek? Won The Award. In 2003, The Artist Was Honored With One Of The Most Prestigious Awards In Western Art At The National Cowboy And Western Heritage Museum Exhibit. Cox?s Painting, ?on To Better Pastures,? Won The Coveted Prix De West Purchase Award. In 2001, The Artist Was Awarded The Will Rogers Western Artist Of The Year By The Academy Of Western Artists And Friends Of Western Art. Cox Is Also A Three-time Winner Of The Olaf Wieghorst Best Of Show At The Mountain Oyster Club. Tim, A Fourth Generation Arizonan, And His Wife, Suzie, Enjoy The Life That The Artist Paints On Their Ranch In New Mexico That They Call Home. Surrounded By Their Cattle And Horses, They Truly Live The Western Life That Most Of Us Can Only Dream About.

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HONORED GLORY BY ROD CHASE

Lot 2317S: HONORED GLORY BY ROD CHASE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $990 - $1,240

Description: Honored Glory By Rod Chase - Edition Size: 35 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 X 16 Release Date: 7-2010 ???.as One Of Today?s Finest And Most Recognized Photorealist Painters, Rod Chase Has Earned The Highest Respect Of His Peers And The Admiration Of Legions Of Collectors. Each Painting From The Artist?s Easel Is A Masterpiece Created From Extensive Research And Numerous Photographs Of Each Of His Subjects. This Technique, Along With The Aid Of Historical Photographs, Results In A Timeless Quality In Each Of Chase?s Works. In His Quest For Mystique, Accuracy, And A True Sense Of History, Chase Does Extensive Research. His Travels Have Led Him From New York And Washington, D.c. To Colorado And California And Finally To Italy In A Never-ending Search To Obtain Materials And Photography For New Paintings. The Talented Artist Says, "being A Photorealist, I Am Dependent On Finding Accurate Reference Material For Each Painting.? Chase Works With Acrylics On Canvas, Spending Hundreds Of Hours On Each Painting With The Ultimate Goal Of Presenting A Fresh, Unique, And Elegant Approach To Familiar Subjects. The Detail In Each Painting Is Remarkable, But The Mood Each Is Equally Impressive. Chase Is Acknowledged As A Master Of Breathtaking Scenes Depicting Our Country?s Natural And Historical Treasures. He Has Painted Images Of Such Famous Landmarks As The White House, The Capitol, And The Supreme Court Building To Name A Few. As A Naturalized Citizen, He Felt Honored As Well As Professionally Challenged To Paint These Subjects. Chase Also Paints Magnificent Foreign Landscapes. His Travels In Italy Inspired Him To Paint St. Peter?s Basilica And The Romantic Canals Of Venice. The Artist?s Outstanding Talent In His Use Of Light Is Evident In "the Glory Of San Pietro? And "the Mists Of Morning.? Without Traveling To These World-famous Locales, The Viewer Is Able To Feel As If The Scene Is Unfolding Before Them In Person. Rising Early To Photograph The Dramatic Light Of Sunrise Or Awaiting The Soft, Moody Glow Of Sunset, Chase Captures The Emotion And Direction In Which He Will Paint His Subject. The Artist Will Continue To Create Elegant, Awe-inspiring Scenes By Combining Antique And Modern Photographs With Just The Right Touch Of Artistic License. Rod Chase Is Represented By Greenhouse Gallery Of Fine Art In San Antonio, Texas. He Is Published Exclusively By Somerset Fine Art. Chase, A Native Of Canada, And His Wife Live With Their Five Children In The Texas Hill Country. In 1999, He Became A United States Citizen.

