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Historical-scenes painter, Sculptor, Illustrator, Porträtmaler, b. 1929 - d. 1979

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          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE, DEATH TO LONG KNIVES, LITHOGRAPH
            Oct. 31, 2023

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE, DEATH TO LONG KNIVES, LITHOGRAPH

            Est: $400 - $500

            Artist: Joe Ruiz Grandee, American (1929 - 1979) Title: Death to Long Knives Year: 1973 Medium: Lithograph, Signed in Pencil Size: 22 x 30 in. (55.88 x 76.2 cm) Description: Engaged in battle, the Native Americans and the American military men use swords and cutlasses in hand-to-hand combat on calvary.

            RoGallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (1929) Cowboy Watercolor
            May. 21, 2023

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (1929) Cowboy Watercolor

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            Signed dated and marked bottom right 1973 Watercolor measures 9" x 12" and is nicely framed behind glass

            California Auctioneers
          • †Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, 1929- ), "Dismounted Dragoon," 1963, oil on canvas, signed lower right and copyright-marked, title..
            Mar. 17, 2023

            †Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, 1929- ), "Dismounted Dragoon," 1963, oil on canvas, signed lower right and copyright-marked, title..

            Est: $300 - $500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, 1929- ), "Dismounted Dragoon," 1963, oil on canvas, signed lower right and copyright-marked, titled and dated on artist plaque on bottom of frame, with a Petro-Lewis Corporation label en verso, presented in a burlap-lined and carved wood frame, H.- 29 5/8 in., W.- 21 1/2 in., Framed H.- 38 in., W.- 29 1/4 in.

            Crescent City Auction Gallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Moonlit Way of Wolfman Trail, 1979 Oil on c
            Mar. 03, 2023

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Moonlit Way of Wolfman Trail, 1979 Oil on c

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Moonlit Way of Wolfman Trail, 1979 Oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm) Signed and dated lower right: J. Grandee / 1979 Titled on the reverse: Moonlit Way of Wolfman Trail The present work is accompanied by The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee by Joy Schultz and is signed and dated by the artist. HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Framed Giclee on Canvas Buffalo Hunt
            Jan. 28, 2023

            Framed Giclee on Canvas Buffalo Hunt

            Est: $100 - $150

            Framed Giclee on canvas print of a buffalo hunt by Joe Grandee. In good condition. Frame measures 40" wide, 30" tall

            Donley Auction Services
          • Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting
            Dec. 18, 2022

            Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting

            Est: $900 - $1,200

            ARTIST: Joe Ruiz Grandee (Texas, 1929 - 1979) NAME: His Cashe YEAR: 1965 MEDIUM: gouache on board CONDITION: Very good. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 22 x 15 inches / 55 x 38 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 21 inches / 71 x 53 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 121107 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born a third-generation Texan in Dallas in 1929, artist Joe Ruiz Grandee has a background as colorful as his paintings. His great-grandfather, a Castillian nobleman, came from Spain to settle in Corpus Christi, where he built the town's largest and most successful dance hall and saloon. Grandee's grandfather, Banito, grew up in the family's large home - a home that would ultimately be renovated and designated a historical landmark - and rose to become one of Corpus Christi's most prominent and respected citizens. On his mothers side, Grandee boasted two grandfathers with connections to history; one who captained a clipper ship that ran the blockade for the Confederacy between Port Lavaca, Texas, and New Orleans, and another who was a judge and presided during the famous Sutton-Taylor feud trial.Grandee studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas for a short time in 1947 and began painting scenes of the American West in 1948. He didn't particularly like the academic study of art, preferring instead to hone his craft by continually putting brush to canvas, starting first by painting landscapes, then inserting subjects such as cowboys, horses, and cattle. His small east Texas ranch served as setting for many of his early works, and it was there that Grandee decided he would paint things he knew firsthand. He became a practicing professional painter in 1958, dedicated himself to Western art, a relatively new medium at the time. "We live in a universe governed by laws of cause and effect, and a moment of action frozen in time can only be understood in the light of what had transpired before and what is likely to have taken place afterward. The whole scope of time must be reflected. If the action doesn't seem logical, then the story of a painting falls apart," believes Grandee.

