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Painter, Sculptor, Illustrator, Comiczeichner, Caricaturist, b. 1885 - d. 1962

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        • CLYDE (VICTOR) FORSYTHE (1885-1962) "Soak It!"
          Jun. 20, 2024

          CLYDE (VICTOR) FORSYTHE (1885-1962) "Soak It!"

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          CLYDE (VICTOR) FORSYTHE (1885-1962) "Soak It!" World War 1 propaganda poster maquette, circa 1918. Charcoal on board. 22 x 30 inches. Signed in lower left image. This is a striking, large original maquette depicts a muscular worker labeled "American Labor," smashing a German pickelhaube labeled "Prussia" with a large hammer, accompanied by the caption "Soak it!", an insult in use at the time. Forsythe was a prolific illustrator, cartoonist, and fine art painter who worked in a wide range of styles during his career. Notably, he was a mentor and friend to Norman Rockwell, and for some time the two shared a studio in New Rochelle, NY (which had once been Frederick Remington's studio). During the First World War Forsythe created a number of propaganda posters for the Committee on Public Information's Division of Pictorial Publicity; there is a strong possibility that this is an original design for one of these posters. Original art for First World War propaganda is very seldom seen. Condition issues notwithstanding, this dynamic poster maquette is a remarkable surviving piece of American and world history.

          Swann Auction Galleries
        • And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan Original WWI Poster by Clyde Forsythe
          Jun. 20, 2024

          And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan Original WWI Poster by Clyde Forsythe

          Est: $600 - $900

          When WWI broke out, American commercial art was still in its early stages; most artists were still classically trained painters. That painterly approach is clearly seen in this WWI poster by Clyde Forsythe for the American Victory Liberty Loan. The Impressionistic brushstrokes of the battlefield in the background give contrast to the battered, yet jubilant serviceman that stands before us. Note the three helmets in his hands, meant to represent the felled German enemy. America's involvement in WWI was largely unanticipated, and quite expensive. The U.S. Government began soliciting bonds that everyday Americans could deposit to the cause, to be paid back by the government when the war ended with interest applied. This influx of cash flow allowed the US to buy tanks, feed soldiers, and essentially finance the path to victory. Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) was a Californian painter that worked within the Desert Painter School with artists such as Don Percival. When WWI broke out, Forsythe was working in commercial art in New York for magazines such as the Sunday Post. He produced many great images for the war effort, and would become a mentor of Norman Rockwell. This is an Original Vintage Poster, not a reproduction. It has been archivally backed onto linen and is in excellent condition. We fully guarantee the authenticity of our items.

          The Ross Art Group, Inc
        • FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Cou...
          May. 16, 2024

          FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Cou...

          Est: $250 - $350

          FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight. 1918. Philadelphia: Ketterlinus. A laughing, bandaged, and bleeding American soldier stands in the middle of a battlefield with a rifle slung over his shoulder and the helmets of three Germans. 41 ½ x 30 ¼”. Linen backed. Repaired losses at edges partly into image; scattered repaired tears. B/B-.

          Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
        • Victory Liberty Loan
          Apr. 30, 2024

          Victory Liberty Loan

          Est: CHF400 - CHF500

          USA, 1918

          Guido Tön AG
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962), "Zinnias"
          Apr. 16, 2024

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962), "Zinnias"

          Est: $600 - $800

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) "Zinnias" Oil on Masonite Signed faintly upper left: Clyde Forsythe; titled on a gallery label affixed to the frame's backing board

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster
          Feb. 08, 2024

          Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster

          Est: $200 - $300

          Forsythe, Victor Clyde 1885 - 1962 And they thought we couldn´t fight Lithograph ca. 1918 40.9 x 30.7 in. (104 x 78 cm) Printer: Ketterlinus, Philadelphia Condition Details: (B) was folded horiz., tears and paper losses at the edges, tear in center#USA #World War I

          PosterConnection Inc.
        • Clyde (Victor Clyde) Forsythe (1885-1962) - Rain on Desert
          Feb. 02, 2024

          Clyde (Victor Clyde) Forsythe (1885-1962) - Rain on Desert

          Est: $3,000 - $4,000

          Clyde (Victor Clyde) Forsythe (1885-1962) - Rain on Desert. Framed dimensions 18.25" x 25.25", unframed dimensions 16" x 23". This painting has an old Buck Weaver (Harold Buck Weaver 1889-1961) frame.

          Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction
        • [WORLD WAR I].Two posters. Two posters depicting doughboys....
          Nov. 10, 2023

          [WORLD WAR I].Two posters. Two posters depicting doughboys....

          Est: $200 - $400

          [WORLD WAR I].Two posters. Two posters depicting doughboys. Includes: FORSYTHE, Clyde (1885-1962). Victory Liberty Loan / And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight. Philadelphia: Ketterlinus, ca. [1917]. Color poster depicting an injured soldier carrying the helmets of his fallen enemies. Designed for Victory Liberty Loans. Unbacked. 30 x 20”. Creasing, and minor tears along edges. B. – RIESENBERG, Sidney (1885-1974). Over the Top for You / Buy U.S. Gov’t Bonds. Philadelphia: [Ketterlinus, ca. 1917]. WWI propaganda poster. 29 x 18 ½”. Matted. B.

          Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) San Jacinto, Palm Springs 24 x 30 in. framed 34 x 39 in.
          Nov. 08, 2023

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) San Jacinto, Palm Springs 24 x 30 in. framed 34 x 39 in.

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) San Jacinto, Palm Springs signed and dated '-Clyde Forsythe- / 30-' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 30 in. framed 34 x 39 in.

          Bonhams
        • And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan Original WWI Poster by Clyde Forsythe
          Oct. 17, 2023

          And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan Original WWI Poster by Clyde Forsythe

          Est: $600 - $1,000

          When WWI broke out, American commercial art was still in its early stages; most artists were still classically trained painters. That painterly approach is clearly seen in this WWI poster by Clyde Forsythe for the American Victory Liberty Loan. The Impressionistic brushstrokes of the battlefield in the background give contrast to the battered, yet jubilant serviceman that stands before us. Note the three helmets in his hands, meant to represent the felled German enemy. America's involvement in WWI was largely unanticipated, and quite expensive. The U.S. Government began soliciting bonds that everyday Americans could deposit to the cause, to be paid back by the government when the war ended with interest applied. This influx of cash flow allowed the US to buy tanks, feed soldiers, and essentially finance the path to victory. Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) was a Californian painter that worked within the Desert Painter School with artists such as Don Percival. When WWI broke out, Forsythe was working in commercial art in New York for magazines such as the Sunday Post. He produced many great images for the war effort, and would become a mentor of Norman Rockwell. This is an Original Vintage Poster, not a reproduction. It has been archivally backed onto linen and is in excellent condition. We fully guarantee the authenticity of our items.

          The Ross Art Group, Inc
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals 11 in. high
          Apr. 26, 2023

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals 11 in. high

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals inscribed '© CLYDE FORSYTHE 1970 'PALS' / 1/35 Bruce Gelker' (on the base) bronze with brown patina 11 in. high

          Bonhams
        • Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster
          Apr. 22, 2023

          Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster

          Est: $400 - $600

          Forsythe, Victor Clyde 1885 - 1962 And they thought we couldn´t fight Lithograph ca. 1918 41.3 x 30.7 in. (105 x 78 cm) Printer: Ketterlinus, Philadelphia Condition Details: (B+) was folded, small tears and needle holes at the edges, paper remnants and/or small losses in the corners#USA #World War I

          PosterConnection Inc.
        • VICTORY LOAN WWI POSTER VICTOR BY CLYDE FORSYTHE
          Apr. 03, 2023

          VICTORY LOAN WWI POSTER VICTOR BY CLYDE FORSYTHE

          Est: $160 - $300

          WWI American liberty loan poster 'And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan', artwork by Victor Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962), printed by Ketterlinus Printing, Philadelphia, 1918. Loss and chipping at edges, 7-inch tear at top edge, 1.5-inch tear at top edge, bottom right corner almost detached, should be restored. 41 x 30 inches.

