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b. 1927 - d. 2012

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            • BILL FREEMAN "MULE DEER AND ASPENS" OIL ON CANVAS
              May. 05, 2024

              BILL FREEMAN "MULE DEER AND ASPENS" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Mule Deer And Aspens" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Mule Deer And Aspens" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 24" x 36" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1950

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            • Bill Freeman "Majic Peaks" (Oil on Canvas)
              May. 04, 2024

              Bill Freeman "Majic Peaks" (Oil on Canvas)

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Bill Freeman (Arizona/ Wyoming, 1927-2012) Majic Peaks, circa 1990s Oil on canvas 18" x 24"   Signed to the bottom left corner, titled to the reverse. Housed in a frame measuring 25" x 31".

              Circle Auction
            • Bill Freeman Oil Painting - Desert & Mountains
              Apr. 05, 2024

              Bill Freeman Oil Painting - Desert & Mountains

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              **Originally Listed At $600** William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Landscape painting. Oil on canvas, ca. mid-20th century CE. A breathtaking oil painting portraying the diverse terrain of the Arizona desert with lofty purple mountains in the background complemented by the lush golden and green foliage of the foreground, nearly hiding the towering, tree-like saguaro cacti that rise amongst the underbrush. Freeman utilizes his paint in thick layers of impasto that accentuate the rich textures of the landscape while also highlighting the environment's vast natural color palette. Freeman presents us with a privileged view of a mystical mountain range from the desert below - a special, tranquil scene. Size: 24" W x 28" H (61 cm x 71.1 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #154147

              Artemis Gallery
            • Bill Freeman Desert & Mountain Painting - Rich Impasto!
              Mar. 01, 2024

              Bill Freeman Desert & Mountain Painting - Rich Impasto!

              Est: $1,100 - $1,650

              **Originally Listed At $600** William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Landscape painting. Oil on canvas, ca. mid-20th century CE. A breathtaking oil painting portraying the diverse terrain of the Arizona desert with lofty purple mountains in the background complemented by the lush golden and green foliage of the foreground, nearly hiding the towering, tree-like saguaro cacti that rise amongst the underbrush. Freeman utilizes his paint in thick layers of impasto that accentuate the rich textures of the landscape while also highlighting the environment's vast natural color palette. Freeman presents us with a privileged view of a mystical mountain range from the desert below - a special, tranquil scene. Size: 24" W x 28" H (61 cm x 71.1 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #154147

              Artemis Gallery
            • Bill Edward Freeman (1927-2012), Moose on a Stormy Evening
              Feb. 17, 2024

              Bill Edward Freeman (1927-2012), Moose on a Stormy Evening

              Est: $3,500 - $5,500

              Title: Moose on a Stormy Evening Dimensions: 30 x 48 Framed Dimensions: 40 1/8 x 58 1/8 x 2 3/4 Signature: signed lower right: Bill Freeman verso: titled

              Jackson Hole Art Auction
            • Bill Freeman Desert & Mountain Painting - Rich Impasto!
              Feb. 09, 2024

              Bill Freeman Desert & Mountain Painting - Rich Impasto!

              Est: $1,200 - $1,800

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Landscape painting. Oil on canvas, ca. mid-20th century CE. A breathtaking oil painting portraying the diverse terrain of the Arizona desert with lofty purple mountains in the background complemented by the lush golden and green foliage of the foreground, nearly hiding the towering, tree-like saguaro cacti that rise amongst the underbrush. Freeman utilizes his paint in thick layers of impasto that accentuate the rich textures of the landscape while also highlighting the environment's vast natural color palette. Freeman presents us with a privileged view of a mystical mountain range from the desert below - a special, tranquil scene. Size: 24" W x 28" H (61 cm x 71.1 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #154147

              Artemis Gallery
            • BILL FREEMAN "YOUNG BUCK & TWO DOES" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "YOUNG BUCK & TWO DOES" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Young Buck & Two Does" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Young Buck & Two Does" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 12" x 16" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1767

