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Lew E. Davis Sold at Auction Prices

Landscape painter, Still life painter, Wall painter, b. 1910 - d. 1979

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    • Lew Davis Landscape
      Oct. 21, 2023

      Lew Davis Landscape

      Est: $5,000 - $8,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) Landscape Oil on canvas Signed Lew Davis, lower left

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Lew Davis Untitled (Hogbacks)
      Apr. 22, 2023

      Lew Davis Untitled (Hogbacks)

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) Untitled (Hogbacks) Oil on board Signed and dated Lew E Davis 1930, lower left

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Lew Davis Summer Storm over Mingus Mountain
      Oct. 22, 2022

      Lew Davis Summer Storm over Mingus Mountain

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) Summer Storm over Mingus Mountain, 1936 Oil on board Signed and dated Lew E. Davis 1936, lower right Titled, signed and dated, verso.

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Lew E. Davis Signed Limited Edition Print
      Sep. 10, 2022

      Lew E. Davis Signed Limited Edition Print

      Est: -

      Titled: " Girl On Red Horse". Signed In The Lower Right Corner. Frame Measures Approximately 43in X 28in. Art Measures Approximately 35in X 20in. 1613 Zh

      EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
    • LEW DAVIS "GIRL ON RED HORSE" LITHOGRAPH
      Jul. 24, 2022

      LEW DAVIS "GIRL ON RED HORSE" LITHOGRAPH

      Est: -

      Lew Davis (1910-1979) "Girl on Red Horse" Lithograph. Born in Jerome, territory of Arizona, Lew Davis has a name associated with the copper mining landscapes of his hometown, and he is referred to as the Dean of Arizona Artists. As a youngster, he was a frustration to his teachers because he continually drew in notebooks and paid little attention to lessons. He saw illustrations of Norman Rockwell and decided he wanted to do work like him. At age 17, Davis traveled to New York and worked as a sign painter and messenger boy for The New York Sun while studying at the Academy of Design with Leon Kroll. He taught for three years at a private school in New Jersey, and returned in 1935 to Jerome on a United States Treasury Department Art Project. This assignment required him to send six paintings a year of his region back to Washington D.C., an obligation he fulfilled by painting his "Jerome Series" of copper mining scenes, which brought him his first national recognition. Artist: Lew Davis Title: "Girl on Red Horse" Medium: Lithograph Signature Type: Pencil Signature Location: Lower Right Edition: 55/100 Site Measurement: 35in x 20.25in Keywords: Animal Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1495

      Bradford's
    • LEW DAVIS "BIG BLUE" LITHOGRAPH
      Jul. 24, 2022

      LEW DAVIS "BIG BLUE" LITHOGRAPH

      Est: -

      Lew Davis (1910-1979) "Big Blue" Lithograph. Born in Jerome, territory of Arizona, Lew Davis has a name associated with the copper mining landscapes of his hometown, and he is referred to as the Dean of Arizona Artists. As a youngster, he was a frustration to his teachers because he continually drew in notebooks and paid little attention to lessons. He saw illustrations of Norman Rockwell and decided he wanted to do work like him. At age 17, Davis traveled to New York and worked as a sign painter and messenger boy for The New York Sun while studying at the Academy of Design with Leon Kroll. He taught for three years at a private school in New Jersey, and returned in 1935 to Jerome on a United States Treasury Department Art Project. This assignment required him to send six paintings a year of his region back to Washington D.C., an obligation he fulfilled by painting his "Jerome Series" of copper mining scenes, which brought him his first national recognition. Artist: Lew Davis Title: "Big Blue" Medium: Lithograph Signature Type: Pencil Signature Location: Lower Right Edition: 21/100 Site Measurement: 20.25in x 21in Keywords: Animal Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1495

      Bradford's
    • Lew Davis, Desert Phenomenon
      May. 27, 2022

      Lew Davis, Desert Phenomenon

      Est: $600 - $800

      Lew Davis (1910 - 1979) Desert Phenomenon lithograph, edition of 75 signed lower right: LEW DAViS titled lower center: "Desert Phenomenon" editioned lower left: 14/75

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Lew Davis, Big Blue
      May. 27, 2022

      Lew Davis, Big Blue

      Est: $600 - $800

      Lew Davis (1910 - 1979) Big Blue serigraph, edition of 100 signed lower right: Lew Davis titled lower center: "Big Blue" editioned lower left: 95/100 comes with Certificate of Authenticity

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Lew Davis, Girl on a Red Horse
      May. 27, 2022

      Lew Davis, Girl on a Red Horse

      Est: $700 - $900

      Lew Davis (1910 - 1979) Girl on a Red Horse serigraph, edition of 100 signed lower right: Lew Davis titled lower center: "Girl on a Red Horse" editioned lower left: 79/100 comes with Certificate of Authenticity

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Lew Davis, Sonora Skull, 1977
      Mar. 12, 2022

