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Alonzo Megargee Sold at Auction Prices

Painter, Illustrator, b. 1883 - d. 1960

Lon Megargee (1883–1960) was an American painter from Arizona. He did paintings of the Arizona landscape, Native Americans, and cowboys. His artwork is displayed at the Arizona State Capitol.

Megargee was born in 1883 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He lost his father at 13, and he spent his adolescence with his uncle, rancher Cornelius Borden, in Arizona. One of his cousins, Edwin Megargee, was a painter.

Megargee studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Los Angeles School of Art and Design


Megargee first worked on his uncle's ranch as a teenager, and later as a cowboy in Wickenburg, Arizona. He moved to Phoenix, where he was a firefighter and a police officer

Megargee did paintings of the Arizona landscape, Native Americans, and cowboys. He did 15 paintings for the newly-built Arizona State Capitol in 1913-1914, and three more in 1934. He designed advertisements for the A-1 Brewing Company in 1948-1951. He exhibited his paintings at the Grand Central Art Galleries in New York City in 1956.

Megargee was called "Arizona’s first cowboy artist" by True West Magazine.

Megargee was "married at least seven times. He resided near Sedona, Arizona with his last wife, Hermine. Megargee had a son, Larry, who lived in California.

Megargee died in 1960 in Cottonwood, Arizona, at age 77.

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            • Lon Megargee, 2 Lazy2 P
              May. 08, 2024

              Lon Megargee, 2 Lazy2 P

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) 2 Lazy2 P serigraph signed right of lower center: Lon Megargee

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee A-1 Brewing Advertising Prints (4) [179127]
              Apr. 07, 2024

              Lon Megargee A-1 Brewing Advertising Prints (4) [179127]

              Est: $500 - $600

              Lot includes a group of four framed prints displaying the works of Lon Megargee, a cowboy turned painter from Arizona (1883-1960). Each 34" x 21.5" print of his painting with textured print (38" x 24.75" including frames), is a colorful trip back into the Arizona Old West. The collection includes advertising designs he did for the A-1 Brewing Company in 1948-1951: "Cowboys Dream," "The Quartet," "Black Bart," and "The Dude Lady." The frames are sturdy wooden, stained and decorated with sisal rope (3) (one different with rope carved decoration), and have a little wear around the edges. One print, "The Quartet," is on wood and three others on cardboard. Born in Philadelphia, Penn., Megargee studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Los Angeles School of Art and Design. He was raised on his uncle's dude ranch and later was a cowboy in Wickenburg, Ariz. One of his cousins, Edwin Megargee, was a painter. His paintings are on display at the Arizona State Capitol, and Grand Central Art Galleries in New York City. He was called "Arizona's first artist," by True West Magazine. Arizona

              Holabird Western Americana
            • LON MEGARGEE "BUSTED" WOODBLOCK
              Nov. 12, 2023

              LON MEGARGEE "BUSTED" WOODBLOCK

              Est: -

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) "Busted" Woodblock Print. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. Megargee would go on to explore different mediums like printmaking which captivated him in particular. The contrast of the black and white block print method captured perfectly his interpretation of a bold American West. The first print was produced around 1921 and culminated with the creation of “The Cowboy Builds a Loop” in 1933 with 28 images and poetry by his friend, Roy George. Megargee continued producing prints throughout the 1940s and early 50s. Artist: Lon Megargee Title: "Busted" Medium: Woodblock Signature Type: Plate Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 8.875" x 10" Image Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1595

              Bradford's
            • LON MEGARGEE "THE WAR BONNET" WOODBLOCK
              Nov. 12, 2023

              LON MEGARGEE "THE WAR BONNET" WOODBLOCK

              Est: -

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) "The War Bonnet" Woodblock Print. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. Megargee would go on to explore different mediums like printmaking which captivated him in particular. The contrast of the black and white block print method captured perfectly his interpretation of a bold American West. The first print was produced around 1921 and culminated with the creation of “The Cowboy Builds a Loop” in 1933 with 28 images and poetry by his friend, Roy George. Megargee continued producing prints throughout the 1940s and early 50s. Artist: Lon Megargee Title: "The War Bonnet" Medium: Woodblock Signature Type: Plate Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 11" x 11" Image Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1595

              Bradford's
            • Lon Megargee, Self Portrait
              Nov. 10, 2023

              Lon Megargee, Self Portrait

              Est: $900 - $1,200

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) Self Portrait woodcut titled lower left: Self Portrait signed lower right: Lon Megargee

