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          • Fred Fellows Signed Artist Proof Print
            Apr. 13, 2024

            Fred Fellows Signed Artist Proof Print

            Est: $75 - $125

            Title is Lining Him Out. 19 1/4" by 29 3/4" framed.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows, "The First Snowfall"
            Apr. 12, 2024

            Fred Fellows, "The First Snowfall"

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934), "The First Snowfall", Oil on board, Signed and dated 85 lower right

            Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
          • FRED FELLOWS, BREAKING THE MORNING TRAIL, OFFSET LITHOGRAPH
            Mar. 23, 2024

            FRED FELLOWS, BREAKING THE MORNING TRAIL, OFFSET LITHOGRAPH

            Est: $250 - $350

            Artist: Fred Fellows, American (1934 - ) Title: Breaking the morning trail Year: 1982 Medium: Offset Lithograph, Signed and numbered Edition: 1000 Size: 21.5 in. x 34 in. (54.61 cm x 86.36 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Fred Fellows (b. 1934), "Life in the Fast Lane: The Changing of the West"
            Mar. 12, 2024

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934), "Life in the Fast Lane: The Changing of the West"

            Est: $2,000 - $3,000

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934) "Life in the Fast Lane: The Changing of the West" Patinated bronze on wood plinth Edition: 12/80 Signed and numbered in the casting: Fellows / CA; titled and attributed to front bronze plaque

            John Moran Auctioneers
          • Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"
            Feb. 16, 2024

            Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"

            Est: $6,000 - $7,000

            Limited edition of 35. A Blackfoot warrior with his lance and battle shield slides his war horse to a stop. The horse used in battle was trained to be a capable advisory and was greatly prized. Green/black patina. Signed. Purchased from the Phoenix Art Museum, "Cowboy Artists of America, Twentieth Annual Exhibition", 1985. Provenance: Property from a Berkley, MI private collection.

            DuMouchelles
          • Fred Fellows Montana Indian Watercolor Painting
            Jan. 27, 2024

            Fred Fellows Montana Indian Watercolor Painting

            Est: $600 - $800

            Title is Fish Wolf Robe Blackfoot. 7 3/4" by 10 3/4" unframed. 13 1/2" by 16 1/2" framed. Fred Fellows (Born 1934) is active/lives in Arizona, California. Fred Fellows is known for Realist western, cowboy genre sculpture and painting. Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. Although Fellows, as a youth, moved to California and attended high school in Los Angeles, he continued his interest in 'things western' including competing in rodeos, working as a saddle maker in Paramount, California for Butler Sadlery, and being a cowboy at Monolith, California on the Jamison Ranch. This period of his life was followed by serving as Art Director for Northrup Aircraft, which honed his composition skills for the realist style of western subject painting and sculpture that became his signature work. However, during this time, he experimented with abstract art as he spent many evenings for seven years meeting with a group of artists who, working in this style, did drawing together and had shows in coffee houses. However, questioning "how anyone can understand something that is totally private to the artist" (Samuels, 180), he turned to realism and to the western subjects of his heritage. In 1968, Fred Fellows was voted into membership of the Cowboy Artists of America*, a group founded in Arizona of western artists dedicated to the traditional style and western subject matter of Charles Russell and Frederic Remington. In 1997, he served as President of the CAA. He has won numerous awards at the groups' annual exhibitions including Artists Choice, 2007; Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1988; Sculpture Award, Gold Medal, 1995 and 1991; Drawing and Other Media, Silver, 1989; Drawing Award, Silver, 1977; Kieckhefer Award*: Best of Show, 1991; and CAA Memorial Award, 1975. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Fred Fellows has lived with his wife, Deborah, also a sculptor, and their daughter at Woods Bay Point on Flathead Lake at Bigfork, Montana, and the family later moved to Sonoita, Arizona.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows (b.1934) Signed & Numbered Lithograph
            Jan. 13, 2024

            Fred Fellows (b.1934) Signed & Numbered Lithograph

            Est: -

            Titled: The Welcome Committee. Frame has scuffs and scratches. Frame measures approximately 30.25in x 40.25in. Signed in the lower right corner & numbered 10/250 in the lower left corner. NR13036 SA

            EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
          • Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"
            Dec. 15, 2023

            Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"

            Est: $7,000 - $8,000

            Limited edition of 35. A Blackfoot warrior with his lance and battle shield slides his war horse to a stop. The horse used in battle was trained to be a capable advisory and was greatly prized. Green/black patina. Signed. Purchased from the Phoenix Art Museum, "Cowboy Artists of America, Twentieth Annual Exhibition", 1985. Provenance: Property from a Berkley, MI private collection.