            Broward Auction Gallery LLC
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - UNTITLED (COWBOY ON THE FRONTIER)
            Dec. 08, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - UNTITLED (COWBOY ON THE FRONTIER)

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Lot 293 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) Untitled (Cowboy on the Frontier) oil on canvas signed and monogrammed lower left 30 x 22 inches frame dimensions: 39 x 31 x 2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE BUFFALO HUNTERS OF LLANO ESTACADO
            Dec. 08, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE BUFFALO HUNTERS OF LLANO ESTACADO

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            Lot 291 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) The Buffalo Hunters of Llano Estacado oil on canvas signed and monogrammed lower left 30 1/4 x 39 inches frame dimensions: 39 3/4 x 50 x 2 1/2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection Literature: The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee, Joy Schutz, Heritage Press, 1970

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - COWBOY LEADING HIS HORSE
            Dec. 08, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - COWBOY LEADING HIS HORSE

            Est: $600 - $800

            Lot 290 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) Cowboy Leading His Horse (1963) oil on canvas signed and with monogram lower left 27 x 48 inches frame dimensions: 36 x 57 x 2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE GREAT SPIRIT PROVIDES
            Oct. 27, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE GREAT SPIRIT PROVIDES

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Lot 63 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) The Great Spirit Provides oil on canvas signed and monogrammed lower left 24 1/2 x 30 inches frame dimensions: 34 x 39 x 2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection Literature: The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee, Joy Schutz, Heritage Press, 1970

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - UNTITLED (COWBOY ON THE FRONTIER)
            Oct. 27, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - UNTITLED (COWBOY ON THE FRONTIER)

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Lot 62 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) Untitled (Cowboy on the Frontier) oil on canvas signed and monogrammed lower left 30 x 22 inches frame dimensions: 39 x 31 x 2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE BUFFALO HUNTERS OF LLANO ESTACADO
            Oct. 27, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - THE BUFFALO HUNTERS OF LLANO ESTACADO

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Lot 61 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) The Buffalo Hunters of Llano Estacado oil on canvas signed and monogrammed lower left 30 1/4 x 39 inches frame dimensions: 39 3/4 x 50 x 2 1/2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection Literature: The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee, Joy Schutz, Heritage Press, 1970

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - COWBOY LEADING HIS HORSE
            Oct. 27, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - COWBOY LEADING HIS HORSE

            Est: $1,000 - $1,500

            Lot 29 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) Cowboy Leading His Horse (1963) oil on canvas signed and with monogram lower left 27 x 48 inches frame dimensions: 36 x 57 x 2 inches, wood frame Provenance: Property from a Private Collection

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • AMERICAN TX. JOE RUIZ GRANDEE BORN 1929 SIGNED LITHOGRAPH 1974 "PURSUIT & ATTACK"
            Oct. 08, 2022

            AMERICAN TX. JOE RUIZ GRANDEE BORN 1929 SIGNED LITHOGRAPH 1974 "PURSUIT & ATTACK"

            Est: $250 - $500

            American TX. Joe Ruiz Grandee Born 1929 Pencil Signed Lithograph 1974 "PURSUIT & ATTACK", From The Franklin Mint Gallery Of Art. Frame Measure 24" X 32". This painting was purchased in the 1970's by a woman as part of an investment in art. She passed away soon after and they were left with her late husband who passed away in 1989 and left for his then new wife who kept them all these years and she too have since passed away recently. Her kids have now decided to part with them. They are all originals and well preserved. Please carefully read our terms of sale, shipping information, and request any condition reports or photos prior to placing a bid. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. RBFineArts CFL INC. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Please email for a condition report and photos, if desired. Emails should be received at least 48 hours in advance of the date of the auction. Please make sure you have read the Terms and Conditions* before you bid. ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS!. Any registration and/or bid placed by you guaranteed RBFineArts CFL Inc. you have read and will abide by the following Terms and Conditions of the sale. Transportation of buyer's items: For a charge of 15.00 per invoice, RBFineArts Shipping Inc. will pick up and transport your item's from the offices of RBFineArts CFL Inc. All OTHER transport to any other third party shipper there will be a 25.00 transport fee, there will be no exceptions for this condition. The buyer is responsible for paying for shipping, packing, and transport, etc. RBFineArts CFL Inc. is not responsible for packing, shipping, or transport of any items from buyer's invoice. *Please see terms and conditions for additional information on payment and shipping options