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee, Longhorns
              Nov. 10, 2023

              Lon Megargee, Longhorns

              Est: $900 - $1,200

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) Longhorns woodcut

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee Desert Landscape
              Oct. 21, 2023

              Lon Megargee Desert Landscape

              Est: $2,000 - $4,000

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Desert Landscape Oil on board Signed Lon Megargee, lower right

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee, "The Last Drop from his Stetson"
              Aug. 26, 2023

              Lon Megargee, "The Last Drop from his Stetson"

              Est: $10,000 - $15,000

              Painting

              Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
            • LON MEGARGEE "CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN" ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS LAID TOBOARD
              Apr. 30, 2023

              LON MEGARGEE "CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN" ORIGINAL OIL ON CANVAS LAID TOBOARD

              Est: -

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) "Camelback Mountain" Oil on Canvas Laid to Board. Signed Megargee on lower right, also inscribed "Lon Megargee Ariz 1916 #24" in pencil on reverse of board. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. Megargee would go on to explore different mediums like printmaking which captivated him in particular. The contrast of the black and white block print method captured perfectly his interpretation of a bold American West. The first print was produced around 1921 and culminated with the creation of “The Cowboy Builds a Loop” in 1933 with 28 images and poetry by his friend, Roy George. Megargee continued producing prints throughout the 1940s and early 50s. Artist: Lon Megargee Title: "Arizona Landscape" Medium: Oil on Board Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 9.5" x 12.5" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1803

              Bradford's
            • Lon Megargee, The Cowboy Builds A Loop, 1944
              Mar. 15, 2023

              Lon Megargee, The Cowboy Builds A Loop, 1944

              Est: $200 - $400

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) The Cowboy Builds A Loop, 1944 woodblock portfolio each titled in plate lower left: Burros/Taos Pueblo/The Bronc/Westward Ho/Apaches/The Shrine/Siesta/The Dance/Cuernavaca/The Drum/Wild Horses/The Trapper/Busted/La Paloma/War Bonnett/Lone Cowboy each signed in plate lower right: Lon Megargee

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • LON MEGARGEE WESTWARD HO WOODBLOCK PRINT
              Feb. 24, 2023

              LON MEGARGEE WESTWARD HO WOODBLOCK PRINT

              Est: $400 - $600

              8" by 8" framed. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. In his youth, he worked as a free-lance cowboy, exhibition roper, poker dealer, and bronco buster in Arizona, and then went east again to study art in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and to New York at the Art Students League and Pratt Institute. He returned to Arizona, living in Cave Creek, Salt River Canyon, Phoenix and the last years of his life near Sedona. His Phoenix home later became a popular hotel and dining place called the Hermosa Inn. Megargee was a ranch owner and also did oil canvases of the places he loved and the cowboy life he admired. By 1910, he was among the earliest resident artists, and was probably the best known artist in Arizona. His name was first associated with a landscape series of 15 large murals for the Capitol Building, newly constructed just after Arizona became a state in 1912. Another one of his paintings, Elemental, was the first painting by an artist living in Arizona to be acquired for the Municipal Collection of Phoenix. These works were chosen from entries in the State Fair, where he continued to win prizes for figure and landscape painting. From 1911 to 1953, he did numerous commission works for the Santa Fe Railroad, including a work titled Navajos Watching a Santa Fe Train. Between 1915 and 1930, he also painted in the Los Angeles area of California and had entries in the California State Fair. He died in Cottonwood, Arizona. After his death, the Saturday Evening Post had a double-page reproduction of his painting Cowboy's Dream.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • Lon Megargee Saloon Giclee
              Jan. 29, 2023

              Lon Megargee Saloon Giclee

              Est: -

              Art Measure: 33w x 21h Frame Measure: 37w x 25h This Lon Megargee Saloon Giclee is an amazing piece of art with a unique design. It is ingood condition with wear commensurate with its age, making it a great addition to any home or office. It is sure to bring a touch of class and sophistication to any space.

