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b. 1919 - d. 2002

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    • Bud Helbig Montana Cowboy Pencil Drawing
      Jan. 27, 2024

      Bud Helbig Montana Cowboy Pencil Drawing

      Est: $75 - $125

      17 5/8" by 20 7/8" framed. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic. He died in 2002.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting
      Jan. 26, 2024

      Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting

      Est: $75 - $125

      17" by 20" framed. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting
      Jan. 26, 2024

      Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting

      Est: $75 - $125

      17" by 20" framed. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting
      Nov. 25, 2023

      Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting

      Est: $50 - $75

      17" by 20" framed. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting
      Nov. 25, 2023

      Bud Helbig Montana Watercolor Painting

      Est: $50 - $75

      17" by 20" framed. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic.

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig (1919-2002) Herefords 6 x 8 in. framed 10 x 12 in. (Painted circa 1985.)
      Nov. 07, 2023

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002) Herefords 6 x 8 in. framed 10 x 12 in. (Painted circa 1985.)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002) Herefords signed 'Bud Helbig CA' (lower left) oil on Masonite 6 x 8 in. framed 10 x 12 in. Painted circa 1985.

      Bonhams
    • BUD HELBIG MONTANA COWBOY PENCIL DRAWING
      Jul. 28, 2023

      BUD HELBIG MONTANA COWBOY PENCIL DRAWING

      Est: $200 - $300

      26 1/8" by 19 1/2" in matte. Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) was active/lived in Montana. Bud Helbig is known for Cowboy genre, sculpture. A traditional or realist painter of contemporary scenes of the American West, he was honored by election to the Cowboy Artists of America in 1972. He was born in Butte, Montana, and from 1969, lived in Kalispell. From the time he was a child, he wanted to be both a working cowboy and an artist, and the former role he assumed as a youngster growing up on a horse ranch in western Montana. There were no art schools in Montana, so he enrolled in a Federal Art School correspondence course, which increased his interest in art. He worked as a bridge builder for the Milwaukee Railroad to earn money for further study and then went to art schools in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. This schooling was interrupted by several years in the military during World War II followed by living in Chicago, where he attended the American Academy of Art. He studied there with Bill Mosby and worked as a commercial illustrator. He stayed in contact with his friends in the West through frequent return trips and finally moved back to Montana, where he became a full-time fine artist of all mediums except acrylic. He died in 2002. Allard Auction Collection Inv: HUY

      Davis Brothers Auction
    • Bud Helbig, Horse & Foal, 1972
      May. 18, 2023

      Bud Helbig, Horse & Foal, 1972

      Est: $300 - $600

      Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) Horse & Foal, 1972 watercolor on paper signed and dated lower right: Bud Helbig 72 / CA

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Bud Helbig, Milk Cows Ain't All Bad, 1977
      May. 18, 2023

      Bud Helbig, Milk Cows Ain't All Bad, 1977

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Bud Helbig (1919 - 2002) Milk Cows Ain't All Bad, 1977 oil on panel signed and dated lower right: Bud Helbig CA © 1977

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Bud Helbig Horse in Field Watercolor Painting
      May. 16, 2023

      Bud Helbig Horse in Field Watercolor Painting

      Est: $200 - $400

      Erwin E. "Bud" Helbig (American, 1919-2002). Watercolor on paper painting depicting a horse in a field. Signed along the lower left. Provenance: Distinguished corporate collection, Minnesota.

      Revere Auctions
    • Bud Helbig "Open Country" Cowboys Oil on Canvas
      May. 16, 2023

      Bud Helbig "Open Country" Cowboys Oil on Canvas

      Est: $400 - $800

      Erwin E. "Bud" Helbig (American, 1919-2002). Oil on canvas painting titled "Open Country" depicting three cowboys and their horses overlooking the open countryside. Signed along the lower right. Provenance: Distinguished corporate collection, Minnesota.

