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Painter, Illustrator, b. 1882 - d. 1935

Philip Russell Goodwin (1882-1935) was an American artist who painted hunting, fishing, and outdoor adventure scenes. Philip Goodwin art consists largely of oils on canvas. Paintings by Philip R. Goodwin are often dramatic depictions of man versus animal and man versus the elements, set against soft, pastel landscapes.

Philip Goodwin art is known for its convincing portraits of subjects and their actions, painted with a Realist’s eye for accuracy, while the natural beauty of the background environment is painted with the eye of an Impressionist. Philip R. Goodwin prints were published in national publications, including Harper’s Monthly, Harper’s Weekly, and Scribner’s, as well as serving as ads for Winchester Arms. He also created book illustrations for Jack London’s Call of the Wild. You can find many remarkable wildlife paintings for sale online at Invaluable by other artists to match your niche interests.

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        • Philip R Goodwin Mountain Lion Bronze
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Philip R Goodwin Mountain Lion Bronze

          Est: $150 - $200

          3 1/2" tall, 2 1/2" long, 1 1/4" wide. Philip Russell Goodwin (1881 - 1935) was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Philip Goodwin is known for Animal, field-stream illustration. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Philip R Goodwin Walking Bear Bronze
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Philip R Goodwin Walking Bear Bronze

          Est: $200 - $300

          4" long, 2 1/4" tall, 2 1/4" wide. Philip Russell Goodwin (1881 - 1935) was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Philip Goodwin is known for Animal, field-stream illustration. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) Hunters in the Hills
          Jan. 27, 2024

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) Hunters in the Hills

          Est: $400 - $800

          Featured in this lot is this lithograph of hunters in the hills by American artist Philip R. Goodwin born 1881 and died in 1935. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted lithograph construction that shows two men in the hills with the forest in the background looking out above the lake and shows a mountain in the distance. The artwork is marked in the bottom right hand corner Philip R. Goodwin 1916 - 1912 Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, U.S.A. & Sault STE. Marie ONT - 9292. Philip R. Goodwin (September 16, 1881 – December 14, 1935) was an American painter and illustrator who specialized in depictions of wildlife, the outdoors, fishing, hunting and the Old American West. He provided illustrations for numerous books and magazines, as well as for commercial items, such as posters, advertisements and calendars. He is perhaps best known for illustrating Jack London's The Call of the Wild and for providing the cover art for many issues of Outdoor Recreation / Outdoor Life Magazine during the 1920s and early 1930s. He is also the artist who designed the Horse & Rider Trademark of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The condition of this lithograph is well preserved with some wear or staining to the white outside of the lithograph due to age but is well preserved behind protective wrapping. The measurements of this lithograph is 16 1/2" x 23 3/4".

          North American Auction Company
        • Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Lynx", bronze sculpture, depicting a lynx on a small broken tree branch starring ahead, signed on branch, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear co...
          Dec. 04, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Lynx", bronze sculpture, depicting a lynx on a small broken tree branch starring ahead, signed on branch, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear co...

          Est: $100 - $200

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Lynx", bronze sculpture, depicting a lynx on a small broken tree branch starring ahead, signed on branch, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 3 1/8" h. x 4 3/8" w. x 6" l.

          Winter Associates, Inc.
        • Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Mountain Lion", bronze sculpture, depicting a mountain lion climbing down a tree stump, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear ...
          Dec. 04, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Mountain Lion", bronze sculpture, depicting a mountain lion climbing down a tree stump, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear ...

          Est: $100 - $200

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Mountain Lion", bronze sculpture, depicting a mountain lion climbing down a tree stump, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 3 3/8" h. x 3" w. x 4 1/2" l.

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        • Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Sitting Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear sitting on a rock, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age...
          Dec. 04, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Sitting Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear sitting on a rock, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age...

          Est: $250 - $450

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Sitting Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear sitting on a rock, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 2 3/4" h. x 1 3/4" w. x 2 1/2" l.

          Winter Associates, Inc.
        • Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Walking Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear walking, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 2 1/4" h...
          Dec. 04, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Walking Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear walking, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 2 1/4" h...