          Fairhill Auction LLC
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals 11 in. high
          Feb. 07, 2023

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals 11 in. high

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pals inscribed '© CLYDE FORSYTHE 1970 6/35 / 'PALS'' (on the base) bronze with brown patina 11 in. high

          Bonhams
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) The Ranch Hand 16 x 12 in. framed 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in.
          Feb. 07, 2023

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) The Ranch Hand 16 x 12 in. framed 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in.

          Est: $600 - $800

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) The Ranch Hand signed and dated 'Clyde Forsythe 59' (lower right) oil on canvasboard 16 x 12 in. framed 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in.

          Bonhams
        • WWI VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN POSTER VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE
          Jan. 19, 2023

          WWI VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN POSTER VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE

          Est: $140 - $240

          'And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan', artwork by Victor Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962), Ketterlinus Printing, Philadelphia, 1918, 41 x 30.5 inches. Minor tears on margins, mailing folds, loss of bottom corners, pinhole marks, minor loss at bottom edge, and minor ink bleed stain at bottom left.

          Fairhill Auction LLC
        • Clyde Forsythe Western Drawing
          Nov. 27, 2022

          Clyde Forsythe Western Drawing

          Est: $400 - $500

          measures approx 10" x 24" visible, nicely framed behind glass

          California Auctioneers
        • WWI VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN POSTER
          Oct. 22, 2022

          WWI VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN POSTER

          Est: $140 - $240

          'And They Thought We Couldn't Fight - Victory Liberty Loan', artwork by Victor Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962), Ketterlinus Printing, Philadelphia, 1918, 20 x 30 inches.1.25-inch tear at top edge, minor tears on edges, and minor loss at bottom right corner.

          Fairhill Auction LLC
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Comrades of the Desert 28 x 36 in. framed 38 x 45 in.
          Apr. 12, 2022

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Comrades of the Desert 28 x 36 in. framed 38 x 45 in.

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Comrades of the Desert signed and dated '- Clyde Forsythe 1927 -' (lower right) and signed and dated again and titled (on the stretcher bar) oil on canvas 28 x 36 in. framed 38 x 45 in. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Cou...
          Jan. 29, 2022

          FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Cou...

          Est: $200 - $300

          FORSYTHE, Victor Clyde (1885-1962). And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight. Philadelphia: Ketterlinus, 1918. A laughing American soldier stands in the middle of a battlefield with a rifle slung over his shoulder. 41 x 30 ½”. Linen backed. Closed tears, old folds. B-.

          Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
        • Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), Barn in a landscape, 1917, Oil on board, Sight: 8" H x 11.75" W
          Oct. 26, 2021

          Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), Barn in a landscape, 1917, Oil on board, Sight: 8" H x 11.75" W

          Est: $600 - $800

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA) Barn in a landscape, 1917 Oil on board Signed and dated lower right: Clyde Forsythe Sight: 8" H x 11.75" W Notes: This lot is in a double-sided frame. There is a second oil on board by the artist, unsigned, verso. It depicts a river with hills in the distance. Its dimensions and condition mirror those of the main painting, except with the addition of some minor surface dirt and grime.

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) SOUTHWEST VIEW 1934
          Oct. 22, 2021

          CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) SOUTHWEST VIEW 1934

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Clyde (Victor) Forsythe (1885-1962) Untitled (Arizona Butte) 1934 The oil on Masonite displayed in an American Impressionist style frame is signed and dated lower right. In every case, with every biographer, the story begins with Forsythe's natural talent as a child, his work as a cartoonist, his association with Norman Rockwell, study with Frank DuMond, and his skillful portrayal of America's deserts as a source of great beauty, resulting in numerous memberships and successful exhibitions. Board measures 23 x 36 with a framed size of 29.25 x 42 inches. 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
        • VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) PIPE DREAMS
          May. 22, 2021

          VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) PIPE DREAMS

          Est: $500 - $700

          Framed oil painting on board, Pipe Dreams, signed lower right Victor C. Forsythe (Victor Clyde Forsythe, California, New York, 1885-1962), illegibly dated, sight: 11.25"h, 15.25"w, overall: 18.5"h, 22.25"w, 5.25lbs Start Price: $300.00

