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b. 1929 - d. 2021

Gregory Perillo plates are created by a world-leading painter and sculptor. He is best known for his detailed studies and depictions of Native Americans as well as wildlife and Western landscapes. Growing up poor helped to enhance his creativity and resourcefulness, and after serving in World War II, he attended Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts, and the Art Students League. Perillo oil paintings have been reproduced using lithographs, giclee canvas, and other media. The value 

Gregory Perillo plates can be found in museums and private and corporate collections in and around the United States. The value of Perillo's collector plates continues to increase, making them highly sought after. Today, he still lives on Staten Island where he grew up, and his portrait paintings, which display his diverse portfolio ranging from minute to megalithic, aid in changing the lives of many who have been touched by his charitable nature. Find engaging portrait paintings for sale, including wildlife and landscapes, at auction and online.

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        • Gregory Perillo (NY,1929-2021) oil painting
          Feb. 11, 2024

          Gregory Perillo (NY,1929-2021) oil painting

          Est: $475 - $625

          ARTIST: Gregory Perillo (New York, 1929 - 2021) TITLE: Indian Girl - Crow (titled on sctretcher) YEAR: 1987 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Minor scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Normal wear to frame. ART SIZE: 30 x 30 inches / 76 x 76 cm FRAME SIZE: 37 x 37 inches / 93 x 93 cm SIGNATURE: lower right ATTENTION: This lot is located at our Mamaroneck, NY office. CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART WANTED: Consign, Trade In, Cash Offer SKU#: 131772 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Gregory Perillo is one of today's most respected and renowned American Western artists. His powerfully dramatic, emotional depictions of Native Americans and early settlers, as well as Western landscapes and wildlife, have made him one of America's leading painters and sculptors. Born in Greenwich Village, Perillo moved to Staten Island, New York, at age two and has lived there his entire life. Poverty stricken as a boy, he was forced to use as canvases the paper bags ironed by his mother and his first medium was coffee. His earliest impressions of the American West came from his father, an immigrant, who was studying American History. As a youngster, Perillo studied the works of the masters of American Western art, spending much of his time at the American Indian exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After serving in the Navy in World War II, through the GI bill he began his formal art education. He attended the Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League. Interestingly, Perillo's most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master William Robinson Leigh. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only known pupil, for several years. Since then, Perillo has often traveled to Native American lands, where he has spent time studying the culture and customs as well as sketching the people and scenery of the American West. Today, Gregory Perillo's artwork hangs in hundreds of private and corporate collections, galleries and museums throughout the United States. Starting in the 1980s, his paintings have been reproduced in many different mediums, from giclee canvas art, lithographs and limited editions collectibles. No living American artist has enjoyed greater market success. It appears that Perillo's range is boundless. He paints canvases from miniature size to murals. Sculptures range from six inches to fourteen feet. For the past two decades, Gregory Perillo had dedicated himself to philanthropic work, including donating his time and talents to the New York City Public School system, the Boy Scouts of America, American Parkinson Disease Association, 9/11 charities and many other charitable and humanitarian causes. The Perillo family and associates are excited to offer you the opportunity to purchase a diverse portfolio of artwork from western, landscapes, wildlife, children, sports figures and ecclesiastical genres. These offerings have all been reproduced with state of the art technology and the finest materials available today. Many of these purchases will benefit the charities that are close and dear to Perillo's heart.

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        • Gregory Perillo (NY,1929-2021) oil painting
          Feb. 11, 2024

          Gregory Perillo (NY,1929-2021) oil painting

          Est: $475 - $625

          ARTIST: Gregory Perillo (New York, 1929 - 2021) TITLE: Sioux Indian Man - Crazy Horse (titled on stretcher) MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Overall good. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 18 x 24 inches / 45 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 22 x 28 inches / 55 x 71 cm SIGNATURE: lower right ATTENTION: This lot is located at our Mamaroneck, NY office. CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART WANTED: Consign, Trade In, Cash Offer SKU#: 131773 US Shipping $75 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Gregory Perillo is one of today's most respected and renowned American Western artists. His powerfully dramatic, emotional depictions of Native Americans and early settlers, as well as Western landscapes and wildlife, have made him one of America's leading painters and sculptors. Born in Greenwich Village, Perillo moved to Staten Island, New York, at age two and has lived there his entire life. Poverty stricken as a boy, he was forced to use as canvases the paper bags ironed by his mother and his first medium was coffee. His earliest impressions of the American West came from his father, an immigrant, who was studying American History. As a youngster, Perillo studied the works of the masters of American Western art, spending much of his time at the American Indian exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After serving in the Navy in World War II, through the GI bill he began his formal art education. He attended the Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League. Interestingly, Perillo's most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master William Robinson Leigh. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only known pupil, for several years. Since then, Perillo has often traveled to Native American lands, where he has spent time studying the culture and customs as well as sketching the people and scenery of the American West. Today, Gregory Perillo's artwork hangs in hundreds of private and corporate collections, galleries and museums throughout the United States. Starting in the 1980s, his paintings have been reproduced in many different mediums, from giclee canvas art, lithographs and limited editions collectibles. No living American artist has enjoyed greater market success. It appears that Perillo's range is boundless. He paints canvases from miniature size to murals. Sculptures range from six inches to fourteen feet. For the past two decades, Gregory Perillo had dedicated himself to philanthropic work, including donating his time and talents to the New York City Public School system, the Boy Scouts of America, American Parkinson Disease Association, 9/11 charities and many other charitable and humanitarian causes. The Perillo family and associates are excited to offer you the opportunity to purchase a diverse portfolio of artwork from western, landscapes, wildlife, children, sports figures and ecclesiastical genres. These offerings have all been reproduced with state of the art technology and the finest materials available today. Many of these purchases will benefit the charities that are close and dear to Perillo's heart.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Gregory Perillo, American (1927-1921) Paintings, Oil in Canvas
          Sep. 10, 2023