          Est: $300 - $500

          Philip R. Goodwin (Connecticut / New York, 1881-1935), "Walking Bear", bronze sculpture, depicting a bear walking, signed on base rim, stamped at base "Calhoun's" and numbered "708", wear consistent with age, 2 1/4" h. x 2" w. x 4" l.

          Winter Associates, Inc.
        • Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Making for Camp
          Nov. 01, 2023

          Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Making for Camp

          Est: $100,000 - $200,000

          Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Making for Camp oil on canvas signed Philip R. Goodwin (lower right) 40 x 21 inches  Provenance: Mongerson Wunderlich Galleries, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1992 Literature: Outdoor Life, September, 1927, Cover illustration. Larry Len Peterson, Philip R. Goodwin: America's Sporting and Wildlife Artist. Hayden, ID: CDA Art Auction, 2001. p. 224, illustrated. I was once visiting a town lined with gift and souvenir shops. In the window of one, a wooden plaque extolled the virtues of camping and canoeing. I did a double take. The printed image of two men in plaid, paddling on a pine-ringed lake was a copy of a famous Philip R. Goodwin painting. I realized then that Goodwin's influence on the American idea of "The Great Outdoors" is so pervasive that many Americans, when they dream of getting away to the woods, imagine scenes straight out of Goodwin's canvases. Goodwin's paintings made their way into the American unconscious through magazine covers, illustrations, advertising, and calendars. You might say Goodwin created the aesthetic that arose through LL Bean, Pendleton, and the Hudson Bay Company. In this, Goodwin ought to be counted among the very few artists - among them N. C. Wyeth and Norman Rockwell - who helped shape the national stories we tell about ourselves. The stories that blur history and heroism, reality and romance. The stories that define us as a people. Goodwin's images - much like Thomas Moran's - run right alongside our National Parks and our notions of wilderness. Making For Camp is a classic, vintage Goodwin painting. It is quite a trudge, dragging your kit while seeking out a new place to camp, but the scenery, sport, company, and peacefullness make it worthwhile. With the right partner and canoe mate, you develop a rhythm in the woods - who is responsible for what, and in what order - and after some time, you fall into a wordless pattern: It's dusk, soon to be dark. I drag the tent, you unpack the rest of the gear. There's a peaceful sequence to things here in the natural world, in time outside of normal time. Goodwin captures this feeling of peace in a single image. One of Howard Pyle's most celebrated students, and one of the great American artists to emerge from the Brandywine School that also boasts alumni N.C. Wyeth, Frank Schoonover, W.H.D. Koerner and many others, Philip Goodwin made his name early in his career illustrating classic works like Theodore Roosevelt's African Game Trails and Jack London's Call of the Wild. A New York native, Goodwin spent summers in the American West, camping, hunting, fishing, and gathering reference material. Along the way, he became close friends with Charles Russell and Carl Rungius. Goodwin's inimitable paintings call to mind the smells of pine forests and campfires, fresh trout sizzling beside thick slabs of bacon, and campfire coffee. - James D. Balestrieri

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        • Philip Goodwin (1881-1935) Print "In The Canoe"
          Sep. 23, 2023

          Philip Goodwin (1881-1935) Print "In The Canoe"

          Est: $100 - $200

          Featured in this lot is this framed, Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) print titled, "In The Canoe" circa 1905-1910. Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The print shows two men in a canoe, drifting down a river as a mountain lion bears its teeth towards the men in the canoe. There is a deer bounding through the shallow river away from the mountain lion and men. One man is wearing a red shirt, while the other wears a hat and a blue shirt. The print is set in a gold gilt frame and sits behind glass. The print shows fair to good condition showing tears on the right side and creases on the top right corner but no other signs of damage are noted. The visible art measures 14 3/8" L x 21 7/8" W, while the entire piece measures 16" L x 23 1/2" W. The piece weighs approx. 3 lbs 8 oz.