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            • BILL FREEMAN "SLEEPY DESERT" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "SLEEPY DESERT" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Sleepy Desert" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Sleepy Desert" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 18" x 24" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1923

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            • BILL FREEMAN "DESERT MOUNTAIN" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "DESERT MOUNTAIN" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Desert Mountain" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Desert Mountain" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 16" x 20" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1886

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            • BILL FREEMAN "DEER IN WILDFLOWERS" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "DEER IN WILDFLOWERS" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Deer in Wildflowers" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Deer in Wildflowers" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 20" x 24 Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1886

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            • BILL FREEMAN "EARLY LIGHT" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "EARLY LIGHT" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Early Light" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Early Light" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 18" x 24" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1886

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            • BILL FREEMAN "THOROUGHBRED" BRONZE SCULPTURE
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "THOROUGHBRED" BRONZE SCULPTURE

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Thoroughbred" Bronze Sculpture. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Thoroughbred" Medium: Bronze Sculpture Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 13/15 Approx. Net Weight: 17 lbs. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1767

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            • BILL FREEMAN "FRISKY WATER" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "FRISKY WATER" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Frisky Water" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Frisky Water" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 20" x 24" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1767

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            • BILL FREEMAN "AN ADVENTURERS PARADISE" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "AN ADVENTURERS PARADISE" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "An Adventurers Paradise" (Teton Mountains) Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "An Adventurers Paradise" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 24" x 48" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1550

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            • BILL FREEMAN DESERT RIDERS OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 12, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN DESERT RIDERS OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) Desert Riders Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: Desert Riders Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 24" x 30" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1641

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            • SIGNED PAINTED VESSEL, BILL FREEMAN 1927-2012
              Oct. 03, 2023

              SIGNED PAINTED VESSEL, BILL FREEMAN 1927-2012

              Est: $600 - $900

              Probably Anasazi Native American style painted vessel signed by Bill Freeman 1927-2012, Collection Number #86-P-1373. Known for his Southwest and Western art Bill painted and crafted prized ceramics in addition to paintings with influences the Pre-Columbian or Indigenous style and is largely considered a pioneer of Western art. 19" W x 13" H Collected prior to 2008, ex-Lacy Gallery (Vanna & Lee Lacy collection), Los Angeles CA. Lacy Gallery was founded upon six decades of collecting ethnograpic and fine art. Lee Lacy was a distinguished Hollywood producer of iconic TV series and commercials.

              Scollard Auctions
            • Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Two Pronghorn Antelope
              Jun. 22, 2023

              Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Two Pronghorn Antelope

              Est: $400 - $800

              William E. Freeman - also known as Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012), ink drawing of two pronghorn antelope, ca. mid 20th century CE. Signed "Bill Freeman" on lower right. A lively drawing of two pronghorn antelope sparring with one another on a grassy field or perhaps the foothills of a majestic mountain range. A wonderful image of the American West inhabited by some of our favorite animals. Did you know that Pronghorn antelope are the fasted hoofed animals in North America? They can reach speeds of as much as 60 miles per hour! Set in custom frame. Size of drawing: 8.625" L x 12.25" W (21.9 cm x 31.1 cm) Size of frame: 15.75" L x 18.25" W (40 cm x 46.4 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #160147

              Artemis Gallery
            • Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1926/27 - 2012) American
              Jun. 13, 2023

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1926/27 - 2012) American

              Est: $1,500 - $2,000

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1926/27 - 2012) Oil on Canvas, Signed, Measures (22 x 28 inches) w/frame (32 x 38 inches) A resident of both Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson, Wyoming, Bill Freeman was raised by artist parents. For twelve years, he was a cowboy and then fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, worked as a trail guide and helped conduct biological field research for the Arizona Game and Fish Department which began publishing his western sketches. As a full time artist, he depicts the landscape, western genre and restores and makes replicas of ancient Indian pots. The best of both worlds is one way to describe Bill Freeman's life because he lived in warm Scottsdale, Arizona during the winter months but moved to his other home in Jackson, Wyoming when summer comes. In both places, he painted and sculpted, transferring to canvas or metal realistic depiction's of western landscapes and animals.