          Gregory Perillo, American (1927-1921) Paintings, Oil in Canvas

          Est: $150 - $200

          Gregory Perillo, American (1927-1921) Oil on Canvas. Signed Lower Middle. "Eskimo Wolf". In Original Frame Along w/ Gregory Perillo Signed Lithograph. "Snow Pals". Signed Lower Right & Numbered 457/500. Framed Under Glass. Has Not Been Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Generally Very Good. Dimensions: "Eskimo Wolf"-Sight-30" x 24.5". Frame-34.75" x 28.75". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

          World Auction Gallery
        • GREGORY PERILLO COWBOY PAINTING
          Jul. 28, 2023

          GREGORY PERILLO COWBOY PAINTING

          Est: $600 - $800

          35" by 40" framed. Gregory Perillo (1927 - 2021) was active/lived in New York, Florida. Gregory Perillo is known for Western genre, animal, sports, military and Indian portrait painting, sculpture. Following is an obituary of Gregory Perillo, compiled and submitted by the Perillo and Javaruski Families. WORLD RENOWNED ARTIST, SCULPTOR & PHILANTHROPIST GREGORY PERILLO (AKA CRAZY HORSE) PASSES AWAY March 10, 2021 Clearwater, Flordida World renowned artist and sculptor, Gregory Perillo, the last of the great American Western and Native American artists of the 20th century, passed away at his home in Clearwater, Florida, two days before his 94th birthday, surrounded by his loving family. His health had been declining during the last few months, but he still painted every day until 10 days ago. Mr. Perillo was born in Greenwich Village, NYC, on March 12, 1927, to Italian immigrant parents, Gregorio and Antionette Perillo (deceased). He moved to Staten Island at two years old and remained there until 2017 when he and his wife, Mary, moved to Clearwater, Florida to be close to their family. He grew up during the great depression and was poverty stricken as a boy. His interest in art began at age 4. Perillo’s affinity with Native Americans dates back to his boyhood days. His father, who avidly studied American History, entertained him with tales of the American West and the Indian Wars. As he listened, he would take a brush, dip it in espresso, and draw on brown paper bags that his mother ironed for him. Perillo and his father would visit museums and art galleries throughout NYC, especially the American Indian exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History. The initial introduction grew into reverence through Perillo’s own reading and research, studying the customs, history and plight of the Native Americans. Greg attended P.S. 29 and McKee High School. A World War II veteran, he enlisted in the U. S. Navy at 17 years old and served in the South Pacific aboard the "U.S.S. Storm King" (AP-171), (his rendering of ‘Storm King is a part of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans). Upon returning from the war, he obtained his GED and attended the Leonardo da Vinci School of Art, a private institution for Italian Americans in Manhattan, for a year and a half. He then worked in the garment industry by day and attended evening art classes at Pratt Institute, The School of Visual Arts and The Art Students League of New York for his formal art education, using his benefits from the G.I. Bill. Perillo’s most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Sedona, Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master artist, William Robinson Leigh, one of the three most celebrated Western artists of the last century. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only private student, for several years. Perillo would spend countless hours at the Grand Central Art Galleries in N.Y.C., studying Leigh’s paintings. He would also visit Leigh’s studio on West 57th Street. Leigh inspired Perillo and their relationship would continue until Leigh’s death five years later in 1955. In 1947, he met and married the love of his life, Mary Venditti Perillo. They remained together for 73 years, until his death. He called her Wonder Woman and credited his success to her love, understanding and unwavering support. They became parents to two children, a daughter, Annette, and son, Stephen. Starting in the 1960s, Mr. Perillo’s artwork gained acclaim in many prestigious galleries throughout the country, including Wally Findlay Galleries in New York, Paris, France and Palm Beach, Florida; La Petite Gallery, Mandel, Norway; Chamisa Gallery, Taos, New Mexico; Overland Trail Galleries, Jacobson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona; Empire Art Gallery, Empire, Colorado and the Pritshard Gallery in Houston, Texas to name a few. Mr. Perillo’s artwork is presently in the permanent collections of 25 museums across the country. Over the years, he has been the recipient of many, many awards for his artwork and honored for his philanthropy. One of the proudest moments in his career was when he presented his painting, The Cowboy and His Lady, of President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy, to them in October 1981. This painting is now in the permanent collection of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum in Simi Valley, California. In June 1983, Perillo traveled to Berlin, West Germany to open his two-month long exhibition at the Hotel