      Lew Davis, Sonora Skull, 1977

      Est: $400 - $600

      Lew Davis (1910 - 1979) Sonora Skull, 1977 color lithograph, Bon a tirer (B.A.T.) signed lower right: Lew Davis titled lower center: Sonora Skull editioned lower left: B.A.T. Tamarind 77-617

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • LEW DAVIS (1910 - 1979)
      Dec. 13, 2020

      LEW DAVIS (1910 - 1979)

      Est: $400 - $600

      "Big Blue" Edition 56/100; c. 1960; Color Lithograph; 20" x 21"; Signed Lower Right; Unframed

      James Cox Gallery
    • Lew Davis (2) Desert Phenomena & Three Horses, 1978 & 1979
      Oct. 24, 2020

      Lew Davis (2) Desert Phenomena & Three Horses, 1978 & 1979

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) (2) Desert Phenomena & Three Horses, 1978 & 1979 Lithographs on paper ed. 7 of 75 and CTP apart from an ed. of 100 Signed in pencil Lew Davis, lower right of each work Three Horses dimensions 18" x 20.5". Titled in pencil, lower middle of Desert Phenomenon. Printer's blind stamps, lower left and right of Three Horses.

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Lew Davis, (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ), "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978, Oil on masonite, 16" H x 22" W
      Mar. 15, 2020

      Lew Davis, (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ), "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978, Oil on masonite, 16" H x 22" W

      Est: $3,000 - $4,000

      Lew Davis (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ) "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978 Oil on masonite Signed lower right: Lew Davis, signed again and titled verso 16" H x 22" W

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Lew Davis, (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ), "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978, Oil on masonite, 16" H x 22" W
      Sep. 08, 2019

      Lew Davis, (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ), "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978, Oil on masonite, 16" H x 22" W

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Lew Davis (1910-1979 Pinnacle Peak, AZ) "Elevation 2800 Feet," 1978 Oil on masonite Signed lower right: Lew Davis, signed again and titled verso 16" H x 22" W

      John Moran Auctioneers
    • Lew Davis, triptych painting
      May. 17, 2019

      Lew Davis, triptych painting

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979), Whener Estate, oil on masonite, each panel signed lower right each, framed, 30"h x 18"w, 24"w, 18"w (panels), 30.5"h x 18.5w, 24.5"w, 18.5"w (frame)

      Millea Bros Ltd
    • Lew Davis (1910-1979), "Blue Canyon" Oil on Masonite
      Feb. 11, 2018

      Lew Davis (1910-1979), "Blue Canyon" Oil on Masonite

      Est: -

      Born in Jerome, Arizona, Lew Davis has a name associated with the copper mining landscapes of his hometown, and he is referred to as the Dean of Arizona Artists. He hand signed this painting, titled 'Blue Canyon', which is an oil painting on Masonite.  This item is in great condition with wood frame. Artist: Lew Davis (1910-1979),Title: "Blue Canyon" Medium: Oil on Masonite Year or Era: 1977 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Upper Left Approx. Measurement: 30" x 27" Site Measurements: 20" x 18" Approx. Ship Weight: 8lbs. Keywords: Art This item lovingly donated by a private estate with proceeds going to benefit the Mayo Clinic.; Ref: JE13351

      J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
    • Landscape of the Whener Estate: a triptych
      Dec. 17, 2014

      Landscape of the Whener Estate: a triptych

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) Landscape of the Whener Estate: a triptych signed 'Lew Davis' (lower right of each panel) oil on masonite 30 x 62 in. (76.2 x 157.5 cm.), overall

      Christie's
    • * Lew Davis, (American, 1910-1979), Eight Figures, 1935
      Sep. 24, 2012

      * Lew Davis, (American, 1910-1979), Eight Figures, 1935

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Lew Davis (American, 1910-1979) Eight Figures, 1935 oil on masonite signed Lew E. Davis, titled and dated (upper left) 30 x 48 inches.

      Hindman
    • Lew E. Davis (American, 1910-1979)
      Jun. 30, 2009

      Lew E. Davis (American, 1910-1979)

      Est: $600 - $800

      Lew E. Davis (American, 1910-1979) Mercado signed 'LEW DAVIS' (upper left); and signed again and titled '"MERCADO" LEW DAVIS' (on the reverse) oil on masonite 16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • LEW DAVIS Conversation.
      Jun. 18, 2009

      LEW DAVIS Conversation.

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      LEW DAVIS Conversation. Lithograph, 1940. 295x400 mm; 11 5/8x15 3/4 inches, 1 to 1 1/4-inch margins. Edition 10. Signed, titled, dated and inscribed "10 prints" in pencil, lower margin. From the Jerome Series. A very good impression of this extremely scarce print.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Une Anémone
      Mar. 07, 2007

      Une Anémone

      Est: €300 - €500

      Lew Davis (1910-) Une Anémone signé 'Lew Davis.' (en bas à gauche) plume et encre noire, lavis gris, rehaussé de gomme arabique sur papier cartonné 203 x 253 mm. (9 x 10 in.)

      Christie's
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