            DuMouchelles
          • Fred FELLOWS (1934) "Dancing Back the Past" bronze à patine verte
            Nov. 28, 2023

            Fred FELLOWS (1934) "Dancing Back the Past" bronze à patine verte

            Est: CHF3,000 - CHF4,000

            Fred FELLOWS (1934) "Dancing Back the Past", bronze à patine verte, signé sur la base "Fellows CA" et num 3/50, monté sur un socle en marbre noir tournant. H. 46 cm, socle H. 5.5 x 39 x 18.5 cm

            Dogny Auction
          • Fred Fellows Montana Frontiersman Watercolor
            Nov. 25, 2023

            Fred Fellows Montana Frontiersman Watercolor

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Published as shown. Comes with two signed and numbered prints. Copyright will pass on to the next owner with the artwork. 10" by 16 3/4" unframed, 21 1/4" by 27 1/4" framed. Fred Fellows (Born 1934) is active/lives in Arizona, California. Fred Fellows is known for Realist western, cowboy genre sculpture and painting. Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. Although Fellows, as a youth, moved to California and attended high school in Los Angeles, he continued his interest in 'things western' including competing in rodeos, working as a saddle maker in Paramount, California for Butler Sadlery, and being a cowboy at Monolith, California on the Jamison Ranch. This period of his life was followed by serving as Art Director for Northrup Aircraft, which honed his composition skills for the realist style of western subject painting and sculpture that became his signature work. However, during this time, he experimented with abstract art as he spent many evenings for seven years meeting with a group of artists who, working in this style, did drawing together and had shows in coffee houses. However, questioning "how anyone can understand something that is totally private to the artist" (Samuels, 180), he turned to realism and to the western subjects of his heritage. In 1968, Fred Fellows was voted into membership of the Cowboy Artists of America*, a group founded in Arizona of western artists dedicated to the traditional style and western subject matter of Charles Russell and Frederic Remington. In 1997, he served as President of the CAA. He has won numerous awards at the groups' annual exhibitions including Artists Choice, 2007; Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1988; Sculpture Award, Gold Medal, 1995 and 1991; Drawing and Other Media, Silver, 1989; Drawing Award, Silver, 1977; Kieckhefer Award*: Best of Show, 1991; and CAA Memorial Award, 1975. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Fred Fellows has lived with his wife, Deborah, also a sculptor, and their daughter at Woods Bay Point on Flathead Lake at Bigfork, Montana, and the family later moved to Sonoita, Arizona.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows Montana Indian Watercolor Painting
            Nov. 25, 2023

            Fred Fellows Montana Indian Watercolor Painting

            Est: $600 - $800

            Title is Fish Wolf Robe Blackfoot. 7 3/4" by 10 3/4" unframed. 13 1/2" by 16 1/2" framed. Fred Fellows (Born 1934) is active/lives in Arizona, California. Fred Fellows is known for Realist western, cowboy genre sculpture and painting. Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. Although Fellows, as a youth, moved to California and attended high school in Los Angeles, he continued his interest in 'things western' including competing in rodeos, working as a saddle maker in Paramount, California for Butler Sadlery, and being a cowboy at Monolith, California on the Jamison Ranch. This period of his life was followed by serving as Art Director for Northrup Aircraft, which honed his composition skills for the realist style of western subject painting and sculpture that became his signature work. However, during this time, he experimented with abstract art as he spent many evenings for seven years meeting with a group of artists who, working in this style, did drawing together and had shows in coffee houses. However, questioning "how anyone can understand something that is totally private to the artist" (Samuels, 180), he turned to realism and to the western subjects of his heritage. In 1968, Fred Fellows was voted into membership of the Cowboy Artists of America*, a group founded in Arizona of western artists dedicated to the traditional style and western subject matter of Charles Russell and Frederic Remington. In 1997, he served as President of the CAA. He has won numerous awards at the groups' annual exhibitions including Artists Choice, 2007; Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1988; Sculpture Award, Gold Medal, 1995 and 1991; Drawing and Other Media, Silver, 1989; Drawing Award, Silver, 1977; Kieckhefer Award*: Best of Show, 1991; and CAA Memorial Award, 1975. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Fred Fellows has lived with his wife, Deborah, also a sculptor, and their daughter at Woods Bay Point on Flathead Lake at Bigfork, Montana, and the family later moved to Sonoita, Arizona.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) Dancing Back the Past, edition 12/50
            Nov. 01, 2023