Steingenberger Gallery. On display were 45 paintings from his collection. The event was a part of the tricentennial celebration taking place in West Germany to commemorate American-German ties dating back to the initial 13 German families which sailed to the New World on the Mayflower in 1620. In 1990, American Express commissioned Perillo to paint over fifty oil paintings and sculpt two huge bronzes for its world headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. His work also adorned the corporate headquarters of AT&T, and the New York State Governor’s mansion in Albany. In 1991, Perillo was invited to the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, by the President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, and presented him with his extraordinary mural painting, Peaceable Kingdom: Nations at Rest. Mr. Gorbachev, on receiving the painting said to Mr. Perillo, "Please accept my everlasting gratitude for presenting me with your beautiful work of art, Peaceable Kingdom: Nations at Rest. A wonderful and inspiring symbol of peace between our two great nations.It was called, "an international monument to global harmony. It now hangs in the Kremlin and stands as an everlasting artistic symbol of peace in our time. Perillo was also an accomplished sculptor and created 9 major bronze pieces along with more than 30 others. In his later years, he donated his talents to creating bronze sculptures as tributes to Staten Islanders who died in the 9/11 attacks in NYC. Among them, Firefighter Stephen Siller, located at the New York Firefighter’s Academy on Randall’s Island, N.Y. Training Facility, Firefighter Joseph Maffeo, located at the Staten Island University Hospital, and The Spirit of 9/11 a tribute to the Sports coaches, managers and volunteers in sports leagues on Staten Island on the grounds of the Hilton Gardens Inn Other tribute bronzes adorning Staten Island are Vietnam War hero, Lt. Nick Lia, located at the Wagner College Stadium in S.I., Staten Island South Shore Little League player, Joseph Verdino, and Vietnam War hero, Staff Sargent Michael Ollis, located at the Petrides School, Staten Island, N.Y. as well as The Lenape Chief, located at Public School 62. His Bucking Bronco bronze, which is located on the grounds of the corporate offices of American Express, Phoenix, Arizona, St. Joseph’s Indian School and another at The Staten Island Riding Academy in S.I., N.Y. Mr. Perillo also branched out into other subject matters, including sports paintings and religious paintings. He designed two stained glass windows for the Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s & St. Thomas, on Staten Island: Saint Tekawitha, Lily of the Mohawks, and Moses of which the stained glass windows were produced in 1995. The St. Tekawitha window received the Bene Award by Modern Liturgy magazine’s religious publication’s 1997-98 Visual Arts Awards. In September 2012, Perillo, being a proud veteran, made a major donation of 42 paintings, and one bronze, to the Vietnam Era Museum & Education Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. At age 93, his recent painting finished in 2019, Crazy Horse was accepted to the Indian Museum of the North America in South Dakota, and added to their permanent collection. The museum is located at the famous Crazy Horse Memorial, sculpted out of a mountain by master sculptor, Zorczak Ziolkowski, in Crazy Horse, South Dakota. Over the years, he appeared on numerous magazine covers including, Plate World, Old West, Frontier Times, County Life, and many other Western magazines. Several hard cover books have been written about Mr. Perillo, most notably, Perillo Artist of the American West (1981), Gregory Perillo and the Masters of American Western Art (1990) and Gregory Perillo: Canvas Playing Fields (1995). In his younger years, Perillo was a Staten Island Little League coach and manager, teaching and enjoying his son and his teammates. In later years, he would practice with his grandson, Billy, eventually painting his portrait playing as a Little Leaguer – The Slugger. It now hangs in The World of Little League: Peter J. McGovern Museum in South Williamsport, Pa. When he wasn’t painting, he was a great NY Yankees fan, watching every game. His idol was Joe DiMaggio, and he was thrilled to meet and speak with him several times during his life. He was also a great boxing fan and shared stories of when he met boxing legend, Jack Dempsey. Greg also loved dancing so much that had a dance floor built in his home, complete with a sound system, lighting and smoke, hosting many parties. Mr. Perillo was pre-deceased by his two sisters, Lucy Perillo Buttermark and Mary Perillo Melia. He is survived by his beloved wife of 73 years, Mary Venditti Perillo; two children: Annette Perillo Javaruski of Clearwater, Fl (son-in-law Stephen J.Javaruski), and Stephen Perillo of Palm Harbor, Fl, (daughter-in-law, Janet Galante Perillo); his five grandchildren: William (Billy) Perillo, Christina Perillo Williams (husband John Williams), Stephanie Perillo, Stephen G. Javaruski and Laura Perillo; and 7 month old great-granddaughter, Ava Williams, who was the light of his life. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Allard Auction Collection Inv: AX