              Monarch Auction and Estate Services
            • LON MEGARGEE WOODBLOCK PRINT INTERLUDE
              Jan. 28, 2023

              LON MEGARGEE WOODBLOCK PRINT INTERLUDE

              Est: $250 - $350

              Possibly a Woodblock Print or a Monotype. Title is "Interlude?". 16" by 20" framed. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. In his youth, he worked as a free-lance cowboy, exhibition roper, poker dealer, and bronco buster in Arizona, and then went east again to study art in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and to New York at the Art Students League and Pratt Institute. He returned to Arizona, living in Cave Creek, Salt River Canyon, Phoenix and the last years of his life near Sedona. His Phoenix home later became a popular hotel and dining place called the Hermosa Inn. Megargee was a ranch owner and also did oil canvases of the places he loved and the cowboy life he admired. By 1910, he was among the earliest resident artists, and was probably the best known artist in Arizona. His name was first associated with a landscape series of 15 large murals for the Capitol Building, newly constructed just after Arizona became a state in 1912. Another one of his paintings, Elemental, was the first painting by an artist living in Arizona to be acquired for the Municipal Collection of Phoenix. These works were chosen from entries in the State Fair, where he continued to win prizes for figure and landscape painting. From 1911 to 1953, he did numerous commission works for the Santa Fe Railroad, including a work titled Navajos Watching a Santa Fe Train. Between 1915 and 1930, he also painted in the Los Angeles area of California and had entries in the California State Fair. He died in Cottonwood, Arizona. After his death, the Saturday Evening Post had a double-page reproduction of his painting Cowboy's Dream.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • Lon Megargee Polo
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Lon Megargee Polo

              Est: $300 - $500

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Polo Woodblock on paper  ed. of approx. 500 Signed in pencil Lon Megargee, lower right Initialed in the plate LM, lower right. Titled in pencil, lower left. Mitchell Brown Fine Art Inc. tag, verso.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee The Trapper
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Lon Megargee The Trapper

              Est: $300 - $500

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) The Trapper Woodblock on paper  ed. of approx. 500 Signed in the plate Lon Megargee ©, upper right Mitchell Brown Fine Art Inc. tag, verso.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee Interlude
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Lon Megargee Interlude

              Est: $300 - $500

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Interlude Lithograph on paper Signed in the plate © Lon Megargee, lower right Titled in pencil, lower left. Mitchell Brown Fine Art Inc. tag, verso.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee Siesta
              Oct. 22, 2022

              Lon Megargee Siesta

              Est: $300 - $500

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Siesta, c. 1920s Woodblock on paper Unsigned "M" printed in the plate, lower right. Mitchell Brown Fine Art Inc. tag, verso.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • LON MEGARGEE "Camelback Mountain" (1916 Oil)
              Oct. 22, 2022

              LON MEGARGEE "Camelback Mountain" (1916 Oil)

              Est: $1,000 - $3,000

              Lon Megargee (Arizona/ Pennsylvania, 1883-1960) Camelback Mountain, 1916 Oil on board-mounted canvas 9" x 12" Signed and dated to the bottom right corner. Signed in pencil on the back of the artist board: "Lon Megargee Ariz 1916." Presented in a frame that measures 12" x 15 1/4". Provenance: Acquired from Joe Wade Fine Art (Santa Fe) in 1991.

              Circle Auction
            • Lon Megargee The Federales
              Apr. 23, 2022

              Lon Megargee The Federales

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) The Federales Casein on board Unsigned Framed in signature circle M logo frame. COA from Lon Megargee Fine Art Estate signed by Michael Collier and dated November 9, 2016, verso. Titled on frame plaque.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee, Hopi Medicine Man
              Mar. 11, 2022

              Lon Megargee, Hopi Medicine Man

              Est: $200 - $400

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) Hopi Medicine Man block print signed in the plate lower right: LON / MEGARGEE / ©

              Santa Fe Art Auction
            • 2 Lawrence (Lon) Megargee block prints
              Feb. 12, 2022

              2 Lawrence (Lon) Megargee block prints

              Est: $150 - $250

              Lawrence (Lon) Alonzo Megargee (1883-1960) 1). ''Polo''- woodblock, signed and titled in pencil. 11 x 9''. This print was included in the 1933 portfolio 'Cowboy Builds a Loop'; 2). ''Burros''- woodblock, signed and titled in pencil. 12 x 10''; together with 4 woodblock prints after Megargee.

