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    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Alaskan Bull, edition 17/30, 1994
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Alaskan Bull, edition 17/30, 1994

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Alaskan Bull, edition 17/30, 1994 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, numbered and dated (verso) height 22 1/2 x width 29 x depth 14 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Old Mossy Back, edition 14/30, 1989
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Old Mossy Back, edition 14/30, 1989

      Est: $700 - $900

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Old Mossy Back, edition 14/30, 1989 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 16 1/4 x width 12 1/2 x depth 7 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Headed for Timber, edition 25/30, 1990
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Headed for Timber, edition 25/30, 1990

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Headed for Timber, edition 25/30, 1990 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, titled, numbered and dated (verso) height 22 x width 27 1/2 x depth 13 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) River Bandits, edition 18/40
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) River Bandits, edition 18/40

      Est: $700 - $900

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) River Bandits, edition 18/40 bronze signed Jim Gilmore and numbered (base) height 12 x width 10 x depth 12 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Silver Top, edition 17/30, 1989
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Silver Top, edition 17/30, 1989

      Est: $700 - $900

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Silver Top, edition 17/30, 1989 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 10 3/4 x width 15 x depth 7 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Stealing from a Grizzly, edition 24/30, 1989
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Stealing from a Grizzly, edition 24/30, 1989

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Stealing from a Grizzly, edition 24/30, 1989 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 20 3/4 x width 22 x depth 20 inches

      Hindman
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Fly Fisherman, edition 25/30, 1990
      Aug. 29, 2023

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Fly Fisherman, edition 25/30, 1990

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950) Fly Fisherman, edition 25/30, 1990 bronze signed Jim Gilmore, titled, numbered and dated (base) height 25 3/4 x width 16 1/2 x depth 13 1/2 inches

      Hindman
    • JIM GILMORE GUARDIAN OF THE PLAINS BRONZE
      Jun. 17, 2023

      JIM GILMORE GUARDIAN OF THE PLAINS BRONZE

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      16 3/8" long, 12 5/8" tall, 7 3/4" wide. Jim Gilmore (Born 1950) is active/lives in Colorado. Jim Gilmore is known for Sculptor-wild animal. Jim Gilmore was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Colorado where he continues to live with his wife Theresa, and their two children Kaycee and John. While growing up, he developed an early love for the surrounding mountains and the wildlife that inhabit them. Combining this fascination with a lifelong interest in art, he has been successful in portraying wildlife in many ways including oil and watercolor painting, sculpture, and taxidermy. Since 1985 he has devoted full time to sculpture. Gilmore believes that an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and animal habits are very important qualities for a wildlife artist. Jim's taxidermy experience helps him depict the animal or bird he is modeling with authenticity based on his firsthand observation. Therefore, in his sculptures he tries to combine correct anatomy and detail with a strong composition. The many days he continues to spend in the mountains researching and photographing animals adds to his knowledge of the subjects he sculpts. The sculptor has had no formal art training but believes his experience has given him a knowledge which would be difficult to learn in a school. He is involved with the molding, casting, and applying of the patina and final finishes to his bronzes.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • JIM GILMORE SCENTS OF DANGER BRONZE
      Jun. 17, 2023

      JIM GILMORE SCENTS OF DANGER BRONZE

      Est: $600 - $800

      17 3/4" long, 15 1/2" tall, 10" wide. Marble base has cracks as shown. Jim Gilmore (Born 1950) is active/lives in Colorado. Jim Gilmore is known for Sculptor-wild animal. Jim Gilmore was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Colorado where he continues to live with his wife Theresa, and their two children Kaycee and John. While growing up, he developed an early love for the surrounding mountains and the wildlife that inhabit them. Combining this fascination with a lifelong interest in art, he has been successful in portraying wildlife in many ways including oil and watercolor painting, sculpture, and taxidermy. Since 1985 he has devoted full time to sculpture. Gilmore believes that an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and animal habits are very important qualities for a wildlife artist. Jim's taxidermy experience helps him depict the animal or bird he is modeling with authenticity based on his firsthand observation. Therefore, in his sculptures he tries to combine correct anatomy and detail with a strong composition. The many days he continues to spend in the mountains researching and photographing animals adds to his knowledge of the subjects he sculpts. The sculptor has had no formal art training but believes his experience has given him a knowledge which would be difficult to learn in a school. He is involved with the molding, casting, and applying of the patina and final finishes to his bronzes.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • JIM GILMORE, (American, b. 1950)
      May. 01, 2021

      JIM GILMORE, (American, b. 1950)

      Est: $300 - $500

      JIM GILMORE, (American, b. 1950), ''Timberlake Buck'', 1988, bronze with brown patina, 10/30, signed, numbered, titled, and dated to reverse. Foundry mark. Raised on marble plinth with stepped walnut base. Crack to plinth. 12''h, 8''w, 5''d (including plinth and base).