            RB Fine Arts
          • Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting
            Sep. 11, 2022

            Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting

            Est: $950 - $1,250

            ARTIST: Joe Ruiz Grandee (Texas, 1929 - 1979) NAME: His Cashe YEAR: 1965 MEDIUM: gouache on board CONDITION: Very good. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 22 x 15 inches / 55 x 38 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 21 inches / 71 x 53 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 121107 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born a third-generation Texan in Dallas in 1929, artist Joe Ruiz Grandee has a background as colorful as his paintings. His great-grandfather, a Castillian nobleman, came from Spain to settle in Corpus Christi, where he built the town's largest and most successful dance hall and saloon. Grandee's grandfather, Banito, grew up in the family's large home - a home that would ultimately be renovated and designated a historical landmark - and rose to become one of Corpus Christi's most prominent and respected citizens. On his mothers side, Grandee boasted two grandfathers with connections to history; one who captained a clipper ship that ran the blockade for the Confederacy between Port Lavaca, Texas, and New Orleans, and another who was a judge and presided during the famous Sutton-Taylor feud trial.Grandee studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas for a short time in 1947 and began painting scenes of the American West in 1948. He didn't particularly like the academic study of art, preferring instead to hone his craft by continually putting brush to canvas, starting first by painting landscapes, then inserting subjects such as cowboys, horses, and cattle. His small east Texas ranch served as setting for many of his early works, and it was there that Grandee decided he would paint things he knew firsthand. He became a practicing professional painter in 1958, dedicated himself to Western art, a relatively new medium at the time. "We live in a universe governed by laws of cause and effect, and a moment of action frozen in time can only be understood in the light of what had transpired before and what is likely to have taken place afterward. The whole scope of time must be reflected. If the action doesn't seem logical, then the story of a painting falls apart," believes Grandee.

            Broward Auction Gallery LLC
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - FRONTIERSMAN
            Aug. 18, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - FRONTIERSMAN

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Lot 99 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) Frontiersman (1969) bronze incised to base, edition 33/35 height: 22 1/4 inches width: 6 1/2 inches

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - 2 SMALL BUSTS
            Aug. 18, 2022

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE - 2 SMALL BUSTS

            Est: $300 - $500

            Lot 97 Joe Ruiz Grandee American (1929-2021) 2 Small Busts bronze this lot includes: Untitled (Bust of a Cowboy), edition 64/126, 1969 Untitled (Bust of a Native American), edition 53/100, 1970 each incised and numbered to back taller: 6 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • Franklin Mint Gold Medal Portfolio of Western Art
            Jul. 09, 2022

            Franklin Mint Gold Medal Portfolio of Western Art

            Est: $500 - $1,000

            For your consideration is the Franklin Mint Gold Medal Portfolio of Western Art, a rare and limited edition of signed prints ten (10), published 1973. The colour screen prints are of acclaimed Western artists: Joe Ruiz Grandee, "Death to Long Knives"; Donald Teague, "Appointment In Town"; Ray Swanson, "At E'E'D YA'ZHI (Little Girl)"; James Reynolds, "Noon Chuck"; Frank McCarthy, "The Raiders"; Gordon Phillips, "Calling on Neighbors"; Melvin C. Warren, "Selling the White Stallion"; Robert Summers, Texas LongHorn"; Joe Beeler, "Foggy Morning"; and lastly, John Clymer, "Tribal Hunt." A placard is affixed to the inside cover stating, "The personal collection of the Randalls." Each print is in good condition, in a faux leather carrying case that measures approx. 36" x 25" x 2-1/2", with a weight of approx. 35 pounds. Prints are approx. 22" x 18" each, with the mattes measuring approx. 32" x 24". No damages noted.