              Rachel Davis Fine Arts
            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Woodblock Print
              Oct. 16, 2021

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Woodblock Print

              Est: -

              Titled: Wild Horse Race // Measurements: Frame 21 In. X 23 In. Art 13 In. X 15 In. // In Good Condition. (24) Gh

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • LON MEGARGEE "THE GAMBLERS" WOODBLOCK
              Sep. 12, 2021

              LON MEGARGEE "THE GAMBLERS" WOODBLOCK

              Est: -

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) "The Gamblers" Woodblock. Image depicting cowboy card players and features an original pencil signature on the lower right corner. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. Megargee would go on to explore different mediums like printmaking which captivated him in particular. The contrast of the black and white block print method captured perfectly his interpretation of a bold American West. The first print was produced around 1921 and culminated with the creation of “The Cowboy Builds a Loop” in 1933 with 28 images and poetry by his friend, Roy George. Megargee continued producing prints throughout the 1940s and early 50s. Artist: Lon Megargee Title: "The Gamblers" Medium: Woodblock Signature Type: Pencil Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 12x20 in. Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1175

              Bradford's
            • LON MEGARGEE (1883-1960) NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING
              Aug. 28, 2021

              LON MEGARGEE (1883-1960) NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING

              Est: $1,500 - $3,000

              Framed oil on canvas painting, "The Song of the Flute," signed lower right L. Megargee (Alonzo [Lon] Megargee III, American, 1883-1960), titled verso, sight: 17.5"h, 27.5"w, overall: 22"h, 32"w, 4.5lbs Start Price: $1,000.00

              Austin Auction Gallery
            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Block Print On Paper
              Jun. 18, 2021

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Block Print On Paper

              Est: -

              Titled: The War Bonnet. Signed On The Lower Right Corner. Measures Approximately 32.5in X 18.75in. Print Measures Approximately 11.25in X 11.5in. 24 Ja

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Woodblock Print
              Jun. 18, 2021

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Woodblock Print

              Est: -

              Medium: Wood Block Print // Print Signed Bottom Left // Measurements: Art 11 In. X 10 In. Frame 23 In. X 19 In. // (24)

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) The Gamblers
              Jun. 18, 2021

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) The Gamblers

              Est: -

              Medium: Woodblock Print On Paper // Pencil Signed Bottom Right // Measurements: Art 14 In. X 20.5 In. Frame 23 In. X 30 In. // From The Estate Of Fran And Ed Elliot // (24)

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Lon Megargee ''Native Portrait'' 1911 Oil
              Mar. 18, 2021

              Lon Megargee ''Native Portrait'' 1911 Oil

              Est: $1,000 - $2,000

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960 American) ''Native Portrait'' 1911 Oil on Canvas 20''x16'' Image. An early Southwest Indian profile with silver necklace. Signed and dated l.r. Gilt carved framing 24''x20''. A few small scratches near borders. Overall excellent condition.

              MBA Seattle Auction LLC
            • Lon Megargee (PA,CA,AZ,1883-1960) oil painting
              Aug. 09, 2020

              Lon Megargee (PA,CA,AZ,1883-1960) oil painting

              Est: $1,900 - $2,100

              ARTIST: Lawrence Anthony Lawrie Megargee (Pennsylvania, California, Arizona, 1883 - 1960) NAME: Landscape - Pines and Rabbit Brush (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 6 1/2 x 8 inches / 17 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Ed Edmund Paul Jr Mell, James Swinnerton, Maynard Dixon, Bror Nordfeldt, Marjorie Jane Reed, Michael Coleman, Ramon Kelley, Bob Scriver, Frederic Remington, David Dave Powell, Harry Andrew Jackson, William Leigh, Ray Swanson, Paul Grimm, Olaf Carl Seltzer, Joe De Yong CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116654 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $29 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lon Megargee, at age 13, ran away from his upper class home and went West in 1896 led by his zest for the wild and adventuresome life. There he established a reputation as a cowboy painter and illustrator with work most associated with Arizona Brewing Company ads featuring humorous aspects of cowboy life. In his youth, he worked as a free-lance cowboy, exhibition roper, poker dealer, and bronco buster in Arizona, and then went east again to study art in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and to New York at the Art Students League and Pratt Institute. He returned to Arizona, living in Cave Creek, Salt River Canyon, Phoenix and the last years of his life near Sedona. His Phoenix home later became a popular hotel and dining place called the Hermosa Inn. Megargee was a ranch owner and also did oil canvases of the places he loved and the cowboy life he admired. By 1910, he was among the earliest resident artists, and was probably the best known artist in Arizona. His name was first associated with a landscape series of 15 large murals for the Capitol Building, newly constructed just after Arizona became a state in 1912. Another one of his paintings, Elemental, was the first painting by an artist living in Arizona to be acquired for the Municipal Collection of Phoenix. These works were chosen from entries in the State Fair, where he continued to win prizes for figure and landscape painting. From 1911 to 1953, he did numerous commission works for the Santa Fe Railroad, including a work titled Navajos Watching a Santa Fe Train. Between 1915 and 1930, he also painted in the Los Angeles area of California and had entries in the California State Fair. He died in Cottonwood, Arizona. After his death, the Saturday Evening Post had a double-page reproduction of his painting Cowboy's Dream.