              Cutler Bay Auctions
            • BILL FREEMAN "MULE DEER NEAR SHEEP MOUNTAIN" OIL ON CANVAS
              Apr. 30, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "MULE DEER NEAR SHEEP MOUNTAIN" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Mule Deer Near Sheep Mountain" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Mule Deer Near Sheep Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 18" x 24" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1843

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            • BILL FREEMAN "RUNNING FREE" OIL ON CANVAS
              Apr. 30, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "RUNNING FREE" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Running Free" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Running Free" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 22" x 28" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1843

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            • BILL FREEMAN "YELLOW PALO VERDE" OIL ON CANVAS
              Apr. 30, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "YELLOW PALO VERDE" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Yellow Palo Verde" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Yellow Palo Verde" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 18" x 24" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1843

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            • BILL FREEMAN "ARIZONA ROCK PILE" OIL ON CANVAS
              Apr. 30, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "ARIZONA ROCK PILE" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Arizona Rock Pile" (40th Street View of Mystery Mountain) Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Arizona Rock Pile" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 24" x 30" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1843

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            • BILL FREEMAN "BUFFALO" OIL ON CANVAS
              Apr. 30, 2023

              BILL FREEMAN "BUFFALO" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Buffalo" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Buffalo" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 24" x 30" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD2022

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            • Bill (William) E. Freeman (American, 1926-2012) Pink Horizon Oil on canvas 8 x 1
              Mar. 03, 2023

              Bill (William) E. Freeman (American, 1926-2012) Pink Horizon Oil on canvas 8 x 1

              Est: $1,000 - $1,500

              Bill (William) E. Freeman (American, 1926-2012) Pink Horizon Oil on canvas 8 x 14 inches (20.3 x 35.6 cm) Signed lower right: Bill Freeman Property from a Texas Estate HID01801242017

              Heritage Auctions
            • Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Sparring Antelope
              Feb. 10, 2023

              Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Sparring Antelope

              Est: $200 - $400

              **Originally Listed At $200** William E. Freeman - also known as Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012), ink drawing of two pronghorn antelope, ca. mid 20th century CE. Signed "Bill Freeman" on lower right. A lively drawing of two pronghorn antelope sparring with one another on a grassy field or perhaps the foothills of a majestic mountain range. A wonderful image of the American West inhabited by some of our favorite animals. Did you know that Pronghorn antelope are the fasted hoofed animals in North America? They can reach speeds of as much as 60 miles per hour! Set in custom frame. Size of drawing: 8.625" L x 12.25" W (21.9 cm x 31.1 cm) Size of frame: 15.75" L x 18.25" W (40 cm x 46.4 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #160147

              Artemis Gallery
            • Bill Freeman "Lone Mountain" Oil on Canvas
              Dec. 18, 2022

              Bill Freeman "Lone Mountain" Oil on Canvas

              Est: $400 - $600

              Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012) "Lone Mountain" oil on canvas painting depicting a desert mountain landscape at the golden hour with pink and lavender purple hues, signed lower left and titled on verso, housed in a cerused wood frame with silvered borders. Image: 11.5" H x 15.25" W; frame: 21" H x 25" W.

              Auctions at Showplace
            • Bill Freeman "Stormy Afternoon" Oil on Canvas
              Dec. 18, 2022

              Bill Freeman "Stormy Afternoon" Oil on Canvas

              Est: $400 - $600

              Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012) "Stormy Afternoon" oil on canvas painting depicting a mountain landscape on a cloudy day with two doe deer, titled to verso and signed lower right, housed in a cerused wood frame with gilt borders. Image: 11" H x 15" W; frame: 20" H x 24" W.

              Auctions at Showplace
            • Bill Freeman "Pinnacle Peak Area" Oil on Canvas
              Dec. 18, 2022

              Bill Freeman "Pinnacle Peak Area" Oil on Canvas

              Est: $600 - $800

              Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012) "Pinnacle Peak Area" oil on canvas painting depicting an Arizona desert mountain landscape, signed lower left and titled on verso, housed in a cerused wood frame with a silvered border. Image: 17.5" H x 23.5" W; frame: 27" H x 33" W.