          North American Auction Company
        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935), Sitting Bear
          Sep. 16, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935), Sitting Bear

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Title: Sitting Bear Dimensions: 2 3/4 x 2 1/2 x 1 3/4 Framed/base dimensions: 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 3 Signature: inscribed: Goodwin stamped: C CALHOUN'S 1632

          Jackson Hole Art Auction
        • Philip Goodwin Print "Adventures On The Nipigon"
          Jul. 29, 2023

          Philip Goodwin Print "Adventures On The Nipigon"

          Est: $100 - $300

          For your consideration is this Philip R. Goodwin print titled, "Adventures On The Nipigon" made in 1915. Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The print shows two men in a canoe holding rifles as they watch a big black bear on the shoreline of the river. The black bear is showing its teeth but seems to stay reserved. The print is set in a cardstock frame with gold gilt borders. The print shows the artist signature in the bottom right reading, "Philip R. Goodwin". The print shows good condition with no signs of wear or obvious damage present. The print measures 9" L x 11 7/8" W, while the entire piece measures 16 1/2" L x 17 7/16" W

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        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) Sitting Bear Bronze
          Jul. 29, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) Sitting Bear Bronze

          Est: $100 - $250

          Featured in this lot is a limited edition bronze sculpture by Philip R. Goodwin titled, "Sitting Bear". Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The sculpture depicts a bear sitting on his back legs on a small rock as he looks into the distance with curious eyes. The bronze reads, "Goodwin" at the base. The bronze sits on a fine marble base with green felt underneath it. The front of the marble base has a good colored metal tag that reads, "Sitting Bear, A limited Edition, Philip R. Goodwin". The bronze shows good condition and has been repaired. It measures 6" L x 4 3/8" W x 3 1/8" H.

          North American Auction Company
        • "An Interrupted Duel" by Philip R. Goodwin
          Jul. 29, 2023

          "An Interrupted Duel" by Philip R. Goodwin

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Presented in this lot is a lithograph titled, "An Interrupted Duel" by Philip Goodwin, circa 1920s-1930s, Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn., framed. Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) was an American painter and illustrator who specialized in depictions of wildlife, the outdoors, fishing, hunting and the Old American West. He provided illustrations for numerous books and magazines, as well as for commercial items, such as posters, advertisements and calendars. He is perhaps best known for illustrating Jack London's The Call of the Wild and for providing the cover art for many issues of Outdoor Recreation / Outdoor Life Magazine during the 1920s and early 1930s. Well educated in fine art and illustration, Goodwin had an especial love for his subject matter, which was almost exclusively Western outdoor scenes with cowboys and Indians, wildlife, hunting and fishing. For almost thirty years, many of Goodwin’s finest paintings first appeared on Brown & Bigelow calendars which could be found in almost every home in America. This lithograph is mounted in a what appears to be it's original matted wood frame. The lithograph is in amazingly preserved condition, no marring observed. The black stained frame exhibits scuffing on the edges, no other obvious marring noted. Visible art measures 9"W x 13.25"L, frame is 15.5"W x 19.5"L approximately.*

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        • P. Goodwin (1881-1935) "The Right Of Way" Print
          Jun. 03, 2023

          P. Goodwin (1881-1935) "The Right Of Way" Print

          Est: $100 - $200

          Featured in this lot is this framed, Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) print titled, "The Right Of Way" from 1907. Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The print shows two men about to cross a log bridge but instead, they cross paths with a large grizzly bear coming back from the lake who stops them in their tracks. One man holds an axe up in defense while the other shoulders his rifle and takes aim at the bear. The bear shows his teeth in defense and is starting to raise his right paw. In the background it shows a lake and forested mountains surrounding the lake. The bottom left of the print reads, "Co. N.Y.", the bottom middle shows the title reading, "The Right Of Way" and the bottom right shows the artist signature reading, "Philip R. Goodwin" and a set of numbers reading, "1643". The print is set in an intricately designed wood frame and sits behind glass. The print and frame show good condition with no signs of obvious damage with the frame showing wear from use. The visible art measures 15 5/8" L x 19 1/2" W, while the entire piece measures 19 1/8" L x 23" W.