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) Dancing Back the Past, edition 12/50

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) Dancing Back the Past, edition 12/50 bronze signed Fellows and numbered (base) height 18 x width 18 3/4 x depth 10 inches Property from a Private Collection Curated by Janet and Daniel Hidding

            Hindman
          • Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"
            Oct. 20, 2023

            Fred Fellows, (Oklahoma, B. 1934) Bronze, "The War Horse", H 33" L 22"

            Est: $8,000 - $10,000

            Limited edition of 35. A Blackfoot warrior with his lance and battle shield slides his war horse to a stop. The horse used in battle was trained to be a capable advisory and was greatly prized. Green/black patina. Signed. Purchased from the Phoenix Art Museum, "Cowboy Artists of America, Twentieth Annual Exhibition", 1985. Provenance: Property from a Berkley, MI private collection.

            DuMouchelles
          • FRED FELLOWS, (American b. 1934) A BRONZE SCULPTURE, "Men to Match the Mountains," 20TH CENTURY
            Sep. 23, 2023

            FRED FELLOWS, (American b. 1934) A BRONZE SCULPTURE, "Men to Match the Mountains," 20TH CENTURY

            Est: $400 - $600

            FRED FELLOWS, (American b. 1934) A BRONZE SCULPTURE, "Men to Match the Mountains," 20TH CENTURY, the standing patinated bronze figure cast holding a rifle and animal trap, signed and incised in the bronze with (c) 2/35 CA (monogram) and "JHM CLASSIC BRONZE," height: 23 3/8", width: 12", depth: 6 1/8"; raised on a stepped square form walnut base with brass plaque engraved, "MEN TO MATCH THE MOUNTAINS / by Fred Fellows," height with base: 27 1/4", width: 12", depth: 8 1/4".

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • Fred Fellows (b. 1934) Signed Lithograph Ed. 50/1000, When Cold Winds Warm the Heart
            Jul. 23, 2023

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934) Signed Lithograph Ed. 50/1000, When Cold Winds Warm the Heart

            Est: $50 - $100

            When Cold Winds Warm the Heart, signed in margin/pencil lower right "Fellows CA" and lower left "50/1000". Approx. 20 x 32 in. (image). 23 1/2 x 35 in. (paper). Tape residue on back top edge. Provenance: Abells Auction, LA, 4-21-94, lot code (CO482-94)

            Hughes Auctions
          • Fred Fellows (b. 1934) Signed Lithograph Ed. 50/1000, When Cold Winds Warm the Heart
            May. 28, 2023

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934) Signed Lithograph Ed. 50/1000, When Cold Winds Warm the Heart

            Est: $100 - $200

            When Cold Winds Warm the Heart, signed in margin/pencil lower right "Fellows CA" and lower left "50/1000". Approx. 20 x 32 in. (image). 23 1/2 x 35 in. (paper). Tape residue on back top edge. Provenance: Abells Auction, LA, 4-21-94, lot code (CO482-94)

            Hughes Auctions
          • Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Haunt of Eagles, edition 7/50
            May. 04, 2023

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Haunt of Eagles, edition 7/50

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Haunt of Eagles, edition 7/50 bronze signed Fellows and numbered (base) height 21 x width 19 x depth 11 1/4 inches Property from a Corporate Art Collection, Oklahoma