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • GREGORY PERILLO COWBOY PAINTING
          Jul. 28, 2023

          GREGORY PERILLO COWBOY PAINTING

          Est: $100 - $150

          26 1/2" by 32 3/8" framed Gregory Perillo (1927 - 2021) was active/lived in New York, Florida. Gregory Perillo is known for Western genre, animal, sports, military and Indian portrait painting, sculpture. Following is an obituary of Gregory Perillo, compiled and submitted by the Perillo and Javaruski Families. WORLD RENOWNED ARTIST, SCULPTOR & PHILANTHROPIST GREGORY PERILLO (AKA CRAZY HORSE) PASSES AWAY March 10, 2021 Clearwater, Flordida World renowned artist and sculptor, Gregory Perillo, the last of the great American Western and Native American artists of the 20th century, passed away at his home in Clearwater, Florida, two days before his 94th birthday, surrounded by his loving family. His health had been declining during the last few months, but he still painted every day until 10 days ago. Mr. Perillo was born in Greenwich Village, NYC, on March 12, 1927, to Italian immigrant parents, Gregorio and Antionette Perillo (deceased). He moved to Staten Island at two years old and remained there until 2017 when he and his wife, Mary, moved to Clearwater, Florida to be close to their family. He grew up during the great depression and was poverty stricken as a boy. His interest in art began at age 4. Perillo’s affinity with Native Americans dates back to his boyhood days. His father, who avidly studied American History, entertained him with tales of the American West and the Indian Wars. As he listened, he would take a brush, dip it in espresso, and draw on brown paper bags that his mother ironed for him. Perillo and his father would visit museums and art galleries throughout NYC, especially the American Indian exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History. The initial introduction grew into reverence through Perillo’s own reading and research, studying the customs, history and plight of the Native Americans. Greg attended P.S. 29 and McKee High School. A World War II veteran, he enlisted in the U. S. Navy at 17 years old and served in the South Pacific aboard the "U.S.S. Storm King" (AP-171), (his rendering of ‘Storm King is a part of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans). Upon returning from the war, he obtained his GED and attended the Leonardo da Vinci School of Art, a private institution for Italian Americans in Manhattan, for a year and a half. He then worked in the garment industry by day and attended evening art classes at Pratt Institute, The School of Visual Arts and The Art Students League of New York for his formal art education, using his benefits from the G.I. Bill. Perillo’s most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Sedona, Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master artist, William Robinson Leigh, one of the three most celebrated Western artists of the last century. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only private student, for several years. Perillo would spend countless hours at the Grand Central Art Galleries in N.Y.C., studying Leigh’s paintings. He would also visit Leigh’s studio on West 57th Street. Leigh inspired Perillo and their relationship would continue until Leigh’s death five years later in 1955. In 1947, he met and married the love of his life, Mary Venditti Perillo. They remained together for 73 years, until his death. He called her Wonder Woman and credited his success to her love, understanding and unwavering support. They became parents to two children, a daughter, Annette, and son, Stephen. Starting in the 1960s, Mr. Perillo’s artwork gained acclaim in many prestigious galleries throughout the country, including Wally Findlay Galleries in New York, Paris, France and Palm Beach, Florida; La Petite Gallery, Mandel, Norway; Chamisa Gallery, Taos, New Mexico; Overland Trail Galleries, Jacobson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona; Empire Art Gallery, Empire, Colorado and the Pritshard Gallery in Houston, Texas to name a few. Mr. Perillo’s artwork is presently in the permanent collections of 25 museums across the country. Over the years, he has been the recipient of many, many awards for his artwork and honored for his philanthropy. One of the proudest moments in his career was when he presented his painting, The Cowboy and His Lady, of President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy, to them in October 1981. This painting is now in the permanent collection of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum in Simi Valley, California. In June 1983, Perillo traveled to Berlin, West Germany to open his two-month long exhibition at the Hotel Steingenberger Gallery. On display were 45 paintings from his collection. The event was a part of the tricentennial celebration taking place in West Germany to commemorate American-German ties dating back to the initial 13 German families which sailed to the New World on the Mayflower in 1620. In 1990, American Express commissioned Perillo to paint over fifty oil paintings and sculpt two huge bronzes for its world headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. His work also adorned the corporate headquarters of AT&T, and the New York State Governor’s mansion in Albany. In 1991, Perillo was invited to the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, by the President of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, and presented him with his extraordinary mural painting, Peaceable Kingdom: Nations at Rest. Mr. Gorbachev, on receiving the painting said to Mr. Perillo, "Please accept my everlasting gratitude for presenting me with your beautiful work of art, Peaceable Kingdom: Nations at Rest. A wonderful and inspiring symbol of peace between our two great nations.It was called, “an international monument to global harmony. It now hangs in the Kremlin and stands as an everlasting artistic symbol of peace in our time. Perillo was also an accomplished sculptor and created 9 major bronze pieces along with more than 30 others. In his later years, he donated his talents to creating bronze sculptures as tributes to Staten Islanders who died in the 9/11 attacks in NYC. Among them, Firefighter Stephen Siller, located at the New York Firefighter’s Academy on Randall’s Island, N.Y. Training Facility, Firefighter Joseph Maffeo, located at the Staten Island University Hospital, and The Spirit of 9/11 a tribute to the Sports coaches, managers and volunteers in sports leagues on Staten Island on the grounds of the Hilton Gardens Inn Other tribute bronzes adorning Staten Island are Vietnam War hero, Lt. Nick Lia, located at the Wagner College Stadium in S.I., Staten Island South Shore Little League player, Joseph Verdino, and Vietnam War hero, Staff Sargent Michael Ollis, located at the Petrides School, Staten Island, N.Y. as well as The Lenape Chief, located at Public School 62. His Bucking Bronco bronze, which is located on the grounds of the corporate offices of American Express, Phoenix, Arizona, St. Joseph’s Indian School and another at The Staten Island Riding Academy in S.I., N.Y. Mr. Perillo also branched out into other subject matters, including sports paintings and religious paintings. He designed two stained glass windows for the Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s & St. Thomas, on Staten Island: Saint Tekawitha, Lily of the Mohawks, and Moses of which the stained glass windows were produced in 1995. The St. Tekawitha window received the Bene Award by Modern Liturgy magazine’s religious publication’s 1997-98 Visual Arts Awards. In September 2012, Perillo, being a proud veteran, made a major donation of 42 paintings, and one bronze, to the Vietnam Era Museum & Education Center in Holmdel, New Jersey. At age 93, his recent painting finished in 2019, Crazy Horse was accepted to the Indian Museum of the North America in South Dakota, and added to their permanent collection. The museum is located at the famous Crazy Horse Memorial, sculpted out of a mountain by master sculptor, Zorczak Ziolkowski, in Crazy Horse, South Dakota. Over the years, he appeared on numerous magazine covers including, Plate World, Old West, Frontier Times, County Life, and many other Western magazines. Several hard cover books have been written about Mr. Perillo, most notably, Perillo Artist of the American West (1981), Gregory Perillo and the Masters of American Western Art (1990) and Gregory Perillo: Canvas Playing Fields (1995). In his younger years, Perillo was a Staten Island Little League coach and manager, teaching and enjoying his son and his teammates. In later years, he would practice with his grandson, Billy, eventually painting his portrait playing as a Little Leaguer – The Slugger. It now hangs in The World of Little League: Peter J. McGovern Museum in South Williamsport, Pa. When he wasn’t painting, he was a great NY Yankees fan, watching every game. His idol was Joe DiMaggio, and he was thrilled to meet and speak with him several times during his life. He was also a great boxing fan and shared stories of when he met boxing legend, Jack Dempsey. Greg also loved dancing so much that had a dance floor built in his home, complete with a sound system, lighting and smoke, hosting many parties. Mr. Perillo was pre-deceased by his two sisters, Lucy Perillo Buttermark and Mary Perillo Melia. He is survived by his beloved wife of 73 years, Mary Venditti Perillo; two children: Annette Perillo Javaruski of Clearwater, Fl (son-in-law Stephen J.Javaruski), and Stephen Perillo of Palm Harbor, Fl, (daughter-in-law, Janet Galante Perillo); his five grandchildren: William (Billy) Perillo, Christina Perillo Williams (husband John Williams), Stephanie Perillo, Stephen G. Javaruski and Laura Perillo; and 7 month old great-granddaughter, Ava Williams, who was the light of his life. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Allard Auction Collection Inv: NO TAG