          North American Auction Company
        • P. Goodwin (1881-1935) "When Action Counts" Print
          Jun. 03, 2023

          P. Goodwin (1881-1935) "When Action Counts" Print

          Est: $100 - $200

          For your consideration is this framed, Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935) print titled, "When Action Counts" from 1923. Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The print shows two men on a wood log raft, drifting down the river. One is steering while the other aims his rifle at a bear on the shore. The river looks fast as small rapids crash over the wood logs and onto the men in the boat. The men are wearing plaid flannel shirts, cowboy hats, vests and jeans, the typical western wear for those days. In the background it shows towering, forested mountains with a golden hue from the late afternoon sun shinning down on them. In the bottom right hand corner of the print, it shows the artists signature reading, "Philip R. Goodwin" in black lettering. On the very bottom of the print it shows the title reading, "When Action Counts". The piece is set in a thin wood frame and set behind glass. The art and frame show good condition with no signs of obvious damage and slight wear to the frame from its age and use over the years. The piece measures 19 5/8" L x 26" W.

          North American Auction Company
        • Philip Russell Goodwin
          May. 19, 2023

          Philip Russell Goodwin

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          (American, 1881-1935) Spanish Buccaneer, 1906, signed lower left "Philip R. Goodwin", inscribed and dated on old label board verso, oil on canvas, 12 x 8 in.; carved wood frame, 16-1/4 x 11-3/4 in. Provenance: Private New England Collection; by descent

          Brunk Auctions
        • PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING
          Apr. 01, 2023

          PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING

          Est: $400 - $600

          Title is Montana Bull Moose. 10 1/2" by 8 3/8". EX Charlie Johnston estate. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

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        • PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING
          Apr. 01, 2023

          PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING

          Est: $400 - $600

          Title is Montana Bull Moose. 10 1/2" by 8 3/8". EX Charlie Johnston estate. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Philip R. Goodwin, Between Two Fires
          Mar. 05, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin, Between Two Fires

          Est: $150 - $250

          Philip R. Goodwin, "Between Two Fires", offset lithograph, framed 19" x 23". Provenance: Ashland, Massachusetts collection.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Sitting Bear"
          Jan. 28, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Sitting Bear"

          Est: $100 - $250

          Featured in this lot is a limited edition bronze sculpture by Philip R. Goodwin titled, "Sitting Bear". Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The sculpture depicts a bear sitting on his back legs on a small rock as he looks into the distance with curious eyes. The bronze reads, "Goodwin" at the base. The bronze sits on a fine marble base with green felt underneath it. The front of the marble base has a good colored metal tag that reads, "Sitting Bear, A limited Edition, Philip R. Goodwin". The bronze shows good condition and has been repaired. It measures 6" L x 4 3/8" W x 3 1/8" H.

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        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Mountain Lion"
          Jan. 28, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Mountain Lion"

          Est: $100 - $250

          For your consideration is this limited edition Philip R. Goodwin bronze titled, "Mountain Lion". Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The bronze shows a mountain lion climbing down a tree stump, carefully watching his step as he descends. The bronze sits on a fine marble base with green felt on the bottom The front of he marble base features a gold colored metal tag that reads, "Mountain Lion, A limited edition, Philip R. Goodwin". The bronze shows good condition and attention to detail in the mountain lion. The bronze shows no signs of obvious damage. The bronze measures 4 1/2" L x 3" W x 3 3/8" H.

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        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Lynx" Bronze
          Jan. 28, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Lynx" Bronze

          Est: $150 - $300

          For your consideration is this Philip R. Goodwin limited edition bronze sculpture of a lynx titled, "Lynx". Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The bronze shows a lynx on a small broken tree branch starring ahead. The bronze sits on a marble base with green felt underneath it and a gold colored metal tag on the front reading, "Lynx, A limited edition, Philip R. Goodwin". On the longest part of the branch it is signed "Goodwin". The statue is in good condition and has been repaired. It measures 6" L x 4 1/2" W x 4 1/4" H.