              Auctions at Showplace
            • Bill Freeman "The Adventurer" Oil on Canvas
              Dec. 18, 2022

              Bill Freeman "The Adventurer" Oil on Canvas

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012) "The Adventurer" oil on canvas painting depicting a mountain landscape with a figure mounted on horseback wearing a cowboy hat and leading a speckled horse, with cacti in the foreground, signed lower left and titled on verso, housed in a cerused wood frame with gilt border. Image: 23.5" H x 29.5" W; frame: 32.5" H x 38.25" W.

              Auctions at Showplace
            • BILL FREEMAN "FLAT CREEK IN FALL DRESS" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 06, 2022

              BILL FREEMAN "FLAT CREEK IN FALL DRESS" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Flat Creek in Fall Dress" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Flat Creek in Fall Dress Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 18 x 24 in. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1767

              Bradford's
            • BILL FREEMAN "TAMING A WILD MUSTANG" OIL ON BOARD
              Nov. 06, 2022

              BILL FREEMAN "TAMING A WILD MUSTANG" OIL ON BOARD

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Taming A Wild Mustang" Oil on Board. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Taming A Wild Mustang" Medium: Oil on Board Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 18 x 24 in. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1101

              Bradford's
            • BILL FREEMAN "EVENING LIGHTS" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 06, 2022

              BILL FREEMAN "EVENING LIGHTS" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Evening Lights" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Evening Lights" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 24 x 36 in. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1699

              Bradford's
            • BILL FREEMAN "MIGHTY RAMS" OIL ON CANVAS
              Nov. 06, 2022

              BILL FREEMAN "MIGHTY RAMS" OIL ON CANVAS

              Est: -

              Bill (William) Edward Freeman (1927 - 2013) "Mighty Rams" Oil on Canvas. Bill was a cowboy for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming and New Mexico, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a guide and field researcher for the Arizona Game and Fish Department. That agency was the first to publish his sketches. Summering in Jackson Hole and wintering in Scottsdale, Freeman now paints and creates bronze sculptures of the West's landscapes and wildlife. He has produced over five thousand paintings in his artistic career, has exhibited his works in many cities, and is published in several books. He is one of the pioneers of art in both Jackson Hole and Scottsdale, Arizona, two of the most important centers of American Western Art. Artist: Bill Freeman Title: "Mighty Rams" Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 30 x 40 in. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1732

              Bradford's
            • Bill Freeman (American 1926/27-2012) Figure of a Bison; Together with a Figure of a Moose
              Nov. 02, 2022

              Bill Freeman (American 1926/27-2012) Figure of a Bison; Together with a Figure of a Moose

              Est: $600 - $800

              Bill Freeman American, 1926/27-2012 Figure of a Bison Signed and numbered Bill Freeman/ 6/20 on the base Bronze Height 8 1/2 inches, length 14 inches on a wooden base Together with a Cast Bronze Sculpture of a Moose, Signed Indistinctly, Height 9 3/4 inches, length 10 1/2 inches C Collection of John Valle Sporting Books

              Doyle New York
            • Bill Freeman Untitled (Buffalo)
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Bill Freeman Untitled (Buffalo)

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Bill Freeman (American, 1926-2013) Untitled (Buffalo), c. 1960s Oil on canvas Signed Bill Freeman, lower right

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Bill Freeman (2) Gallatin River, Wyoming & Rendezvous Peaks
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Bill Freeman (2) Gallatin River, Wyoming & Rendezvous Peaks

              Est: $500 - $1,000

              Bill Freeman (American, 1926-2013) (2) Gallatin River, Wyoming & Rendezvous Peaks, 1971 Oil on canvas Signed Bill Freeman, lower area of each work Artist's number "71-ML-248," verso of Gallatin River, Wyoming. Titled with artist's number "71-ML-236", verso of Rendezvous Peaks. Dimensions are of each work.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Bill Freeman Landscape
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Bill Freeman Landscape