            North American Auction Company
          • JOE GRANDEE (1929-2021) FRONTIERSMAN WATERCOLOR
            Jun. 25, 2022

            JOE GRANDEE (1929-2021) FRONTIERSMAN WATERCOLOR

            Est: $800 - $1,500

            Framed watercolor and gouache painting on artist board, Frontiersman, signed lower left Joe Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, 1929-2021), presentation inscription verso dated 1966, sight: approx 23.5"h, 17.5"w, overall: 33.25"h, 27.25"w, 12.5lbs Start Price: $400.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting
            Jun. 12, 2022

            Joe Grandee (TX,1929-1979) gouache painting

            Est: $950 - $1,250

            ARTIST: Joe Ruiz Grandee (Texas, 1929 - 1979) NAME: His Cashe YEAR: 1965 MEDIUM: gouache on board CONDITION: Very good. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 22 x 15 inches / 55 x 38 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 21 inches / 71 x 53 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 121107 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born a third-generation Texan in Dallas in 1929, artist Joe Ruiz Grandee has a background as colorful as his paintings. His great-grandfather, a Castillian nobleman, came from Spain to settle in Corpus Christi, where he built the town's largest and most successful dance hall and saloon. Grandee's grandfather, Banito, grew up in the family's large home - a home that would ultimately be renovated and designated a historical landmark - and rose to become one of Corpus Christi's most prominent and respected citizens. On his mothers side, Grandee boasted two grandfathers with connections to history; one who captained a clipper ship that ran the blockade for the Confederacy between Port Lavaca, Texas, and New Orleans, and another who was a judge and presided during the famous Sutton-Taylor feud trial.Grandee studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas for a short time in 1947 and began painting scenes of the American West in 1948. He didn't particularly like the academic study of art, preferring instead to hone his craft by continually putting brush to canvas, starting first by painting landscapes, then inserting subjects such as cowboys, horses, and cattle. His small east Texas ranch served as setting for many of his early works, and it was there that Grandee decided he would paint things he knew firsthand. He became a practicing professional painter in 1958, dedicated himself to Western art, a relatively new medium at the time. "We live in a universe governed by laws of cause and effect, and a moment of action frozen in time can only be understood in the light of what had transpired before and what is likely to have taken place afterward. The whole scope of time must be reflected. If the action doesn't seem logical, then the story of a painting falls apart," believes Grandee.

            Broward Auction Gallery LLC
          • On the Trail of Comanche Raiders by Joe Grandee (1929- )
            Feb. 19, 2022

            On the Trail of Comanche Raiders by Joe Grandee (1929- )

            Est: $600 - $900

            On the Trail of Comanche Raiders by Joe Grandee (1929- ), watercolor on board, 9 x 12

            Jackson Hole Art Auction
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"
            Jan. 29, 2022

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929) "Dismounted Dragoon", 1963 oil on canvas signed lower right and copyright-marked, titled and dated on artist plaque Framed. 30" x 22", framed 37-1/2" x 29-1/2" Provenance: The corporate collection of Freeport-McMoRan, New Orleans, Louisiana.

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "The Maverick"
            Oct. 24, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "The Maverick"

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929) "The Maverick", 1973 oil on canvas signed, dated and copyright-marked lower left. Framed. 30" x 24", framed 39" x 33-1/2"

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"
            Sep. 16, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929) "Dismounted Dragoon", 1963 oil on canvas signed lower right and copyright-marked, titled and dated on artist plaque Framed. 30" x 22", framed 37-1/2" x 29-1/2" Provenance: The corporate collection of Freeport-McMoRan, New Orleans, Louisiana.