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • LADIES 14K Y.G. AND DIAMOND CROSS NECKLACE
      Sep. 16, 2018

      LADIES 14K Y.G. AND DIAMOND CROSS NECKLACE

      Est: $1,500 - $1,800

      A 14K yellow gold rope chain supports a yellow gold cross pendant set with full cut round diamonds totaling 1 ct.

      Chamberlain Auction Gallery
    • JIM GILMORE (AMERICAN) - ORIGINAL BRONZE SCULPTURE
      Aug. 25, 2018

      JIM GILMORE (AMERICAN) - ORIGINAL BRONZE SCULPTURE

      Est: $2,000 - $2,500

      Action bronze "Stealing from a Grizzly". Limited Edition 13/30. Circa 1989. Great detail. Signed and numbered on base. 24" h., 24" w.

      Chamberlain Auction Gallery
    • Jim Gilmore Bronze Sculpture "Lion In Wait", 1989
      Jul. 27, 2017

      Jim Gilmore Bronze Sculpture "Lion In Wait", 1989

      Est: $600 - $800

      Jim Gilmore, U.S. sculptor. Bronze crouching young lion on rock. Signed, dated and numbered 5/30. 19"L X 12 7/8"H X 8.75"W. See photos for condition. For shipping quotes: UPS Store 4875, 954.358.2800, [email protected]; Pak Mail, 954.942.3101, [email protected]; Pak Mail, 954-522-4550, [email protected]. The absence of a Condition Report does not imply the lot is in perfect condition. Examine all photos closely. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is.

      Abington Auction Gallery
    • Jim Gilmore Wildlife Bronze, Cougar & Hawk
      Aug. 08, 2015

      Jim Gilmore Wildlife Bronze, Cougar & Hawk

      Est: $600 - $800

      Jim Gilmore (American (Colorado), b.1950-). "On A Wing and a Prayer" - 1991, cast bronze, edition 15/30, signed on base. Naturalistic figural wildlife sculpture depicting a mountain lion leaping up at an angle from a rocky formation to snatch a bird of prey, the sculpture to an ovular green marble plinth and secondary conforming wooden plinth. Overall approximately 29.75" tall, 26.5" wide, 12" deep.

      Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
    • Bronze figure of a bear with cubs, 20th century, On naturalistic base, plaque inscribed 'CAMP CHORES, BY JIM GILMORE'
      Feb. 26, 2010

      Bronze figure of a bear with cubs, 20th century, On naturalistic base, plaque inscribed 'CAMP CHORES, BY JIM GILMORE'

      Est: $300 - $500

      Bronze figure of a bear with cubs 20th century On naturalistic base, plaque inscribed 'CAMP CHORES, BY JIM GILMORE'. H: 12 x 18 in.

      Freeman's
    • Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950), Headed for Timber
      Jan. 08, 2010

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950), Headed for Timber

      Est: $500 - $800

      Jim Gilmore (American, b. 1950), Headed for Timber Cast bronze sculpture of two elks supported by marble and wood base, signed and dated 1990 with title and edition 19/20 at bronze base; ht. 24, wd. 25.75, dp. 16 in. Marble has a crack by the foot of smaller elk.

      Cowan's Auctions
    • Jim Gilmore - Crossing the Ridge, 20th c., Signed on back. Bronze statue of a ram on wood base. H: 18 1/2 x W: 15 in.
      Nov. 01, 2006

      Jim Gilmore - Crossing the Ridge, 20th c., Signed on back. Bronze statue of a ram on wood base. H: 18 1/2 x W: 15 in.

      Est: $200 - $300

      Jim Gilmore - ''Crossing the Ridge'' 20th c. Signed on back. Bronze statue of a ram on wood base. H: 18 1/2 x W: 15 in. PROVENANCE: From the collection of Marie Evans, Alexandria, Virginia Estimate $200-300 Part of the veneer pealing on side of base. Overall good condiiton, damage or repair not observed.

      Freeman's
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