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THE MISTS OF MORNING BY ROD CHASE

Lot 2349S: THE MISTS OF MORNING BY ROD CHASE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,600 - $3,250

Description: The Mists Of Morning By Rod Chase - Edition Size: 15 - Giclee On Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 36 X 24 Release Date: 6-2008 ???.as One Of Today?s Finest And Most Recognized Photorealist Painters, Rod Chase Has Earned The Highest Respect Of His Peers And The Admiration Of Legions Of Collectors. Each Painting From The Artist?s Easel Is A Masterpiece Created From Extensive Research And Numerous Photographs Of Each Of His Subjects. This Technique, Along With The Aid Of Historical Photographs, Results In A Timeless Quality In Each Of Chase?s Works. In His Quest For Mystique, Accuracy, And A True Sense Of History, Chase Does Extensive Research. His Travels Have Led Him From New York And Washington, D.c. To Colorado And California And Finally To Italy In A Never-ending Search To Obtain Materials And Photography For New Paintings. The Talented Artist Says, "being A Photorealist, I Am Dependent On Finding Accurate Reference Material For Each Painting.? Chase Works With Acrylics On Canvas, Spending Hundreds Of Hours On Each Painting With The Ultimate Goal Of Presenting A Fresh, Unique, And Elegant Approach To Familiar Subjects. The Detail In Each Painting Is Remarkable, But The Mood Each Is Equally Impressive. Chase Is Acknowledged As A Master Of Breathtaking Scenes Depicting Our Country?s Natural And Historical Treasures. He Has Painted Images Of Such Famous Landmarks As The White House, The Capitol, And The Supreme Court Building To Name A Few. As A Naturalized Citizen, He Felt Honored As Well As Professionally Challenged To Paint These Subjects. Chase Also Paints Magnificent Foreign Landscapes. His Travels In Italy Inspired Him To Paint St. Peter?s Basilica And The Romantic Canals Of Venice. The Artist?s Outstanding Talent In His Use Of Light Is Evident In "the Glory Of San Pietro? And "the Mists Of Morning.? Without Traveling To These World-famous Locales, The Viewer Is Able To Feel As If The Scene Is Unfolding Before Them In Person. Rising Early To Photograph The Dramatic Light Of Sunrise Or Awaiting The Soft, Moody Glow Of Sunset, Chase Captures The Emotion And Direction In Which He Will Paint His Subject. The Artist Will Continue To Create Elegant, Awe-inspiring Scenes By Combining Antique And Modern Photographs With Just The Right Touch Of Artistic License. Rod Chase Is Represented By Greenhouse Gallery Of Fine Art In San Antonio, Texas. He Is Published Exclusively By Somerset Fine Art. Chase, A Native Of Canada, And His Wife Live With Their Five Children In The Texas Hill Country. In 1999, He Became A United States Citizen.

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EMPTY LODGE BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 2364S: EMPTY LODGE BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $6,500 - $8,150

Description: Empty Lodge By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 35 - Giclee On Canvas - Grande Edition Dimensions: 45 X 60 Release Date: 6-2010 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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DANIEL SMITH - WINTER´S EMBRACE

Lot 2394W: DANIEL SMITH - WINTER´S EMBRACE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,140 - $1,425

Description: Daniel Smith - Winter´s Embrace - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - - Image Size: 24"w X 16"h. Limited Edition Of: 100?.in The Mid-1990s, When Wolves (which Had Been Eradicated From The Park) Were Reintroduced To Yellowstone, Daniel Smith Worked With The Yellowstone Wolf Recovery Project, Hiking Through The Park To Observe The Habits And Environmental Impact Of The Newly Introduced Wolves. Since Then, Wolves Have Become One Of His Favorite Subjects And He Paints Them In All Seasons. ?living In The Mountains Of Montana Has Provided Me With Ample Time To Experience Snow,? Says Smith. ?fresh Snow Creates Wonderful Textures And A Quiet Serenity That Is Always Inspiring. Wolf Reintroduction In The West Has Rekindled My Interest In This Extraordinary Predator. ?my Paintings Are A Reflection Of Many Years Of Field Work And My Passion For The Natural World. My Objective Is To Share My Passion Through A Scientifically Accurate, Realistic Painting While Maintaining Artistic Integrity.?