              Broward Auction Gallery LLC
            • Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Heading West Oil on Masonite 14-3/4 x 58-1/2
              Jul. 01, 2020

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Heading West Oil on Masonite 14-3/4 x 58-1/2

              Est: $6,000 - $8,000

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Heading West Oil on Masonite 14-3/4 x 58-1/2 inches (37.5 x 148.6 cm) Signed lower right: Lon Megargee PROVENANCE: Private collection, Colorado. Lon Megargee was born in Philadelphia and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. Despite his east coast roots, Megargee was a cowboy at heart. At age thirteen he made his first trip to Arizona and by age sixteen he was ready to try his hand as a rancher. After a major drought ended his ranching ambitions, he pursued his career as a painter and became the first acclaimed cowboy artist of Arizona . With great fortune, Megargee sold his first oil painting to the Santa Fe Railroad, who would be his most important client for the remainder of his career. In 1913, a year after statehood, the State Capitol Building in Phoenix commissioned Megargee to paint fifteen monumental murals that would launch his career and make him a notable figure in the western art world. After spending several years in Los Angeles working as an art director at Paramount Studios, Megargee turned to illustration working for Western magazines in the 20's. Heading West exhibits Megargee's romanticized ideals of the American West. A trapper in discussion with cowboys takes center stage set against the mesas with the postal express racing in from one direction and pioneers making their way in from the opposite direction. This composition highlights Megargee's abilities in design, color and line; the very elements which made him an ideal painter of murals and illustration and a beloved artist in the West. HID01801242017

              Heritage Auctions
            • Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Indian Portraits (Three Works) Oil on board,
              Jul. 01, 2020

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Indian Portraits (Three Works) Oil on board,

              Est: $12,000 - $18,000

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) Indian Portraits (Three Works) Oil on board, each 8 x 6-5/8 inches (20.3 x 16.8 cm) (each) Each signed along the lower edge: L. Megargee PROVENANCE: Private collection, Arizona. HID01801242017

              Heritage Auctions
            • ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD
              May. 17, 2020

              ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE (AMER, 1883-1960), OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD, H 10.75", L 14.75", "YOUNG INDIAN" An oil on artist's board titled "Young Indian" by Lon Megargee. Artist's signature to the lower right. Provenance: Youn Gallery (Scottsdale, AZ) circa 1980. Belonging to Donald Flax, by descent to his daughter (Ann Arbor, MI), inscribed in graphite to verso.

              DuMouchelles
            • Lon Megargee At Granite Reef
              Apr. 04, 2020

              Lon Megargee At Granite Reef

              Est: $2,000 - $4,000

              Lon Megargee (American, 1883-1960) At Granite Reef 1915 Initialed and dated L.M. 1915, lower right; Titled on tag, verso of frame.

              Larsen Art Auction
            • Lon Megargee, (1883-1960 Cottonwood, AZ), Native American seated with a drum, 1917, Mixed media on board, 20" H x 16" W
              Mar. 15, 2020

              Lon Megargee, (1883-1960 Cottonwood, AZ), Native American seated with a drum, 1917, Mixed media on board, 20" H x 16" W

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960 Cottonwood, AZ) Native American seated with a drum, 1917 Mixed media on board Signed, dated and with artist's device lower right: L. Megargee 20" H x 16" W

              John Moran Auctioneers
            • ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD
              Feb. 16, 2020

              ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD

              Est: $4,000 - $6,000

              ALONZO (LON) MEGARGEE (AMER, 1883-1960), OIL ON ARTIST'S BOARD, H 10.75", L 14.75", "YOUNG INDIAN" An oil on artist's board titled "Young Indian" by Lon Megargee. Artist's signature to the lower right. Provenance: Youn Gallery (Scottsdale, AZ) circa 1980. Belonging to Donald Flax, by descent to his daughter (Ann Arbor, MI), inscribed in graphite to verso.