          Austin Auction Gallery
        • VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) THE HUNTER
          May. 22, 2021

          VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885-1962) THE HUNTER

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Framed oil painting on board, The Hunter, signed lower right Victor C. Forsythe (Victor Clyde Forsythe, California, New York, 1885-1962), illegibly dated, sight: 11.5"h, 15.25"w, overall: 18.5"h, 22.25"w, 3.75lbs Start Price: $400.00

          Austin Auction Gallery
        • Gold Rush Artist Prints by Forsythe [131667]
          May. 13, 2021

          Gold Rush Artist Prints by Forsythe [131667]

          Est: $60 - $120

          A group of four 20"x 17" prints by Clyde Forsythe entitled "The Gold Rush," "The Mining Camp," "The Mining Town" and "The Ghost Town." The reverse of each print has story of how artist was inspired to paint that picture. Ready for framing. Please see photos for more detail and condition. Date: Country (if not USA): State: City: Provenance:

          Holabird Western Americana
        • Victor Clyde Forsythe ''The Hunt'' Oil
          Mar. 18, 2021

          Victor Clyde Forsythe ''The Hunt'' Oil

          Est: $750 - $1,500

          Victor Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962 American) ''The Hunt'' Oil on Board 12''x16'' Image. Impressive western composition of a reclining Indian with boy in waiting. Pencil signed l.r. Gilt gallery framing 19''x23''. Slight .25'' corner crack to board l.l. Overall excellent condition.

          MBA Seattle Auction LLC
        • WW1 American Patriotic Poster Clyde Forsythe 1920
          Feb. 06, 2021

          WW1 American Patriotic Poster Clyde Forsythe 1920

          Est: $100 - $200

          WW1 American Patriotic Poster Clyde Forsythe 1920: (1) Framed and matted Patriotic Poster with b/w sketch of an American Doughboy standing along some barbed wire and holding three German helmets. Below the sketch is the poem "And They Thought We Couldn't Fight!" by Steuart M. Emory, "the Kipling of the A.E.F" with a further note that the sketch was "suggested by the original painting by Clyde Forsythe." The wooden frame, matted under glass, measures 27.75" H x 19.75" W.

          J. James Auctioneers and Appraisers
        • VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE ORIGINAL WWI POSTER
          Jan. 26, 2021

          VICTOR CLYDE FORSYTHE ORIGINAL WWI POSTER

          Est: $10 - $1,000

          Lithograph poster. Dimensions: H 30" x W 20" Condition: Showing some wear consistent with age and handling including a few tears to some edges and one corner. Light toning. Old price handwritten in lower right corner.

          Westport Auction
        • Clyde Forsythe, Victory War Bond Poster
          Jan. 20, 2021

          Clyde Forsythe, Victory War Bond Poster

          Est: $500 - $800

          And They Thought We Couldn't Fight. 29"h x 19"w Provenance: Property from the Steve and Stephanie Alpert Collection

          Nye & Company
        • Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), "Silvery Desert," 1928, Oil on board, 16" H x 20" W
          Nov. 17, 2020

          Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), "Silvery Desert," 1928, Oil on board, 16" H x 20" W

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA) "Silvery Desert," 1928 Oil on board Signed and dated lower right: Clyde Forsythe / 28, titled verso 16" H x 20" W Provenance: Mulberry Gallery, Aptos, CA Redfern Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA Notes: An appraisal from 1989 by Redfern Gallery accompanies this lot.

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Attributed to Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), Study for "On an Old Trail," 1943, Oil on masonite, 20" H x 28" W
          Nov. 17, 2020

          Attributed to Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA), Study for "On an Old Trail," 1943, Oil on masonite, 20" H x 28" W

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Attributed to Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962, Pasadena, CA) Study for "On an Old Trail," 1943 Oil on masonite Unsigned 20" H x 28" W Provenance: The artist The personal collection of Ed and Katherine Ainsworth, acquired from the above Notes: Provenance described in handwritten note verso: From the personal collection of Ed and Katherine Ainsworth, lifelong friends of the artist. Katherine is well known as the biographer of artist John Hilton (The Man Who Captured Sunshine) and was a regular reviewer for the L.A. Times and the Monrovia News Post. Ed served as the Chief Editorial Editor at the L.A. Times and authored several books, including The Cowboy in Art and Painters of the Desert.