            Hindman
          • Fred Fellows (American, b.1934) "Spirit of the Plains" Bronze Figure
            May. 02, 2023

            Fred Fellows (American, b.1934) "Spirit of the Plains" Bronze Figure

            Est: $600 - $800

            Fred Fellows (American, b.1934) "Spirit of the Plains" Bronze Figure - A patinated bronze sculpture of a Native American man holding a shield and spear. Inscribed "Fellows" with a CA monogram. Also marked "JHM" inside a rectangle/"Classic Bronze". Mounted on a wood plinth base. Sculpture - 26" h, base - 3 7/8" h x 8 1/4" 8 1/4".

            Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
          • Fred Fellows (1934-), Big Win at Cheyenne
            Feb. 18, 2023

            Fred Fellows (1934-), Big Win at Cheyenne

            Est: $5,000 - $7,000

            Fred Fellows (1934-) Big Win at Cheyenne, 1987 oil on board 17 x 24 inches 27 x 34 x 2 inches (frame) signed and dated lower right: Fellows (artist cipher CA) © 87

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Fred Fellows (1934-), Change in the Menu
            Feb. 18, 2023

            Fred Fellows (1934-), Change in the Menu

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Fred Fellows (1934-) Change in the Menu bronze, 5/100 12 x 10 x 9 inches 14 x 13 x 10 1/2 inches (with base) inscribed back center: Fellows 5/100 (artist cipher CA)

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • FRED FELLOWS MONTANA BUFFALO SKULL BRONZE
            Jan. 28, 2023

            FRED FELLOWS MONTANA BUFFALO SKULL BRONZE

            Est: $250 - $350

            Title is Prairie Sentinel. 5 5/8" long, 5 3/4" tall. Fred Fellows (Born 1934) is active/lives in Arizona, California. Fred Fellows is known for Realist western, cowboy genre sculpture and painting. Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. Although Fellows, as a youth, moved to California and attended high school in Los Angeles, he continued his interest in 'things western' including competing in rodeos, working as a saddle maker in Paramount, California for Butler Sadlery, and being a cowboy at Monolith, California on the Jamison Ranch. This period of his life was followed by serving as Art Director for Northrup Aircraft, which honed his composition skills for the realist style of western subject painting and sculpture that became his signature work. However, during this time, he experimented with abstract art as he spent many evenings for seven years meeting with a group of artists who, working in this style, did drawing together and had shows in coffee houses. However, questioning "how anyone can understand something that is totally private to the artist" (Samuels, 180), he turned to realism and to the western subjects of his heritage. In 1968, Fred Fellows was voted into membership of the Cowboy Artists of America*, a group founded in Arizona of western artists dedicated to the traditional style and western subject matter of Charles Russell and Frederic Remington. In 1997, he served as President of the CAA. He has won numerous awards at the groups' annual exhibitions including Artists Choice, 2007; Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1988; Sculpture Award, Gold Medal, 1995 and 1991; Drawing and Other Media, Silver, 1989; Drawing Award, Silver, 1977; Kieckhefer Award*: Best of Show, 1991; and CAA Memorial Award, 1975. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Fred Fellows has lived with his wife, Deborah, also a sculptor, and their daughter at Woods Bay Point on Flathead Lake at Bigfork, Montana, and the family later moved to Sonoita, Arizona.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Peter M. Fillerup (1953-1916) Large Bronze Chief
            Jan. 28, 2023