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        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Walking Bear"
          Jan. 28, 2023

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935) "Walking Bear"

          Est: $150 - $300

          Featured in this lot is a Philip R. Goodwin bronze statue of a walking bear titled, "Walking Bear. Philip Russell Goodwin's natural born talent for illustration became evident very early on and by age eleven he had already sold works to Collier's magazine. Goodwin studied under Howard Pyle at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia from 1899-1900. He agreed to his master's belief that an artist should spend time in the environment which he is illustrating. Goodwin also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Art Students League in New York. Goodwin's illustrations were published in magazines such as Harper's Monthly and Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and celebrated books such as "Call of the Wild" by Jack London and "African Game Trails" by Theodore Roosevelt. The statue sits on a marble base with green felt on the bottom. The front of the bronze features a gold metal tag reading, "Walking Bear, A limited Edition, Philip R. Goodwin". The bear itself is marked on the front reading, "Goodwin". The statue is in good condition with no signs of obvious damage. The statue measures 6" L x 4 1/2" W x 3 1/8" H.

          North American Auction Company
        • Philip R Goodwin Americas Sporting and Wildlife Artist Book by Larry Len Peterson
          Nov. 06, 2022

          Philip R Goodwin Americas Sporting and Wildlife Artist Book by Larry Len Peterson

          Est: -

          Philip R Goodwin Americas Sporting and Wildlife Artist Book by Larry Len Peterson. Published by The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction. First Edition Copy. For shipping purposes, the book measures 12 inches square X 1.75 inches thick. As always please see all photos for more detail. All items are looked over but not inspected further than with the naked eye. If you require any additional pictures to determine condition or authenticity or have any further questions please reach out to us prior to bidding in the auction at least 48 hours prior to the auction day. To ensure you know what you are bidding on and that you want the item please do not bid on any item in this or any auction without inspecting it yourself or sending someone to inspect it for you to ensure you know what you are bidding on and have personally confirmed the condition and description yourself. We make every effort to look over and picture all items and make a good faith effort in all descriptions but do not offer any warranties or guarantees of any kind of our titles or descriptions for any item in this or any other sale. Bidder is responsible for inspecting any items they bid on themselves or sending a professional to examine them for them prior to bidding and as such, absolutely no returns or refunds will be given due to any error in title, descriptions or pictures. If you do not have a stable internet connection, are unsure how to operate the technology, tend to experience glitches while on the internet, or do not feel fully confident bidding online PLEASE DO NOT BID ONLINE. All accidental bids made for any reason at all during or before a live auction are considered real bids and we can not cancel any bids during a live auction. We cannot bid for you, we can only accept bids as they come into our system and therefore bidders are responsible for paying for any items they win under their bidding profile. If you make an accidental bid BEFORE the auction day please call the bidding site you use to have them cancel the bid as we do not have access to do this and we cannot see your bids. If you have any other questions please call us at 207-890-8937 and we will answer any questions you have to the best of our ability. Please remember that all items you win must be paid for and picked up by the Friday following the auction; as such, please do not bid on an item which you do not know how you are going to pick up and pay for within the required time. Thank you for reading this and our terms and conditions carefully prior to the auction. Good luck bidding!

          Paul Arsenault Auctioneers
        • PHILIP R GOODWIN SITTING BEAR BRONZE
          Nov. 05, 2022

          PHILIP R GOODWIN SITTING BEAR BRONZE

          Est: $75 - $125

          3 1/4" tall including base. Base is 3" by 4 1/2". Calhoun's Collectors Society.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Painting, Philip Russell Goodwin
          Oct. 16, 2022

          Painting, Philip Russell Goodwin

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935), "Study for Danger Ahead," oil on board, signed lower right, titled verso, board: 13.5"h x 12"w, overall (with frame): 17.5"h x 19.25"w

          Clars Auctions
        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), Walking Bear
          Sep. 16, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), Walking Bear

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881-1935), bronze 1632/2002, 2 1/4 x 4 x 2, inscribed lower front: Goodwin stamped bottom: 1632

          Jackson Hole Art Auction
        • Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), Bear Hunters
          Sep. 16, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), Bear Hunters