      Revere Auctions
    • Bud Helbig Horse & Foal Watercolor Painting
      Jan. 25, 2023

      Bud Helbig Horse & Foal Watercolor Painting

      Est: $200 - $400

      Erwin E. "Bud" Helbig (American, 1919-2002). Watercolor on paper painting depicting a horse and her foal. Signed along the lower left. Provenance: Distinguished Corporate Collection, Minnesota.

      Revere Auctions
    • BUD HELBIG WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
      Jan. 18, 2022

      BUD HELBIG WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

      Est: $200 - $300

      BUD HELBIG (Montana, 1919-2002) watercolor on paper, "In the Money," rodeo bull rider. Signed lower left. Image measures 9.75" x 13.75". In a wood frame; 20.25" x 24.25" overall.

      O'Gallerie
    • BUD HELBIG (AMERICAN, 1919-2002)
      Aug. 20, 2021

      BUD HELBIG (AMERICAN, 1919-2002)

      Est: $50 - $100

      BUD HELBIG (AMERICAN, 1919-2002) Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Close format image of three men roping a calf, a herd of onlookers against the corral fence behind them. Matted behind glass, raw wooden frame. Sight: 7" height, 9.75" width; frame: 16" height, 19" width

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • Bud Helbig
      Jun. 19, 2021

      Bud Helbig

      Est: $300 - $500

      (Montana, 1919-2002) Watercolor titled, "The Way It Was." Nicely rendered example and with its original gallery sale label on verso. H8" W10" without mat and frame Sold from the collection of a private Buckhead lady, Atlanta, Georgia.

      Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers
    • Bud Helbig The Baby Sitter
      Apr. 17, 2021

      Bud Helbig The Baby Sitter

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      Bud Helbig (American, 1919-2002) The Baby Sitter, 1985 Bronze on wood base ed. 7 of 35 Engraved Bud Helbig CA © 1985, back Dimensions include base. Titled on plaque on base.

      Larsen Art Auction
    • Bud Helbig (1919-2002 Montana) ''Long Legs Short Grass'' 1977 Bronze Sculpture 7''x8''. A western sculpture of a horse. Signed and numbered 12 of 24 edition with Powell Foundry mark. Excellent condition.
      Mar. 05, 2020

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002 Montana) ''Long Legs Short Grass'' 1977 Bronze Sculpture 7''x8''. A western sculpture of a horse. Signed and numbered 12 of 24 edition with Powell Foundry mark. Excellent condition.

      Est: $300 - $600

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002 Montana) ''Long Legs Short Grass'' 1977 Bronze Sculpture 7''x8''. A western sculpture of a horse. Signed and numbered 12 of 24 edition with Powell Foundry mark. Excellent condition.

      MBA Seattle Auction LLC
    • Bud Helbig, watercolor
      Mar. 16, 2018

      Bud Helbig, watercolor

      Est: $600 - $900

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002)(CA) Team Roping 12 ½" x 21 watercolor Signed lower right, CA $600-900

      March In Montana
    • Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills
      Jan. 27, 2018

      Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      A Test of Wills

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills
      Nov. 05, 2017

      Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills

      Est: $500 - $700

      A Test of Wills (bronze sculpture, 16" x 9" x 6")

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills
      Aug. 27, 2017

      Bud Helbig - A Test of Wills

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      A Test of Wills (bronze sculpture, 16" x 9" x 6")

      Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
    • Bud Helbig (1919-2002) Western Watercolor
      Oct. 28, 2016

      Bud Helbig (1919-2002) Western Watercolor

      Est: $300 - $500

      Artist: Bud Helbig; Title: Untitled; Medium: Watercolor on paper; Year or Era Produced: 20th century; Signature: Lower right; Sight Area Approximate Measurement: 14.5" x 10.5"; Frame Approximate Measurement: 21.25" x 17.25" x 1"; Approximate Weight: 3.11 Lbs; Frame: Wooden frame, double matted under glass

      J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
    • E. E. Bud Helbig (1919-2002), When You Need a Friend
      Mar. 16, 2013

      E. E. Bud Helbig (1919-2002), When You Need a Friend

      Est: $3,000 - $4,000

      oil on canvas

      C.M. Russell Museum
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