            Peter M. Fillerup (1953-1916) Large Bronze Chief

            Est: $20,000 - $30,000

            This is an exceedingly rare and large original bronze sculpture titled, “Washakie” by renowned artist Peter Fillerup (American, 1953-1916). The original bronze sculpture work of art features a Northern Plains Native American Chief in full headdress, standing holding a spear and is signed Peter Fillerup 1999 3/20. Peter M. Fillerup (September 4, 1953 - August 2016) was an American sculptor from Cody, Wyoming. He was trained by Utah sculptor Avard Fairbanks. He designed a sculpture of Porter Rockwell, who served on the Council of Fifty, as well as lighting fixtures for 20 LDS temples, including the Payson Utah Temple and the Lima Peru Temple. In 1997, he designed the Hilda Erickson Memorial Statue, a public statue in memory of all American pioneers in Grantsville, Utah. The artist is immensely renowned for his standing Native American bronze sculptures and bronze chandeliers depicting the West. The condition of this bronze is good sculpture is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. For sale reference of Peter’s bronze sculptures see the bronze sculpture titled, “Fanning A Twister – Steamboat” sold by Jackson Hole Art Auction in 2013 for $14,400 (w/ bp). The measurements of this bronze sculpture is 31" x 13" x 14".

            North American Auction Company
          • FRED FELLOWS (AMERICAN, B. 1934)
            Jan. 14, 2023

            FRED FELLOWS (AMERICAN, B. 1934)

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Fred Fellows American, b. 1934 Prone Rifleman Bronze Signed and editioned 8/35 to the base. Foundry mark B/W. Full length figure of a man aiming his rifle, the ground scattered with shells. Mounted to wooden base. Purchased in 2007 from Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers and accompanied by invoice and absentee bid form.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • FRED FELLOWS (B. 1934) COLD PAINTED WESTERN BRONZE
            Nov. 12, 2022

            FRED FELLOWS (B. 1934) COLD PAINTED WESTERN BRONZE

            Est: $800 - $1,000

            Fred Fellows (Born 1934) Crazy Horse Circa 1980. The cold painted bronze sculpture with signature of 'Fellows' in the casting along with conjoined letter CA designation for the artist's membership in the Cowboy Artists of America society and the edition number of 36 from an edition of only 100 castings (36/100). The work is displayed on its original conforming walnut base with brass plaque. Measures 10.5 x 11.25 x 6.25 inches. Be aware that internet sales tax applies to all Internet transactions and local sales tax may apply to local pick-up transactions. We happily provide seamless in-house packing and shipping services on nearly everything we sell. Until further notice, we cannot offer international shipping in-house.

            Dirk Soulis Auctions
          • FRED FELLOWS "BLACKFEET CAMP" OIL ON CANVAS
            Nov. 06, 2022

            FRED FELLOWS "BLACKFEET CAMP" OIL ON CANVAS

            Est: -

            Fred Fellows (Born 1934) "Blackfeet Camp" Oil on Canvas. Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Fred Fellows was voted into membership of the Cowboy Artists of America in 1968. e has won numerous awards at the groups' annual exhibitions including Artists Choice, 2007; Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1988; Sculpture Award, Gold Medal, 1995 and 1991; Drawing and Other Media, Silver, 1989; Drawing Award, Silver, 1977; Kieckhefer Award: Best of Show, 1991; and CAA Memorial Award, 1975. Artist: Fred Fellows Title: "Blackfeet Camp" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 24 x 36 in. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1736

            Bradford's
          • FRED FELLOWS SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT MONTANA
            Nov. 05, 2022

            FRED FELLOWS SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT MONTANA

            Est: $50 - $75

            30" by 39" framed.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows (1934- ), Viva Tequila
            Sep. 16, 2022

            Fred Fellows (1934- ), Viva Tequila

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Fred Fellows (1934- ), bronze, 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 6, inscribed lower left: fellows 2/100

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Fred Fellows (1934- ), Winter Camp On Beaver Creek
            Sep. 16, 2022

            Fred Fellows (1934- ), Winter Camp On Beaver Creek

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Fred Fellows (1934- ), oil on panel, 24 x 36, signed lower left: fellows (symbol)

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Fred Fellows Limited Edition Cast Bronze Figural Sculpture
            Aug. 20, 2022

            Fred Fellows Limited Edition Cast Bronze Figural Sculpture

            Est: -

            Titled: " The Best Laid Plans". #12/100. Stands Approximately 12.5in X 11in. No Issues Found. Tm6782 Zh

            EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
          • Fred Fellows (b.1934) Bronze Native American
            Jun. 04, 2022