              Est: $500 - $1,000

              Bill Freeman (American, 1926-2013) Landscape Oil on canvas Signed Bill Freeman, lower left

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Signed 20th C. Bill Freeman Landscape Painting w/ Deer
              Sep. 24, 2022

              Signed 20th C. Bill Freeman Landscape Painting w/ Deer

              Est: $500 - $750

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Untitled oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. A striking landscape painting depicting three deer promenading across the verdant foothills of a majestic mountain range of dreamy lavender hues with rose, lemon, sage, and peach highlights on the sun-facing areas as billowing white clouds roll throughout the azure skies above. All is executed in Freeman's signature style with sophisticated impasto and brushwork techniques. A picturesque landscape inhabited by a trio of deer, majestic animals that are among the most iconic wildlife of the American West. Size: 18" L x 24" W (45.7 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. While not signed, this painting is accompanied by a document confirming that it was created by Bill Freeman. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #168715

              Artemis Gallery
            • Signed Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Antelope Sparring
              Sep. 24, 2022

              Signed Bill Freeman Ink Drawing - Antelope Sparring

              Est: $300 - $400

              William E. Freeman - also known as Bill Freeman (American, 1927-2012), ink drawing of two pronghorn antelope, ca. mid 20th century CE. Signed "Bill Freeman" on lower right. A lively drawing of two pronghorn antelope sparring with one another on a grassy field or perhaps the foothills of a majestic mountain range. A wonderful image of the American West inhabited by some of our favorite animals. Did you know that Pronghorn antelope are the fasted hoofed animals in North America? They can reach speeds of as much as 60 miles per hour! Set in custom frame. Size of drawing: 8.625" L x 12.25" W (21.9 cm x 31.1 cm) Size of frame: 15.75" L x 18.25" W (40 cm x 46.4 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #160147

              Artemis Gallery
            • William (Bill) Freeman, (1929-2018),
              Aug. 24, 2022

              William (Bill) Freeman, (1929-2018),

              Est: $100 - $200

              Smith's Lake oil on board signed lower left, titled verso 34cm x 44cm

              Aalders Auctions
            • William (Bill) Freeman, (1929-2018),
              Aug. 24, 2022

              William (Bill) Freeman, (1929-2018),

              Est: $100 - $200

              Seal Rocks oil on board signed lower left 49cm x 75cm a/f (some warping to artist board)

              Aalders Auctions
            • Bill Freeman
              Jul. 16, 2022

              Bill Freeman

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              (Arizona/Wyoming, 1926-2012) Lower Snake River, signed lower left "Bill Freeman", acrylic on canvas, 18 x 24 in.; driftwood style frame, 28-1/4 x 34-1/4 in. Provenance: Private North Carolina Collection

              Brunk Auctions
            • Bill Freeman, American (1927-2012), Desert Landscape, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm)
              Jun. 29, 2022

              Bill Freeman, American (1927-2012), Desert Landscape, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm)

              Est: $300 - $500

              Bill Freeman American (1927-2012) desert landscape oil on canvas signed 18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm)

              Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
            • 20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - Mountains in Spring
              Jun. 22, 2022

              20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - Mountains in Spring

              Est: $600 - $900

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. A stunning landscape painting by American artist Bill Freeman presenting a dreamy view of a majestic mountain range delineated in soft hues of lavender, violet, and pink below clear blue skies from the fresh spring landscape below, rendered in vibrant shades of green. Freeman's painting possesses an almost ethereal quality thanks to his dreamy palette as well as a style that demonstrates influences of Impressionism and Expressionism achieved via his sophisticated use of palette knife and brush. A breathtaking piece! Size: 18" L x 24" W (45.7 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of thirty that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona as well as Jackson Hole and Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming. Although this painting is not signed, a document from a representative of the William J. Freeman Estate confirming that it was painted by Bill Freeman can be provided upon request. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #160116