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee, Pursuit and Attack, Lithograph
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee, Pursuit and Attack, Lithograph

            Est: $350 - $450

            Artist: Joe Ruiz Grandee, American (1929 - 1979) Title: Pursuit and Attack Year: 1974 Medium: Lithograph, Signed in Pencil Size: 22 in. x 30 in. (55.88 cm x 76.2 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph
            Jul. 15, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph

            Est: $320 - $400

            Artist: Joe Ruiz Grandee, American (1929 - 1979) Title: Death to Long Knives Year: 1973 Medium: Lithograph, Signed in Pencil Size: 22 x 30 in. (55.88 x 76.2 cm)

            RoGallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (1929-1979): Calvary Officer
            Mar. 25, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (1929-1979): Calvary Officer

            Est: $400 - $600

            Bronze, 1969, signed 'Joe Grandee' and dated on the reverse, no. 16/126, and inscribed 'Fenn Bronze'. 6 1/2 in. (height). The Estate of Richard P. Mellon, Ligonier, Pennsylvania

            Stair
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE (B.1929) RODEO ILLUSTRATION ART
            Mar. 20, 2021

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE (B.1929) RODEO ILLUSTRATION ART

            Est: $200 - $400

            Unframed watercolor and acrylic painting on board, Steer Wrestling, signed lower right J. Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, b.1929), sight: approx 11.25"h, 8.75"w, mat: approx 17.25"h, 14.75"w, 0.75lbs Start Price: $150.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (b.1929) American Western Cowboys
            Feb. 24, 2021

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (b.1929) American Western Cowboys

            Est: $100 - $1,000

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, born 1929). Lithograph print on paper. A western American landscape scene with horses and cavalry riders. Titled "Pursuit and Attack". Signed in pencil, lower right. Dated 1975 lower left. Good condition, frame having normal storage wear. Measures approximately 16 in. x 25 in. (sight), 24 in. x 31 in. (framed). Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

            Hill Auction Gallery
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Jim Bridger Mountain and Man & Many Bridges
            Nov. 12, 2020

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Jim Bridger Mountain and Man & Many Bridges

            Est: $300 - $500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American, b. 1929) Jim Bridger Mountain and Man & Many Bridges to Cross (two works), 1985 Watercolor on paper, each 5-3/4 x 5-3/4 inches (14.6 x 14.6 cm) (each) Each Signed and dated lower right: Grandee / 85 PROVENANCE: March in Montana Auction House, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, March 16, 2017, Lot 370 Acquired by the present owner from the above. HID01801242017

            Heritage Auctions
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"
            Sep. 27, 2020

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929), "Dismounted Dragoon"

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (American/Texas, b. 1929) "Dismounted Dragoon", 1963 oil on canvas signed lower right and copyright-marked, titled and dated on artist plaque; together with a U.S. Officer's cavalry sword and scabbard. Framed. 30" x 22", framed 37-1/2" x 29-1/2" Provenance: The corporate collection of Freeport-McMoRan, New Orleans, Louisiana.

            New Orleans Auction Galleries
          • Joe Grandee, 7th Cavalry Sergeant Bronze Bust
            Feb. 08, 2020

            Joe Grandee, 7th Cavalry Sergeant Bronze Bust

            Est: $200 - $300

            (American, 1929-1979) Miniature bronze bust, 79/126, signed "Joe Grandee '69" and impressed "Fenn Bronze," 6 3/4 in. H., 5 in. W.

            Alex Cooper
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee, Signed Book: G. Harvey Library
            Nov. 16, 2019

            Joe Ruiz Grandee, Signed Book: G. Harvey Library

            Est: $100 - $200

            Title: The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee Author: Joy Schultz Place: Dallas, Texas Publisher : Heritage Press Date: 1970 Description:Inscribed by Joe Grandee to G. Harvey. Second page is embossed with a seal that reads: "From the Library of Gerald Harvey Jones" Provenance: the Estate of G. Harvey

            Vogt Galleries Texas
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), Indian Warrior, oil on canvas, 4.25 x 8"
            Nov. 16, 2019

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), Indian Warrior, oil on canvas, 4.25 x 8"

            Est: $350 - $500

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), Indian Warrior, oil on canvas, 4.25 x 8", frame: 6.5 x 10" The artist was born as a third generation Texan in Dallas during 1929. He studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas during 1947. From 1965 to 1991, he was active as a sculptor, illustrator, and painter of portraits, military scenes, and the history of the West. He has been cited for historically accurate depictions of the Dragoons and Cavalrymen of the US Army. In 1974, he was honored with a one man retrospective in the US Capitol. Additionally, he served for one year as the "Official State Artist of Texas" - an appointment by the Texas Legislature. His work has been exhibited by the White House, Lyndon B.Johnson Collection,the Harmsen Collection of Western Art, and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.