          Davis Brothers Auction
        • Gregory Perillo (American 1927 - 2021) Large Western Scene - oil on canvas - Wild Mustangs. 60 x 40 inches
          Jan. 17, 2023

          Gregory Perillo (American 1927 - 2021) Large Western Scene - oil on canvas - Wild Mustangs. 60 x 40 inches

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Gregory Perillo (American 1927 - 2021) Large Western Scene - oil on canvas - Wild Mustangs. 60 x 40 inches

          Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
        • (4) Gregory Perillo Lithographs Native Americans
          Aug. 07, 2022

          (4) Gregory Perillo Lithographs Native Americans

          Est: $100 - $200

          (4) Piece Gregory Perillo (American, 1927-2021) lithographs of Native American men. Originally sold from Wally Findlay Galleries, the etchings each depict elders from four nations: (1) Cheyenne, (1) Apache, (1) Blackfoot and (1) Sioux. Each is titled bottom left accordingly and pencil signed "Gregory Perillo" bottom right. All also signed "Perillo" in print. All excellent condition (wear to frames). Art measures 16"x 20", frames measure 17" x 21.25".

          Neely Auction
        • Gregory Perillo, New York, Florida (1927 - 2021), Mountain Man, oil on canvas, 29 1/2"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 38 3/8"H x 26 3/8"W (frame)
          Jun. 04, 2022

          Gregory Perillo, New York, Florida (1927 - 2021), Mountain Man, oil on canvas, 29 1/2"H x 17 1/2"W (sight), 38 3/8"H x 26 3/8"W (frame)

          Est: $400 - $600

          Gregory Perillo New York, Florida, (1927 - 2021) Mountain Man oil on canvas signed lower left. Biography from the Archives of askART: Biography from Butler Institute of American Art Painter; Designer. Education: Cooper Union Art School; Grande Chaumiere in Paris; Belle Arte in Rome; Fulbright Fellow. Holdings: Museum of Modern Art; Albright-Knox Art Gallery; Nelson Gallery of Art; Ain Herod Museum in Tel-Aviv. Exhibits: Young Americans at the Whitney Museum of American Art; National Academy of Arts and Letters; ACA Gallery; Rittenhouse Gallery; Washington Irving Gallery; Pindar Gallery. Awards : Fulbright to Italy; Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award; Perkin-Elmer Prize. Kinigstein was inducted as Academician into the National Academy of Design in 1997.

          Ripley Auctions
        • GREGORY PERILLO (1927 - 2021): NATIVE AMERICAN MAN
          Jun. 02, 2022

          GREGORY PERILLO (1927 - 2021): NATIVE AMERICAN MAN

          Est: $200 - $300

          oil on canvas; signed lower right; Provenance: Important Collection, Silverlake, CA; 22 x 18 1/4 inches; 28 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches frame

          Abell Auction
        • GREGORY PERILLO (AMERICAN, B. 1932), OIL ON CANVAS, H 24", W 36", BRONCO BUSTER
          May. 20, 2022

          GREGORY PERILLO (AMERICAN, B. 1932), OIL ON CANVAS, H 24", W 36", BRONCO BUSTER

          Est: $200 - $400

          Signed lower left. Depicting a man astride of bucking bronco.

          DuMouchelles
        • Gregory Perillo (NY,b 1929) oil painting
          Sep. 12, 2021

          Gregory Perillo (NY,b 1929) oil painting

          Est: $850 - $1,100

          ARTIST: Gregory Perillo (New York, born 1929) NAME: Tender Moment (titled on verso) YEAR: 1978 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 24 inches / 76 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 38 x 32 inches / 96 x 81 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118109 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Gregory Perillo is one of today's most respected and renowned American Western artists. His powerfully dramatic, emotional depictions of Native Americans and early settlers, as well as Western landscapes and wildlife, have made him one of America's leading painters and sculptors.Born in Greenwich Village, Perillo moved to Staten Island, New York, at age two and has lived there his entire life. Poverty stricken as a boy, he was forced to use as canvases the paper bags ironed by his mother and his first medium was coffee. His earliest impressions of the American West came from his father, an immigrant, who was studying American History.As a youngster, Perillo studied the works of the masters of American Western art, spending much of his time at the American Indian exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After serving in the Navy in World War II, through the GI bill he began his formal art education. He attended the Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League. Interestingly, Perillo's most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master William Robinson Leigh. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only known pupil, for several years. Since then, Perillo has often traveled to Native American lands, where he has spent time studying the culture and customs as well as sketching the people and scenery of the American West.Today, Gregory Perillo's artwork hangs in hundreds of private and corporate collections, galleries and museums throughout the United States. Starting in the 1980s, his paintings have been reproduced in many different mediums, from giclee canvas art, lithographs and limited editions collectibles. No living American artist has enjoyed greater market success. It appears that Perillo's range is boundless. He paints canvases from miniature size to murals. Sculptures range from six inches to fourteen feet.For the past two decades, Gregory Perillo had dedicated himself to philanthropic work, including donating his time and talents to the New York City Public School system, the Boy Scouts of America, American Parkinson Disease Association, 9/11 charities and many other charitable and humanitarian causes.The Perillo family and associates are excited to offer you the opportunity to purchase a diverse portfolio of artwork from western, landscapes, wildlife, children, sports figures and ecclesiastical genres. These offerings have all been reproduced with state of the art technology and the finest materials available today. Many of these purchases will benefit the charities that are close and dear to Perillo's heart.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Gregory Perillo (1927-2021) Oil On Canvas
          Sep. 11, 2021