              DuMouchelles
            • Lon Megargee "Woman in Blue" Pastel on Paper
              Jan. 05, 2020

              Lon Megargee "Woman in Blue" Pastel on Paper

              Est: -

              Lon Megargee (1883 - 1960) Artist: Lon Megargee Title: "Woman in Blue" Medium: Pastel on Paper Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 30x24 in. Keywords: Portrait Artwork, Art;     Ref: BD1004

              Bradford's
            • Lon Megargee, (1883-1960 Los Angeles, CA), Portrait of an American Indian, Oil on canvas laid to board, 8.5" H x 7" W
              Sep. 08, 2019

              Lon Megargee, (1883-1960 Los Angeles, CA), Portrait of an American Indian, Oil on canvas laid to board, 8.5" H x 7" W

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960 Los Angeles, CA) Portrait of an American Indian Oil on canvas laid to board Signed lower right: L. Megargee 8.5" H x 7" W

              John Moran Auctioneers
            • 2 Lon Megargee Western Prints
              Jul. 23, 2019

              2 Lon Megargee Western Prints

              Est: -

              "Saturday Night on the Ranch" and "Home on the Range" Framed Prints by Lon Megargee. ca 1950. Both Measure Approximately 18" x 16". [ZIE 318]

              Pace & Hong Auctions, LLC
            • LON MEGARGEE (United States, 1883-1960) oil on boa
              Jul. 15, 2019

              LON MEGARGEE (United States, 1883-1960) oil on boa

              Est: $2,000 - $3,000

              LON MEGARGEE (United States, 1883-1960) oil on board, "The Navajo," a portrait. Signed lower right, titled verso. Image measures 14" x 11". In a period wood frame; 17.75" x 14.75" overall.

              O'Gallerie
            • (2) Framed Lon Megargee A-1 Beer Lithographs
              Feb. 02, 2019

              (2) Framed Lon Megargee A-1 Beer Lithographs

              Est: -

              Largest Frame Measures Approximately 18”x26”. Good Overall Used Condition. Tm5066

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Lon Megargee A-1 Beer Embellished Art Print
              Feb. 02, 2019

              Lon Megargee A-1 Beer Embellished Art Print

              Est: -

              Frame measures approximately 19”x28.5”. Good overall used condition. Tm5066

              EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
            • Vintage Lon Megargee Embellished A-1 Beer Print
              Feb. 02, 2019

              Vintage Lon Megargee Embellished A-1 Beer Print

              Est: -

              "the Quartet" Originally Titled " Poker Flats". Scratches Present On The Lower Mid And Right Corner, Used Condition. Measures Approximately 26" X 38". Print Measures Approximately 21" X 33". Tm5066

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            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) A stable of horses 30 x 36in overall: 34 x 40in
              Nov. 19, 2018

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) A stable of horses 30 x 36in overall: 34 x 40in

              Est: $5,000 - $7,000

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) A stable of horses signed 'Lon Megargee' (lower right)oil on board30 x 36inoverall: 34 x 40in Provenance: Probably acquired from the artist, Paradise Valley, Arizona, circa 1950s.Thence by family descent to the present owners.

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            • LON MEGARGEE (AMERICAN 1883-1960) PAINTING
              Oct. 24, 2018

              LON MEGARGEE (AMERICAN 1883-1960) PAINTING

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Lon Megargee (American 1883-1960) Painting. Size: Framed: 17" H x 8" W x 1.5" D; Sight: 14.5" H x 5.5" W

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            • LON MEGARGEE (AMERICAN 1883-1960) PAINTING
              Oct. 10, 2018

              LON MEGARGEE (AMERICAN 1883-1960) PAINTING

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Lon Megargee (American 1883-1960) Painting. Size: Framed: 17" H x 8" W x 1.5" D; Sight: 14.5" H x 5.5" W

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            • Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Panning for gold (The prospector) 20 x 16in overall: 22 1/2 x 18 1/2in US$ 6,000 - 8,000
              Aug. 07, 2018

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Panning for gold (The prospector) 20 x 16in overall: 22 1/2 x 18 1/2in US$ 6,000 - 8,000

              Est: $6,000 - $8,000

              Lon Megargee (1883-1960) Panning for gold (The prospector) signed 'LON MEGARGEE' (lower right)oil on board20 x 16inoverall: 22 1/2 x 18 1/2in

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            • Lon Megargee Western Cowboy Art Print
              Jul. 07, 2018

              Lon Megargee Western Cowboy Art Print

              Est: -

              A1 advertising. In used condition. Frame Measures approximately 28” x 40.5” and print Measures approximately 21.5” x 34”. Mp18046

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            • 1933 ‘ The Cowboy Builds A Loop’ Book 1st Edition
              May. 12, 2018

              1933 ‘ The Cowboy Builds A Loop’ Book 1st Edition

              Est: -

              Text By Roy George, Pictures By Lon Megargee. Heavy Wear From Age, Some Staining. Tm4572

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