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COMANCHE MOON BY MARTIN GRELLE

Lot 2419S: COMANCHE MOON BY MARTIN GRELLE

by Artistic Holdings Company

August 2, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,200 - $2,750

Description: Comanche Moon By Martin Grelle - Edition Size: 150 - Giclee On Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 30 X 30 Release Date: 5-2013 ???.whether Painting The Native Americans In A Dramatic, Picturesque Setting, Or The American Cowboy In The Dusty Cattle-working Pens, Martin Grelle Captures The Spirit, Beauty, And Vastness Of The West In His Historically-accurate, Compelling Images. Grelle Studies Diligently To Portray The Diverse Cultures Of The American West Accurately And With Sensitivity. His Knowledge Of The Cowboy?s Way Of Life, Gained From His Time Spent Horseback On Ranches During The Annual Cowboy Artists Of America?s (caa) Trail Ride, As Well As The Time Spent With Local Ranchers And Friends, Is Evident In His Contemporary Cowboy Paintings. The Many Hours Spent In Museums, At Historical Re-enactments, In Visiting With Experts On Native American Culture, And Reading From His Extensive Library, Have Helped Him To Bring His Vision Of The Plains Indian Culture To Life On Canvas. Grelle Was Born When His Family Lived On A Small Farm A Few Miles From The Small, Central Texas Town Of Clifton, Which He Still Calls Home Today. This Beautiful And Historic Area Has Become A Mecca For Artists, Including Many Of Grelle?s Close Friends. They All Enjoy Getting Together To "talk Art?, Critique Each Other?s Work, And Exchange Ideas. Many Of Them, Including Grelle, Teach Annual Workshops Through A Local Art Facility Known As The Bosque Conservatory, Which Has Begun To Have A National Presence. Grelle Treasures This Feeling Of Community And The Opportunities He Is Afforded Living In Such A Creative Environment. The Artist?s Talents Were Evident As A Child And He Began Painting At An Early Age. Luckily For The Budding Painter, Acclaimed Western Artists James Boren And Melvin Warren Had Settled In The Same Area While He Was In School. With Excellent Guidance From James Boren, A Full-time Artist Was Born In His Early Twenties. Since Then, Grelle Has Studied And Traveled Widely To Seek Subject Matter For His Work. Working Primarily In Oils On Canvas, The Artist?s Figures And Landscape Become One In A Painterly Style Rich In Vibrant Color And Narrative. For More Than 30 Years Grelle Has Made A Career Of His Art, And Has Won Awards Of Both Regional And National Importance. In 1995, He Was Elected To The Cowboy Artists Of America, And He Is One Of The Younger Active Members. He Is Currently Serving His Second Term On The Board Of Directors For That Organization, And Participates In The Annual Caa Exhibition And Sale At The Phoenix Art Museum Each October. Grelle Won The Caa People?s Choice Award In 2002, For His Painting Monarchs Of The North, And The Ray Swanson Memorial Award In 2008, For His Painting Newlyweds. He Has Also Been Privileged To Participate In Other Major Juried Shows Across The United States. Included In That List Are The Prix De West Invitational Art Exhibition And Sale At The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Which He Has Participated In Each Year Since 1995, The Masters Of The American West Fine Art Exhibition & Sale At The Autry National Center, And The Inaugural Quest For The West Exhibition & Sale At The Eiteljorg Museum. Awards Of Merit Include The Prix De West Purchase Award, Which He Won In 2002 For His Painting Teller Of Tales, And Again In 2005, For His Painting Two Coups, Making Him One Of Only 6 Artists To Have Won The Top Award Twice. Grelle Has Also Won Twice The Nona Jean Hulsey Ramsey Buyer?s Choice Award At Prix De West, First In 2004 With Signs Along The Snake, And Again In 2006, For Dust In The Distance. The Artist Is Represented By Overland Gallery Of Fine Art, In Scottsdale, Arizona, Where A One-man Show Is Held For Grelle Each March. The 2008 Show Marked Grelle?s 20th Anniversary One-man Show With The Gallery. The Artist Has Been Profiled In A Number Of Publications, Including The Magazines Art Of The West, Western Art Collector, Southwest Art, Western Art & Architecture, Persimmon Hill, American Cowboy, Western Horseman, Wild West, And Informart. His Work Has Also Been Showcased On The Covers Of Many Of These Publications. Grelle Says Humbly, "i Thank God For The Ability And The Opportunities He Has Given Me, And I Hope I Can Continue To Grow And Learn More With Each Finished Painting. I Am Honored By Everyone Who Collects My Work, And I Will Always Strive To Create Artwork Worthy Of Their Attention, And Their Investment.?

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