              Artemis Gallery
            • Signed Bill Freeman Painting - "Frisky Water"
              Jun. 15, 2022

              Signed Bill Freeman Painting - "Frisky Water"

              Est: $700 - $1,050

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012), "Frisky Water" oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. Signed "Bill Freeman" on lower left. A dramatic, close-up view of water flowing and splashing over a series of vertical drops and bends in the course of a kinetic stream or river by American artist Bill Freeman. The waters dynamically run amidst rocky outcroppings and trees. Warm autumnal orange foliage reflected in the waters provides a beautiful contrast with the cool blue and green hues of the composition as well as the exciting whitewater splashes. Size: 20" L x 24" W (50.8 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #160118

              Artemis Gallery
            • Signed 20th C. Bill Freeman Landscape Painting w/ Deer
              May. 26, 2022

              Signed 20th C. Bill Freeman Landscape Painting w/ Deer

              Est: $600 - $900

              **Originally Listed At $450** William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Untitled oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. A striking landscape painting depicting three deer promenading across the verdant foothills of a majestic mountain range of dreamy lavender hues with rose, lemon, sage, and peach highlights on the sun-facing areas as billowing white clouds roll throughout the azure skies above. All is executed in Freeman's signature style with sophisticated impasto and brushwork techniques. A picturesque landscape inhabited by a trio of deer, majestic animals that are among the most iconic wildlife of the American West. Size: 18" L x 24" W (45.7 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of 30 that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. While not signed, this painting is accompanied by a document confirming that it was created by Bill Freeman. Provenance: private Glorieta, New Mexico, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #168715

              Artemis Gallery
            • 20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - Mountains in Spring
              Apr. 28, 2022

              20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - Mountains in Spring

              Est: $700 - $1,050

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. A stunning landscape painting by American artist Bill Freeman presenting a dreamy view of a majestic mountain range delineated in soft hues of lavender, violet, and pink below clear blue skies from the fresh spring landscape below, rendered in vibrant shades of green. Freeman's painting possesses an almost ethereal quality thanks to his dreamy palette as well as a style that demonstrates influences of Impressionism and Expressionism achieved via his sophisticated use of palette knife and brush. A breathtaking piece! Size: 18" L x 24" W (45.7 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of thirty that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona as well as Jackson Hole and Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming. Although this painting is not signed, a document from a representative of the William J. Freeman Estate confirming that it was painted by Bill Freeman can be provided upon request. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #160116

              Artemis Gallery
            • 20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - River & Mountains
              Apr. 28, 2022

              20th C. Bill Freeman Painting - River & Mountains

              Est: $600 - $900

              William Joseph "Bill" Freeman (American, 1927-2012). Oil on canvas, ca. mid 20th century CE. A beautiful landscape painting depicting a serene setting with a flowing river flanked by clusters of evergreens in the foreground and sublime mountains in the background, all below azure skies graced by billowing clouds. Freeman's painting possesses an almost ethereal quality thanks to his dreamy palette of mauve, pink, lavender, sage green, golden yellow, azure blue, and white, and a style that demonstrates influences of Impressionism and Expressionism achieved via his sophisticated use of palette knife and brush. Freeman presents us with a privileged view of a mystical mountain range from the river below - a special tranquil scene. Size: 18" L x 24" W (45.7 cm x 61 cm) Bill Freeman grew up in West Texas on a farm just outside of El Paso. Interestingly, he worked as a horse wrangler, fought forest fires for the U.S. Forest Service, and was a field researcher and guide for the Arizona Game and Fish Department for twelve years in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico prior to becoming an artist. It was not until the age of thirty that Freeman decided to become an artist specializing in Western landscapes. Today he is considered a pioneer of Western art centered on such storied locales as Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Although this painting is not signed, a document from a representative of the William J. Freeman Estate confirming that it was painted by Bill Freeman can be provided upon request. Provenance: private Los Angeles County, California, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm. Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping. #160115

              Artemis Gallery
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