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Clyde Forsythe (American, 1885-1962) Golden Canyon, Death Valley, 1950
          Oct. 29, 2020

          Clyde Forsythe (American, 1885-1962) Golden Canyon, Death Valley, 1950

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Clyde Forsythe (American, 1885-1962) Golden Canyon, Death Valley, 1950 oil on board signed Clyde Forsythe and dated (lower right) 20 x 28 inches Property from the Estate of Peter Bergh, Edwards, Colorado

          Hindman
        • Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster
          Sep. 26, 2020

          Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster

          Est: $300 - $400

          Forsythe, Victor Clyde 1885 - 1962. And they thought we couldn't fight. Lithograph ca. 1918. Printer: Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. Condition Details: (B+) minor edge tears, creases / scratches in the bottom text, tiny margin loss in the top left corner

          PosterConnection Inc.
        • Desert Prospector & Burros Oil Painting on Masonite by Victor Clyde Forsythe (120919)
          Aug. 27, 2020

          Desert Prospector & Burros Oil Painting on Masonite by Victor Clyde Forsythe (120919)

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          This is a beautiful oil on masonite entitled "Desert Prospector with Burros." The framed piece measures 31"x 23" and was painted sometime in the 1950's, according an attached letter written by the original owner Katherine Ainsworth. Victor Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) was born in Orange County, CA to parents who had moved from Tombstone, AZ. He would become one of the first American artists known as the "Desert Painters." This work is in very excellent condition and ready to hang. Date: 1950's Country if not USA: State: City: Provenance:

          Holabird Western Americana
        • Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster
          Jun. 09, 2020

          Original 1918 American World War I Propaganda Poster

          Est: $300 - $500

          Forsythe, Victor Clyde 1885 - 1962. And they thought we couldn´t fight. Lithograph ca. 1918. Size: 29.9 x 20 in. (76 x 51 cm). Printer: Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. Condition Details: (A-) minimal tears and staining at the edges, tiny margin loss in the top right corner.

          PosterConnection Inc.
        • Clyde FORSYTHE (1885-1962)
          May. 30, 2020

          Clyde FORSYTHE (1885-1962)

          Est: $200 - $300

          Vintage World War I Poster. And They Thought We Couldn't Fight, 1918. Image size: 29 1/2 x 20 1/4, In Frame. Framed. Condition: as per photograph.

          Turner Auctions + Appraisals
        • Victory Liberty Loan. WWI Lithograph Poster. 1918.
          Nov. 16, 2019

          Victory Liberty Loan. WWI Lithograph Poster. 1918.

          Est: $200 - $300

          Forsythe, Victor Clyde (American, 1885-1962). "And They Thought We Couldn't Fight... Victory Liberty Loan." 1918. Lithograph poster in colors. Printed by Ketterlinus Printing House, Philadelphia. Sheet: 41" x 30 1/2". Condition Near fine. Tape residue to margins, some open tears to upper left margin.

          Quinn's Auction Galleries
        • Clyde Forsythe, Desolation Canyon - Death Valley
          Nov. 09, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe, Desolation Canyon - Death Valley

          Est: $4,000 - $8,000

          CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885 - 1962) Desolation Canyon - Death Valley , 1950 oil on canvas signed and dated lower left: - CLYDE FORSYTHE - 1950 - inscribed verso: DESOLATION CANYON - Death Valley Dimensions: 25 x 34 inches Framed Dimensions: 35 3/8 x 44 3/8 x 2 1/2 inches Provenance: William A. Karges Fine Art, Beverly Hills, California Private Collection, Colorado

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Clyde Forsythe, Furrowed Hills, 1944
          Nov. 09, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe, Furrowed Hills, 1944

          Est: $3,000 - $6,000

          CLYDE FORSYTHE (1885 - 1962) Furrowed Hills , 1944 oil on masonite signed and dated lower right: CLYDE FORSYTHE - 44 - inscribed verso: FURROWED HILLS CLYDE FORSYTHE 1944 Dimensions: 19 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches Framed Dimensions: 26 5/8 x 34 5/8 x 2 5/8 inches Provenance: Mitchell Brown Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico Private Collection, Colorado

          Santa Fe Art Auction
        • Victor Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pencil Drawing on Paper
          Sep. 28, 2019

          Victor Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962) Pencil Drawing on Paper

          Est: $50 - $100

          Titled "Old Timer," titled and signed lower left. Paper approx. 12 in x 9.5 in.