          Gregory Perillo (1927-2021) Oil On Canvas

          Est: -

          Sign3d In The Lower Right Corner. Measures Approximately 22in X 18in. Art Measures Approximately 17in X 13in. Nr12773 Zh

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • Gregory Perillo, Roman Nose, Oil Painting
          Jul. 15, 2021

          Gregory Perillo, Roman Nose, Oil Painting

          Est: $5,000 - $6,500

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: Roman Nose Year: 1981 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed lower right Size: 50 x 40 in. (127 x 101.6 cm) Frame Size: 58 x 47 inches

          RoGallery
        • Gregory Perillo (NY,b 1929) oil painting
          Jun. 06, 2021

          Gregory Perillo (NY,b 1929) oil painting

          Est: $850 - $1,100

          ARTIST: Gregory Perillo (New York, born 1929) NAME: Tender Moment (titled on verso) YEAR: 1978 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 30 x 24 inches / 76 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 38 x 32 inches / 96 x 81 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 118109 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Gregory Perillo is one of today's most respected and renowned American Western artists. His powerfully dramatic, emotional depictions of Native Americans and early settlers, as well as Western landscapes and wildlife, have made him one of America's leading painters and sculptors.Born in Greenwich Village, Perillo moved to Staten Island, New York, at age two and has lived there his entire life. Poverty stricken as a boy, he was forced to use as canvases the paper bags ironed by his mother and his first medium was coffee. His earliest impressions of the American West came from his father, an immigrant, who was studying American History.As a youngster, Perillo studied the works of the masters of American Western art, spending much of his time at the American Indian exhibit in the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After serving in the Navy in World War II, through the GI bill he began his formal art education. He attended the Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League. Interestingly, Perillo's most productive learning experience was spawned from a visit to Arizona in 1950, where he had a chance meeting with the legendary American master William Robinson Leigh. In what became almost a father-son relationship, Leigh taught Perillo, his only known pupil, for several years. Since then, Perillo has often traveled to Native American lands, where he has spent time studying the culture and customs as well as sketching the people and scenery of the American West.Today, Gregory Perillo's artwork hangs in hundreds of private and corporate collections, galleries and museums throughout the United States. Starting in the 1980s, his paintings have been reproduced in many different mediums, from giclee canvas art, lithographs and limited editions collectibles. No living American artist has enjoyed greater market success. It appears that Perillo's range is boundless. He paints canvases from miniature size to murals. Sculptures range from six inches to fourteen feet.For the past two decades, Gregory Perillo had dedicated himself to philanthropic work, including donating his time and talents to the New York City Public School system, the Boy Scouts of America, American Parkinson Disease Association, 9/11 charities and many other charitable and humanitarian causes.The Perillo family and associates are excited to offer you the opportunity to purchase a diverse portfolio of artwork from western, landscapes, wildlife, children, sports figures and ecclesiastical genres. These offerings have all been reproduced with state of the art technology and the finest materials available today. Many of these purchases will benefit the charities that are close and dear to Perillo's heart.

          Broward Auction Gallery LLC
        • Gregory Perillo, large bronze Indian warrior
          Feb. 18, 2021

          Gregory Perillo, large bronze Indian warrior

          Est: $300 - $500

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929), "Cry of Vengeance", 1970, bronze, depicting Native American Indian mounted on a horse, with spear and shield, signed, titled and dated, 23.5"h x 19"l x 10"w

          Millea Bros Ltd
        • GREGORY PERILLO (USA B. 1932) OIL ON CANVAS, H 30" W 24" TENDER MOMENT (CROW)
          Jan. 29, 2021

          GREGORY PERILLO (USA B. 1932) OIL ON CANVAS, H 30" W 24" TENDER MOMENT (CROW)

          Est: $100 - $200

          Signed lower right recto, signed, dated, and inscribed verso 'Enjoy it - I did painting it, Greg Perillo 11/12/78.' Frame H 38" W 32"

          DuMouchelles
        • GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS, TENDER MOMENT
          Nov. 20, 2020

          GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS, TENDER MOMENT

          Est: $300 - $500

          GREGORY PERILLO (USA B. 1932) OIL ON CANVAS, H 30" W 24" TENDER MOMENT (CROW) Signed lower right recto, signed, dated, and inscribed verso 'Enjoy it - I did painting it, Greg Perillo 11/12/78.' Frame H 38" W 32"

          DuMouchelles
        • GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS, MOTHERS GIRL
          Nov. 20, 2020

          GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS, MOTHERS GIRL

          Est: $300 - $500

          GREGORY PERILLO (USA, B. 1932), OIL ON CANVAS, H 20" W 16" MOTHERS GIRL (SIOUX) Signed lower left recto, signed, dated, and inscribed verso 'Lots of enjoyment, Greg Perillo 11/12/78'. Frame H 28" W 24"

          DuMouchelles
        • GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS MINI WARRIOR
          Nov. 19, 2020

          GREGORY PERILLO OIL ON CANVAS MINI WARRIOR

          Est: $400 - $500

          GREGORY PERILLO (AMER. BORN 1932), OIL ON CANVAS H 30" W 24" MINI WARRIOR (SIOUX) Signed lower left recto, signed, dated, and inscribed verso 'With Love, Gregory Perillo 11/12/78.' Frame H 38.5" W 31.75"

          DuMouchelles
        • Gregory Perillo (1927/32) American, Artist Proof
          Nov. 15, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (1927/32) American, Artist Proof

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Native American Etching of a Cheyenne Tribesmen. This piece is titled, signed, and labeled artist proof in pencil. Sight: 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. Overall: 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. Provenance: Francesco Gittardi. General Coordinator of East and Far East Gucci International, 1960's - 1970's. General Merchandise Buyer, Gucci America 1970's - 1980's. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • Gregory Perillo (1927/32) American, Artist Proof
          Nov. 15, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (1927/32) American, Artist Proof