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), gouache on paper, 7 x 9, signed lower right: Philip R Goodwin

          Jackson Hole Art Auction
        • PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON
          Aug. 27, 2022

          PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON

          Est: $100 - $150

          Phillip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting & Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Condition is new old stock.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON
          Aug. 27, 2022

          PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON

          Est: $100 - $150

          Phillip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting & Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Condition is new old stock.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON
          Jun. 11, 2022

          PHILIP R. GOODWIN BY LARRY LEN PETERSON

          Est: $25 - $50

          Nice volume with dust jacket.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R GOODWIN LYNX BRONZE
          Jun. 11, 2022

          PHILIP R GOODWIN LYNX BRONZE

          Est: $75 - $125

          3 7/8" tall including base. Base is 6" by 4 1/2". Calhoun's Collectors Society.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R GOODWIN WALKING BEAR BRONZE
          Jun. 11, 2022

          PHILIP R GOODWIN WALKING BEAR BRONZE

          Est: $75 - $125

          3" tall including base. Base is 6" by 4 1/2". Calhoun's Collectors Society.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R GOODWIN MOUNTAIN LION BRONZE
          Jun. 11, 2022

          PHILIP R GOODWIN MOUNTAIN LION BRONZE

          Est: $75 - $125

          3 1/2" tall including base. Base is 3" by 4 1/2". Calhoun's Collectors Society.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP R GOODWIN SITTING BEAR BRONZE
          Jun. 11, 2022

          PHILIP R GOODWIN SITTING BEAR BRONZE

          Est: $75 - $125

          3 1/4" tall including base. Base is 3" by 4 1/2". Calhoun's Collectors Society.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING
          Apr. 30, 2022

          PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Title is "Montana Bull Moose". 12.75" by 15.5" framed. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING
          Apr. 30, 2022

          PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN BULL MOOSE PENCIL DRAWING

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Title is "Montana Bull Moose". 6.75" by 8.75" unframed, 14.25" by 17.25" framed. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN ELK PENCIL DRAWING
          Apr. 30, 2022

          PHILIP RUSSELL GOODWIN ELK PENCIL DRAWING

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Title is "Montana Elk". 7.5" by 9" unframed, 14.25" by 17.25" framed. Known for his illustrations of hunting, fishing, and cowboy scenes, especially scenes featuring firearms, Philip R. Goodwin was from Norwich, Connecticut. By the age of eleven, he had already sold his first illustrations to Collier's magazine. He was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Art Students' League in New York. He also studied with Howard Pyle in Pennsylvania. His works exhibit much of Pyle's earnestness and discipline, but are restricted almost entirely to subjects of hunting and fishing. In this limited area, however, he produced many notable pictures, the subject matter always convincing and dramatic in color. In his early twenties, he established a studio in New York and met Charles Russell, whose paintings of western subjects provided a great influence on Goodwin's work in that genre. Goodwin's interest in scenes of cowboys and ranch life is evident in Bronco Buster. The two men traveled together on several occasions, sketching source material for their paintings. Meanwhile, Goodwin appeared in such books as Jack London's Call of the Wild. Goodwin's pictures were also published in Harper's Monthly and Weekly, Outing, Scribner's, and Everybody's magazines, in addition to calendar subjects for Brown & Bigelow, advertising for Winchester Arms and the Marlin Firearms Company. He also illustrated African Game Trails for Theodore Roosevelt. Goodwin's interest in Charles Russell is seen not only in Goodwin's use of bright, vivid colors, but also in the romanticized subject matter, which appears to celebrate the bonding of rider and mount.

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Philip Russell Goodwin (1882-1935) Native figure on horseback observing a wagon train 6 1/2 x 9 in. framed 8 x 10 in.
          Apr. 26, 2022

          Philip Russell Goodwin (1882-1935) Native figure on horseback observing a wagon train 6 1/2 x 9 in. framed 8 x 10 in.