          Hughes Auctions
        • (Victor) Clyde Forsythe, (American, 1885-1962), The Cliffs, Catalina, oil on canvas board, 11 1/2 x 15 1/2in (29 x 39.5cm)
          Jul. 28, 2019

          (Victor) Clyde Forsythe, (American, 1885-1962), The Cliffs, Catalina, oil on canvas board, 11 1/2 x 15 1/2in (29 x 39.5cm)

          Est: $500 - $700

          (Victor) Clyde Forsythe (American, 1885-1962) The Cliffs, Catalina oil on canvas board signed lower right Clyde Forsythe, titled to the reverse 11 1/2 x 15 1/2in (29 x 39.5cm) Provenance: Property from a Prescott, Arizona Collection.

          Andrew Jones Auctions
        • Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA), "On Smoke Tree Ranch," 1958, Oil on masonite, 18" H x 24" W
          Jun. 23, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA), "On Smoke Tree Ranch," 1958, Oil on masonite, 18" H x 24" W

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA) "On Smoke Tree Ranch," 1958 Oil on masonite Signed and dated lower left: Clyde Forsythe, signed and dated again, titled and inscribed on a label affixed verso: To Erma Johnson - with all best wishes 18" H x 24" W

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA), "In Bear Valley", Oil on board, 16" H x 12" W
          Mar. 24, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe, (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA), "In Bear Valley", Oil on board, 16" H x 12" W

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Clyde Forsythe (1885-1962 Pasadena, CA) "In Bear Valley" Oil on board Signed lower left: Clyde Forsythe, signed again and titled verso 16" H x 12" W

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Clyde Forsythe (1885 - 1962) woodblock print
          Feb. 17, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe (1885 - 1962) woodblock print

          Est: $400 - $600

          Title: gunfight at the Ok Corral measures 12" x 17.5" , signed and titled in the margin

          California Auctioneers
        • Clyde Forsythe WWI Poster
          Feb. 15, 2019

          Clyde Forsythe WWI Poster

          Est: $100 - $200

          A Clyde Forsythe WWI poster titled, "And They Thought We Couldn't Fight". Framed under glass. Mat opening: 31-1/2 in x 23 in.

          Briggs Auction, Inc.
        • And they thought we couldn´t fight
          Jan. 29, 2019

          And they thought we couldn´t fight

          Est: $100 - $500

          Artist: Forsythe, Victor Clyde 1885 - 1962. Title: And they thought we couldn´t fight. Technique: Lithograph ca. 1918. Size: 41.3 x 30.7 in. (105 x 78 cm). Printer: Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. Condition Details: (B+/B) was folded, on linen, tears and small repaired losses at the edges, overpainting in the margins. Estimate: $500. Reserve / Starting Price: $100.

          PosterConnection Inc.
        • Clyde Forsythe, 1885-1962, Oil on Canvas
          Oct. 14, 2018

          Clyde Forsythe, 1885-1962, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Still life, a departure from his landscape genre, this featuring a piece of Roseville Pottery Pinecone, 22" x 28" framed, very good condition.

          A-1 Auction
        • Clyde Forsythe, 1885-1962, Oil on Board
          Oct. 14, 2018

          Clyde Forsythe, 1885-1962, Oil on Board

          Est: $1,000 - $1,200

          Southwest desert landscape, most likely in original frame, artist's initials lower right, entitled "Desert Sunset", image is 12" x 16" in 21.5" x 17.5" frame, from personal collection of James S. Fowler, Scottsdale, AZ. Gallery label verso, very good condition.

          A-1 Auction
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