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          Artist proof of Native American Tribesmen. This piece is titled and signed in pencil. Sight: 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. Overall: 20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. Provenance: Francesco Gittardi. General Coordinator of East and Far East Gucci International, 1960's - 1970's. General Merchandise Buyer, Gucci America 1970's - 1980's. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • Gregory Perillo, (American, born 1929), Ridem High, oil on canvas, 28 x 35 1/4in (71 x 89.5cm); frame 36 1/2 x 43 1/2in (92.5 x 110.5cm)
          Nov. 11, 2020

          Gregory Perillo, (American, born 1929), Ridem High, oil on canvas, 28 x 35 1/4in (71 x 89.5cm); frame 36 1/2 x 43 1/2in (92.5 x 110.5cm)

          Est: $600 - $800

          Gregory Perillo (American, born 1929) Ridem High oil on canvas signed lower left Perillo 28 x 35 1/4in (71 x 89.5cm); frame 36 1/2 x 43 1/2in (92.5 x 110.5cm)

          Andrew Jones Auctions
        • Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) The Big Sleep
          Oct. 29, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) The Big Sleep

          Est: $300 - $500

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) The Big Sleep oil on canvas signed Perillo (lower left) 20 x 25 inches Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach, Florida

          Hindman
        • Gregory Perillo (American Born 1927/32) oil on canvas, Portrait Young Am. Indian Girl, 18 x 24 inches
          Oct. 13, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (American Born 1927/32) oil on canvas, Portrait Young Am. Indian Girl, 18 x 24 inches

          Est: $300 - $500

          Gregory Perillo (American Born 1927/32) oil on canvas, Portrait Young Am. Indian Girl, 18 x 24 inches

          Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
        • GREGORY PERILLO (American. b. 1929) PAINTING
          Sep. 12, 2020

          GREGORY PERILLO (American. b. 1929) PAINTING

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Indian Brave. Signed l/l. Oil on Canvas. Measuring 24 by 18 in., overall 32.5 by 26.5 in. (Cond: good)

          Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches
        • Gregory Perillo (b.1927) American, Oil on Canvas
          Jul. 26, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (b.1927) American, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $500 - $800

          Portrait of an American Indian, oil on canvas. Gregory Perillo is a western painter and sculptor, who continues to live in New York but who makes frequent trips West to refresh his vision. He was one of the first western artists to combine portraits of animals and humans on canvas; in fact he does all facets of the American West including wildlife in a style that combines realism and impressionism. Signed and dated lower left, Perillo '82. Overall size: 27 1/2 x 23 1/2 in. Sight size: 19 1/4 x 15 1/2 in. Please note that all sales are final and no refunds will be given under any circumstances. Sarasota Estate Auction provides condition reports as a courtesy to our clients and assumes no liability for any error or omission. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client and is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, matter. The bidder assumes responsibility for ensuring that the condition of the item(s) meets with their satisfaction prior to bidding. 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. Online images can sometimes be poor quality due to the uploading process, original high-resolution images can be requested via email at [email protected].

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • Gregory Perillo (b.1927) American, Oil on Canvas
          Jul. 26, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (b.1927) American, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $600 - $900

          Oil on canvas, depicting an American Indian on horseback. Signed lower right: Perillo '82. Gregory Perillo is a western painter and sculptor, who continues to live in New York but who makes frequent trips West to refresh his vision. He was one of the first western artists to combine portraits of animals and humans on canvas; in fact he does all facets of the American West including wildlife in a style that combines realism and impressionism. Overall size: 37 1/2 x 31 1/2 in. Sight size: 29 1/4 x 23 1/4 in. Please note that all sales are final and no refunds will be given under any circumstances. Sarasota Estate Auction provides condition reports as a courtesy to our clients and assumes no liability for any error or omission. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client and is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to age, condition, matter. The bidder assumes responsibility for ensuring that the condition of the item(s) meets with their satisfaction prior to bidding. 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. Online images can sometimes be poor quality due to the uploading process, original high-resolution images can be requested via email at [email protected].

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • GREGORY PERILLO (American. b. 1929) PAINTING
          Jul. 11, 2020

          GREGORY PERILLO (American. b. 1929) PAINTING

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Indian Brave. Signed l/l. Oil on Canvas. Measuring 24 by 18 in., overall 32.5 by 26.5 in. (Cond: good)

          Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches
        • Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1932) Portrait of Blackfoot Chief Oil on canvas 29
          May. 14, 2020

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1932) Portrait of Blackfoot Chief Oil on canvas 29

          Est: $400 - $600

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1932) Portrait of Blackfoot Chief Oil on canvas 29-1/2 x 19-1/2 inches (74.9 x 49.5 cm) Signed lower right: Perillo HID01801242017

          Heritage Auctions
        • Gregory Perillo - Native Princess
          Feb. 11, 2020

          Gregory Perillo - Native Princess

          Est: $200 - $300

          Lot 320 Gregory Perillo American (b.1932) Native Princess oil on canvas signed lower right 30 x 24 inches Provenance: From the collection of J.N. Bartfield Galleries

          Capsule Gallery Auction
        • Gregory Perillo American, b. 1929 Buffalo
          Jan. 08, 2020

          Gregory Perillo American, b. 1929 Buffalo

          Est: $600 - $800

          Gregory Perillo American, b. 1929 Buffalo Signed G. PERILLO on the base Bronze with brown patina 16 1/2 x 7 x 8 3/4 inches C Estate of Patricia Patterson

          Doyle New York
        • Gregory Perillo, New York (b. 1929), Portrait of a Native American, oil on canvas, 43 x 30 inches
          Dec. 07, 2019

          Gregory Perillo, New York (b. 1929), Portrait of a Native American, oil on canvas, 43 x 30 inches

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          signed lower right, framed.