            Vogt Galleries Texas
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), "Cavalry Officer", 1969, bronze, ed. 93/126, 6.5 x 5.5 x 4.5"; includes signed book
            Nov. 16, 2019

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), "Cavalry Officer", 1969, bronze, ed. 93/126, 6.5 x 5.5 x 4.5"; includes signed book

            Est: $600 - $1,200

            Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929), "Cavalry Officer", 1969, bronze, ed. 93/126, 6.5 x 5.5 x 4.5"; includes signed book Title: The West Still Lives: A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee Author:Joy Schultz Place: Dallas Publisher : Heritage Press Date: 1970 Description:Bound in clipped calfskin, ed. 93/126. Accompanied by a bronze casting of "Cavalry Officer". Signed by both Grandee and Schultz. Grandee was born as a third generation Texan in Dallas during 1929. He studied at the Aunspaugh Art School in Dallas during 1947. From 1965 to 1991, he was active as a sculptor, illustrator, and painter of portraits, military scenes, and the history of the West. He has been cited for historically accurate depictions of the Dragoons and Cavalrymen of the US Army. In 1974, he was honored with a one man retrospective in the US Capitol. Additionally, he served for one year as the "Official State Artist of Texas" - an appointment by the Texas Legislature. His work has been exhibited by the White House, Lyndon B.Johnson Collection,the Harmsen Collection of Western Art, and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.

            Vogt Galleries Texas
          • BRONZE & SIGNED BOOK, JOE GRANDEE, TEXAS B. 1929
            Jan. 19, 2019

            BRONZE & SIGNED BOOK, JOE GRANDEE, TEXAS B. 1929

            Est: $200 - $400

            (lot of 3) Bronze sculpture, 7th Cavalry Trooper, numbered 54 of 126, dated 1969, signed in the bronze Joe Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, b. 1929), also marked at the interior, 7"h, 5.5"w, 3.5"d; (1) limited edition book: "The West Still Lives, A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee, Joy Schultz, Heritage Press, 1970, book #54, autographed by Grandee on the preface page, many color illustrations, the book covers in cowhide, 12.25"h, 10.25"w, .5"d; (1) pine book stand, 7.5"h, 13"w, 9.5"d, total: 11.35lbs Start Price: $150.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • BRONZE & SIGNED BOOK, JOE GRANDEE, TEXAS B. 1929
            Dec. 08, 2018

            BRONZE & SIGNED BOOK, JOE GRANDEE, TEXAS B. 1929

            Est: $400 - $600

            (lot of 3) Bronze sculpture, 7th Cavalry Trooper, numbered 54 of 126, dated 1969, signed in the bronze Joe Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, b. 1929), also marked at the interior, 7"h, 5.5"w, 3.5"d; (1) limited edition book: "The West Still Lives, A Book Based on the Paintings and Sculpture of Joe Ruiz Grandee, Joy Schultz, Heritage Press, 1970, book #54, autographed by Grandee on the preface page, many color illustrations, the book covers in cowhide, 12.25"h, 10.25"w, .5"d; (1) pine book stand, 7.5"h, 13"w, 9.5"d, total: 11.35lbs Start Price: $300.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • Joe Grandee | Winter Silence
            Nov. 30, 2018

            Joe Grandee | Winter Silence

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            Artist: Joe Grandee | b. 1929 Title: Winter Silence Signed l/r: Joe Grandee © [cipher] Media: Watercolor on paper Dimensions: 16 by 20 inches

            Altermann Galleries
          • Joe Grandee | Roping Longhorns (desc)
            Aug. 10, 2018

            Joe Grandee | Roping Longhorns (desc)

            Est: $4,500 - $7,500

            Artist: Joe Grandee | b. 1929 Title: Roping Longhorns (desc) Signed l/r: Joe Grandee © [cipher] 1968 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 26 by 38 inches

            Altermann Galleries
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph
            Jul. 17, 2018

            Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph

            Est: $300 - $400

            Artist: Joe Ruiz Grandee, American (1929 - ) Title: Death to Long Knives Year: 1973 Medium: Lithograph, Signed in Pencil Size: 22 x 30 in. (55.88 x 76.2 cm)

            RoGallery
          • JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Scout,"
            Oct. 14, 2017

            JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Scout,"

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Scout," oil on canvas, signed L/R. 30" x 25"

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Coup is Won,"
            Oct. 14, 2017

            JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Coup is Won,"

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            JOE GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "The Coup is Won," oil on board, signed L/R. 20" x 24"

            Simpson Galleries, LLC
          • JOE GRANDEE (TEXAS, B. 1929) APACHE WARRIOR
            Aug. 27, 2017

            JOE GRANDEE (TEXAS, B. 1929) APACHE WARRIOR

            Est: $200 - $400

            Framed oil painting panel, "Apache, Yellow Headband", signed, dated 1972, lower right Joe Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, b. 1929, initialed, numbered 417, titled on verso, ,sight: overall: 11.5"h, 8.5"w, overall: 20"h, 17"w, 2.75lbs Start Price: $150.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • JOE GRANDEE (TEXAS, B. 1929) FRONTIERSMAN
            Aug. 27, 2017

            JOE GRANDEE (TEXAS, B. 1929) FRONTIERSMAN

            Est: $200 - $400

            Framed watercolor, "Frontiersman", signed at verso Joe Grandee (Joe Ruiz Grandee, Texas, b. 1929), verso numbered JG-315, signed and titled ,sight: overall: 11.25"h, 8.25"w, overall: 17.75"h, 15"w, 3.25lbs Start Price: $150.00

            Austin Auction Gallery
          • JOE RUIZ GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "Give up!"
            Nov. 13, 2016

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "Give up!"

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            JOE RUIZ GRANDEE (American/Texas b. 1929) A PAINTING, "Give up!" oil on canvas, signed L/L. 24" x 36"

            Houston Auction Company
          • Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph
            Sep. 22, 2016

            Joe Ruiz Grandee, Death to Long Knives, Lithograph

            Est: $150 - $250

            Artist: Joe Ruiz Grandee, American (1929 - ) Title: Death to Long Knives Year: 1973 Medium: Lithograph, Signed in Pencil Size: 22 x 30 in. (55.88 x 76.2 cm)

            RoGallery
          • PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN Joe Ruiz Grandee U.S. Cavalry Soldier watercolor, gouache and ink on paper 29 ¼ x 21 in. (74.2 x 53.3 cm.)
            Sep. 21, 2016

            PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN Joe Ruiz Grandee U.S. Cavalry Soldier watercolor, gouache and ink on paper 29 ¼ x 21 in. (74.2 x 53.3 cm.)

            Est: $1,000 - $2,000

            PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN Joe Ruiz Grandee (b. 1929) U.S. Cavalry Soldier signed, dated and inscribed 'To Ronald Reagan/ of the Old Time/ U.S. Cavalry/Joe Grandee/ 1965' and signed again with the artist's conjoined monogram (lower right) watercolor, gouache and ink on paper 29 ¼ x 21 in. (74.2 x 53.3 cm.) Executed in 1965.

            Christie's
          • FRANKLIN MINT GOLD MEDAL PORTFOLIO OF WESTERN ART Includes signed prints by Joe Ruiz Grandee, Donald Teague, Ray Swanson, James Reyn...
            Apr. 14, 2016

            FRANKLIN MINT GOLD MEDAL PORTFOLIO OF WESTERN ART Includes signed prints by Joe Ruiz Grandee, Donald Teague, Ray Swanson, James Reyn...

            Est: $250 - $350

            FRANKLIN MINT GOLD MEDAL PORTFOLIO OF WESTERN ART Includes signed prints by Joe Ruiz Grandee, Donald Teague, Ray Swanson, James Reynolds, Frank McCarthy, Gordon Phillips, Melvin C. Warren, Robert Summers, Joe Beeler, and John Clymer. Folio.

            Eldred's
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