            Fred Fellows (b.1934) Bronze Native American

            Est: $4,000 - $5,000

            Title Is Dancing Back The Past. Marked On The Backside As Shown. #24/50. Stands Approximately 19.5in Tall. 101 Zh

            EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
          • Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Beaver Crossing , edition 5/50
            May. 19, 2022

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Beaver Crossing , edition 5/50

            Est: $3,000 - $5,000

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) The Beaver Crossing , edition 5/50 bronze signed Fellows and numbered (base) height 18 1/2 x length 27 x width 9 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Robert P. Hunter, Jr. and Barbara Hunter, Alpharetta, Georgia

            Hindman
          • FRED FELLOWS BUFFALO HUNTERS LIMITED SIGNED PRINT
            Apr. 20, 2022

            FRED FELLOWS BUFFALO HUNTERS LIMITED SIGNED PRINT

            Est: $40 - $80

            With artist details on reverse, signed Fred Fellows, limited edition 324/1000. "Buffalo Hunters" out of Ft. Griffin. Framed measuring 41 by 26 inches, print measures 33 by 18 inches.

            Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC
          • Signed Winchester on the Frontier by Fred Fellows
            Mar. 19, 2022

            Signed Winchester on the Frontier by Fred Fellows

            Est: $300 - $600

            Featured in this lot is a “Winchester on the Frontier” print portfolio by Fred Fellows. The portfolio features nine Fred Fellows prints showing eight Winchester rifles and one Henry rifle. The portfolio is marked in the front, reading "Winchester on the Frontier - A Portfolio of Nine Winchester paintings by Montana Artist Fred Fellows - © Fred Fellows, 1968", and also comes with “Winchester on the Frontier” envelope to store the portfolio. The inside cover of the portfolio folder is hand signed, "To Ted Byers with best wishes - Fred Fellows APR: 68". Each print shows the “Winchester or Henry Lever Action Rifle” across the top with the name and a depiction of the original Old West Owner. This collection contains the prints titled “Texas Ranger”, “Trapper”, “Homesteader”, “Meat Hunter”, “Gentleman Shooter”, “Cow Puncher”, “Plains Indian”, “The Scout”, and “Hide Hunter”. This is a rare set from one of Montana's most well-known and collected, mid-20th century artists. The portfolio measures 11 1/2" tall by 16" wide.

            North American Auction Company
          • FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT
            Feb. 26, 2022

            FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT

            Est: $25 - $50

            Nice print in hand addressed envelope from the artist. Back signed from the artist as a Christmas gift in 1966.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Wake Up Call by Fred Fellows (1934- )
            Feb. 19, 2022

            Wake Up Call by Fred Fellows (1934- )

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Wake Up Call by Fred Fellows (1934- ), bronze 19/100, 9 x 8 x 4

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Winchester Framed Prints by Fred Fellows (9)
            Nov. 18, 2021

            Winchester Framed Prints by Fred Fellows (9)

            Est: $50 - $100

            Winchester Framed Prints by Fred Fellows (9). Provenance: Bob Borcherdt collection. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

            Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
          • Winchester on the Frontier by Fellows
            Nov. 18, 2021

            Winchester on the Frontier by Fellows

            Est: $150 - $300

            Winchester on the Frontier, a portfolio of nine Winchester paintings by Montana Artist by Fred Fellows. The portfolio features nine Fred Fellows prints showing Winchester and Henry rifles. The portfolio measures 11.5-in x 16-in. Includes all nine prints, a signed portfolio folder by Fred Fellows, and original storage folder. Mint in envelope. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

            Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
          • FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT
            Sep. 25, 2021

            FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT

            Est: $25 - $50

            19.5" by 25" framed.