          Link Auction Galleries
        • Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas
          Dec. 01, 2019

          Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $1,200 - $1,800

          Native American with rifle, oil on canvas, signed Perillo, (Gregory Perillo, New York, b.1929), 32" x 26", framed 38 1/2" x 32 1/2". Provenance: Private collection, New York, New York.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Gregory Perillo, (b. 1929 New York, NY), "Ridem High", Oil on canvas, 28" H x 35" W
          Sep. 08, 2019

          Gregory Perillo, (b. 1929 New York, NY), "Ridem High", Oil on canvas, 28" H x 35" W

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Gregory Perillo (b. 1929 New York, NY) "Ridem High" Oil on canvas Signed lower left: Perillo, titled and numbered on the stretcher: 45965, titled and numbered again on the backing board 28" H x 35" W

          John Moran Auctioneers
        • Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas
          Jul. 21, 2019

          Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Native American with rifle, oil on canvas, signed Perillo, (Gregory Perillo, New York, b.1929), 32" x 26", framed 38 1/2" x 32 1/2". Provenance: Private collection, New York, New York.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Gregory Perillo (Born 1929) Oil (New York)
          Jun. 23, 2019

          Gregory Perillo (Born 1929) Oil (New York)

          Est: $500 - $700

          Oil on canvas, untitled, Indian, signed lower left. 16 x 14 sight, frame 21 x 19.

          Main Auction Galleries
        • Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting
          Jun. 15, 2019

          Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: The Impact Year: circa 1980 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. Frame Size: 41 x 34 inches

          RoGallery
        • Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting
          May. 30, 2019

          Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting

          Est: $6,000 - $9,000

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: The Impact Year: circa 1980 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. Frame Size: 41 x 34 inches

          RoGallery
        • Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas
          Apr. 28, 2019

          Signed Perillo, Native American, Oil on Canvas

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Native American with rifle, oil on canvas, signed Perillo, (Gregory Perillo, New York, b.1929), 32" x 26", framed 38 1/2" x 32 1/2". Provenance: Private collection, New York, New York.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • GREGORY PERILLO (NY, 1927 - ) - Native American Portrait, signed lower left "Perillo", in gold cove frame with linen liner, name tag, OS: 24 1/4" x 30 1/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition. Includes a copy of th...
          Nov. 11, 2018

          GREGORY PERILLO (NY, 1927 - ) - Native American Portrait, signed lower left "Perillo", in gold cove frame with linen liner, name tag, OS: 24 1/4" x 30 1/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition. Includes a copy of th...

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          GREGORY PERILLO (NY, 1927 - ) - Native American Portrait, signed lower left "Perillo", in gold cove frame with linen liner, name tag, OS: 24 1/4" x 30 1/4", SS: 17 1/2" x 23 1/2". Fine condition. Includes a copy of the book "Perillo, Artist of the American West, Collectibles Edition.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • Bust of a Chief wearing a headdress Bronze Sculpture
          Oct. 14, 2018

          Bust of a Chief wearing a headdress Bronze Sculpture

          Est: -

          Medium: Bronze Sculpture Size: 10" x 10" Title: Unknown Subject: Bust of a Chief wearing a headdress Edition: 2462 / 2500 Signature: Base. Gregory Perillo, American born 1929 or 1932

          J Sugarman Auction
        • Gregory Perillo (1929-) Oil On Canvas Painting
          Jan. 28, 2017

          Gregory Perillo (1929-) Oil On Canvas Painting

          Est: -

          Signature lower right. In good used condition with minimal wear. Measures approximately 43" x 50". Sight area measures approximately 35" x 43". Nr8236

          EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
        • Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque,
          Dec. 14, 2016

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque,

          Est: $100 - $200

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque, Signed and numbered 1587/2500. D: 7 1/4 in.

          Gray's Auctioneers
        • Gregory Perillo, Cry of Vengeance, Oil Painting
          Nov. 17, 2016

          Gregory Perillo, Cry of Vengeance, Oil Painting

          Est: $9,000 - $11,000

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: Cry of Vengeance Year: circa 1980 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. Frame Size: 41 x 34 inches

          RoGallery
        • Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting
          Oct. 20, 2016

          Gregory Perillo, The Impact, Oil Painting

          Est: $9,000 - $11,000

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: The Impact Year: circa 1980 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. Frame Size: 41 x 34 inches

          RoGallery
        • Gregory Perillo, Nature's Child (Blackfeet), Oil Painting
          Oct. 20, 2016

          Gregory Perillo, Nature's Child (Blackfeet), Oil Painting

          Est: $7,500 - $9,500

          Artist: Gregory Perillo, American (1929 - ) Title: Nature's Child (Blackfeet) Year: circa 1980 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed l.r. Frame Size: 33 x 36 inches

          RoGallery
        • Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque,
          Aug. 24, 2016

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque,

          Est: $200 - $400

          Gregory Perillo (American, b. 1929) Buffalo Hunt, Bronze relief plaque, Signed and numbered 1587/2500. D: 7 1/4 in.

          Gray's Auctioneers
        • GREGORY PERILLO NATIVE AMERICAN PORTRAIT PAINTING
          Mar. 20, 2016

          GREGORY PERILLO NATIVE AMERICAN PORTRAIT PAINTING

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          PERILLO, Gregory, (American, 1929-): Portrait of Native American Indian Brave, Oil/Canvas, 23" x 18", signed lower right and dated 1963, carved wood frame, 30" x 25". Although he attended the Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Arts, his most meaningful education came from a relationship he had with the legendary William Robinson Leigh who mentored and taught Perillo for several years. He has become one of America's leading painters and sculptors particularly of Western themes and Native American Indians.

          Burchard Galleries Inc
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