          Est: $2,500 - $3,500

          Philip Russell Goodwin (1882-1935) Native figure on horseback observing a wagon train signed and dated 'P.R. Goodwin - / - 97' (lower right) watercolor and gouache on cream paper mounted on paperboard 6 1/2 x 9 in. framed 8 x 10 in. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • Philip R. Goodwin Publisher Sealed LTD
          Apr. 07, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin Publisher Sealed LTD

          Est: $75 - $125

          Philip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting and Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Factory Sealed. The Coeur d' Alene Art Auction. 373 pp. Measures 12 in. x 11.75 in. x 2 in. From a non-smoking home and free of any odors. Provenance: Bob Borcherdt collection Boulder City, Nevada. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

          Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
        • Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED
          Apr. 07, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED

          Est: $75 - $100

          Philip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting and Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Factory Sealed. The Coeur d' Alene Art Auction. 373 pp. Measures 12 in. x 11.75 in. x 2 in. From a non-smoking home and free of any odors. Provenance: Bob Borcherdt collection Boulder City, Nevada. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

          Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
        • Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED
          Apr. 07, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED

          Est: $75 - $100

          Philip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting and Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Factory Sealed. The Coeur d' Alene Art Auction. 373 pp. Measures 12 in. x 11.75 in. x 2 in. From a non-smoking home and free of any odors. Provenance: Bob Borcherdt collection Boulder City, Nevada. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

          Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
        • Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED
          Apr. 07, 2022

          Philip R. Goodwin by Peterson LTD SEALED

          Est: $75 - $100

          Philip R. Goodwin; America's Sporting and Wildlife Artist by Larry Len Peterson. 2001, limited to 2900 copies. Factory Sealed. The Coeur d' Alene Art Auction. 373 pp. Measures 12 in. x 11.75 in. x 2 in. From a non-smoking home and free of any odors. Provenance: Bob Borcherdt collection Boulder City, Nevada. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

          Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
        • 2 Philip Goodwin Sporting Art Calendars
          Feb. 25, 2022

          2 Philip Goodwin Sporting Art Calendars

          Est: $200 - $300

          2 Philip R. Goodwin (American 1881-1935) 1924, 1925 sporting illustrator art sample advertising calendars by Robert Chapman Co. NY one titled "Welcome Opportunity" with logger reaching for Winchester rifle as herd of deer pass, and "The Interrupted Shot" showing mountain lion descending on two hunters- overall excellent condition with bold colors 7.5" x 10", 14" x 15.5" overall, 10.5" x 14", 13.5" x 15" overall

          Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
        • Philip Goodwin "Thrilling Moments" Art Calendar
          Feb. 25, 2022

          Philip Goodwin "Thrilling Moments" Art Calendar

          Est: $200 - $300

          1926 Philip R. Goodwin (American 1881-1935) sporting illustrator art sample advertising calendar by Robert Chapman Co. NY for Frank Purcell Walnut Lumber Co. Kansas City, Kansas, depicting two outdoorsmen campers in canoe on rapids in autumn with lumbermen in the distance - overall excellent condition with bold colors 10" x 14", 18" x 19.5" overall

          Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
        • Philip Goodwin "Luck For Two" Art Calendar
          Feb. 25, 2022

          Philip Goodwin "Luck For Two" Art Calendar

          Est: $200 - $300

          1929 Philip R. Goodwin (American 1881-1935) sporting illustrator art sample advertising calendar for Robert Chapman Co. NY depicting two fishermen in a birch bark canoe in autumn with buck in the distance -some damage to right side, overall good condition with bold colors 9.75" x 13.75", 18.5" x 19.5" overall

          Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
        • Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Successful Sheep Hunt
          Nov. 04, 2021

          Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Successful Sheep Hunt

          Est: $50,000 - $70,000

          Philip Russell Goodwin (American, 1881-1935) Successful Sheep Hunt oil on canvas signed Philip R. Goodwin (lower right) 40 x 21 inches

          Hindman
        • Philip R. Goodwin Print
          Oct. 03, 2021

          Philip R. Goodwin Print

          Est: $200 - $250

          Philip R. Goodwin print, framed 25" x 31". Provenance: Palm Beach, Florida estate.

          Kaminski Auctions
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