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Life in the Fast Lane by Fred Fellows (1934- )
            Sep. 17, 2021

            Life in the Fast Lane by Fred Fellows (1934- )

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Fred Fellows (1934- ), Life in the Fast Lane, bronze 16/80, 9 x 32 x 11, inscribed front right

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934), "The Gentle Giants"
            Sep. 17, 2021

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934), "The Gentle Giants"

            Est: $500 - $800

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) "The Gentle Giants", 1985 patinated bronze cast signature, dated and numbered "26/70" along back, on a black marble plinth. overall h. 6-1/2", w. 14-1/2", d. 10-1/4"

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Fred Fellows, When it Pays to be Mounted, Offset Lithograph
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Fred Fellows, When it Pays to be Mounted, Offset Lithograph

            Est: $280 - $350

            Artist: Fred Fellows, American (1934 - ) Title: When it Pays to be Mounted Year: 1981 Medium: Offset Lithograph Edition: 1000 Size: 20 in. x 27 in. (50.8 cm x 68.58 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Fred Fellows, First Glimpse of the Rockies, Offset Lithograph
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Fred Fellows, First Glimpse of the Rockies, Offset Lithograph

            Est: $280 - $350

            Artist: Fred Fellows, American (1934 - ) Title: First Glimpse of the Rockies Year: 1980 Medium: Offset Lithograph, Signed and numbered Edition: 1000 Size: 24 in. x 35 in. (60.96 cm x 88.9 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Fred Fellows, Breaking the morning trail, Offset Lithograph
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Fred Fellows, Breaking the morning trail, Offset Lithograph

            Est: $280 - $350

            Artist: Fred Fellows, American (1934 - ) Title: Breaking the morning trail Year: 1982 Medium: Offset Lithograph, Signed and numbered Edition: 1000 Size: 21.5 in. x 34 in. (54.61 cm x 86.36 cm)

            RoGallery
          • FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT
            Jul. 11, 2021

            FRED FELLOWS MONTANA SIGNED AND NUMBERED PRINT

            Est: $50 - $75

            Title is Time to Care. 15.5" by 21.5".

            Davis Brothers Auction
          • Fred Fellows, When It Pays to Be Mounted, 1980
            May. 29, 2021

            Fred Fellows, When It Pays to Be Mounted, 1980

            Est: $100 - $300

            Fred Fellows (b. 1934) When It Pays to Be Mounted, 1980 chromolithograph, edition 72 of 1000 signed, dated, and editioned lower right: Fellows CA © 80 / 72/1000 signed in the plate lower left: Fellows CA

            Santa Fe Art Auction
          • Fred Fellows Oil on Board [Western]
            Apr. 29, 2021

            Fred Fellows Oil on Board [Western]

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Fred Fellows (Arizona, California, Oklahoma, b. 1934) oil on board framed. Signed lower left. Untitled or covered by frame. Horses and Wagon. Image measures 11 in. x 15.25 in.; site size is 9.5 in. x 13.5 in.; and the frame measures 15 in. x 19 in. x 2.5 in. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

            Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
          • Fred Fellows, (American, b. 1934), "The Gentle Giants", 1985, patinated bronze, overall h. 6-1/2", w. 14-1/2", d. 10-1/4"
            Apr. 28, 2021

            Fred Fellows, (American, b. 1934), "The Gentle Giants", 1985, patinated bronze, overall h. 6-1/2", w. 14-1/2", d. 10-1/4"

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Fred Fellows (American, b. 1934) "The Gentle Giants", 1985 patinated bronze cast signature, dated and numbered "26/70" along back, on a black marble plinth. overall h. 6-1/2", w. 14-1/2", d. 10-1/4"

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • FRED FELLOWS "1885 WINCHESTER" GOUACHE ON PAPER
            Apr. 25, 2021

            FRED FELLOWS "1885 WINCHESTER" GOUACHE ON PAPER

            Est: -

            Fred Fellows (Born 1934) "1885 Winchester" Gouache on Paper. This is part of the Ten Gun Series. Artist hand signed on the lower right corner. Living in Sonoita, Arizona, Fred Fellows is a painter and sculptor who works in realist style. He was born in Ponca City, Oklahoma, where he was influenced by the cultures of the Otoe and Osage Indians, whose reservations were nearby. His western painting and sculptures have been featured in many magazines, and selected for world-wide advertising by Philip Morris, Inc. In 1981, his artwork was included in the first American art exhibit in mainland China. Artist: Fred Fellows Title: "1885 Winchester" Medium: Gouache Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 11.5in x 16.5in Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1043

            Bradford's
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