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      • Leonard Howard Reedy Western Watercolor Landscape Painting with Miner, 20th C
        Mar. 02, 2024

        Leonard Howard Reedy Western Watercolor Landscape Painting with Miner, 20th C

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Western Watercolor Landscape Painting with Miner & Donkey in Dessert signed Leonard Howard Reedy, 20th C. Regarding provenance, this painting was acquired directly from the collection of Robert Rockwell, of Corning NY and the founder of the Rockwell Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate. Measures- 17.5''H x 15''W x 2''D; sight: 12'' x 9.5'' . *** OPTIONAL SHIPPING & DELIVERY - While onsite retrieval is always welcome at no charge, we offer IN-HOUSE SHIPPING & DELIVERY within the continental US with Quick Quotes available UPON REQUEST. Also, free storage is available for up to 60 days UPON WRITTEN REQUEST.***

        Winfield Auction Gallery
      • Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting
        Mar. 02, 2024

        Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting

        Est: $300 - $400

        14 1/4" by 17" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        17 1/4" by 20 1/2" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Jan. 07, 2024

        ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $600 - $750

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) TITLE: Western Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. Wear to frame. ART SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 127124 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Dec. 17, 2023

        ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) TITLE: Western Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. Wear to frame. ART SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 127123 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Montana Rockies Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        17 1/4" by 20 1/2" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy Cowboy Sport Watercolor Painting
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Cowboy Sport Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        15" by 18 1/2" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy Sioux Indian Watercolor Painting
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Sioux Indian Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        13 1/4" by 16 1/4" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy Blackfoot Indian Watercolor Painting
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Blackfoot Indian Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        Montana. 13 1/4" by 16 1/4" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy Blackfoot Indian Watercolor Painting
        Nov. 25, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Blackfoot Indian Watercolor Painting

        Est: $350 - $500

        Montana. 13 1/4" by 16 1/4" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Leonard Reedy "Attack on the Prairie" Painting
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Attack on the Prairie" Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Attack on the Pioneer" depicting two Native Americans on horseback attacking a wagon. Signed along the lower left. With a label and tag from Wally Findlay Gallery attached to the verso.

        Revere Auctions
      • Leonard Reedy "Dust Devils" Painting
        Nov. 15, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Dust Devils" Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Dust Devils" depicting a cowboy atop a galloping horse in a desert landscape. Signed along the lower left. With a label from Wally Findlay Gallery attached to the verso.

        Revere Auctions
      • LEONARD H. REEDY "THE COW PUNCHER" WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
        Nov. 12, 2023

        LEONARD H. REEDY "THE COW PUNCHER" WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

        Est: -

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) "The Cow Puncher" Watercolor on Paper. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Artist: Leonard H. Reedy Title: "The Cow Puncher" Medium: Watercolor on Paper Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 7.75" x 10.75" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1269

        Bradford's
      • LEONARD H. REEDY CROSSING THE RIVER WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
        Nov. 12, 2023

        LEONARD H. REEDY CROSSING THE RIVER WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

        Est: -

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Crossing The River Watercolor on Paper. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Artist: Leonard H. Reedy Title: Crossing The River Medium: Watercolor on Paper Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 7.5" x 10" Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1533

        Bradford's
      • Leonard Reedy (IL, 1899-1956), The Bushwhacker, W/C
        Oct. 18, 2023

        Leonard Reedy (IL, 1899-1956), The Bushwhacker, W/C

        Est: $250 - $400

        Property from a Savannah, Georgia Estate Description: Leonard Reedy (IL, 1899-1956), The Bushwhacker, Watercolor, signed lower left, depicting a cowboy pointing a shotgun with horse and rider in the distance, matted and framed with title and artist plaque. Frame size: 18 3/8 in. x 21 7/8 in. Measurements: Height: by sight 7 1/8 in. x Width: 10 3/4 in. Condition: Good condition, not viewed out of frame. Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the conditions of aging. PHOTOS MAY ALSO ACT AS A CONDITION REPORT. Please review all photos closely prior to bidding. Complete condition reports are available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the live auction. All lots are offered and sold 'AS ISÕ, and Everard Auctions will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. We do not guarantee the condition of frames. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you agree to be bound by the conditions of sale. Everard Auctions does not provide any shipping or packing services. We recommend that all potential buyers obtain pack/ship estimates prior to bidding. Please contact us for a list of recommended shippers.

        Everard Auctions and Appraisals
      • Leonard Howard Reedy (1899-1956): Four Works
        Oct. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899-1956): Four Works

        Est: $600 - $800

        Leonard Howard Reedy 1899-1956 Four Works each: watercolor on paper comprising "The Blizzard", "The Captured Stallion", "Two Crow Scouts" and "The Cheyenne Indian"; each signed

        Abell Auction
      • Leonard Reedy "The Peaceful Meeting" Watercolor
        Sep. 13, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "The Peaceful Meeting" Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper titled "The Peaceful Meeting" depicting a peaceful scene where three people gather in nature. Signed along the lower left. With a label from Wally Findlay Galleries affixed along the verso along with a purchase receipt. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida, September 1977; Private Minnesota collection.

        Revere Auctions
      • Leonard Reedy "Navajo Trading Post" Watercolor
        Sep. 13, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Navajo Trading Post" Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Navajo Trading Post" depicting two people walking towards the white door of the trading post. Signed along the lower left. With certificate of authenticity from Wally Findlay Galleries. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida, May 15, 1979; Private collection, Minnesota.

        Revere Auctions
      • ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Sep. 10, 2023

        ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) TITLE: Western Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. Wear to frame. ART SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 127123 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Sep. 10, 2023

        ATTR Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) TITLE: Western Scene MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. Wear to frame. ART SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: 15 x 18 inches / 38 x 45 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 127124 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Leonard Howard Reedy, "The Cactus Saloon"
        Aug. 26, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy, "The Cactus Saloon"

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Painting

        Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
      • Leonard Howard Reedy, "Attack on the Pony Express"
        Aug. 26, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy, "Attack on the Pony Express"

        Est: $600 - $900

        Painting

        Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Aug. 20, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $625 - $800

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Coyote and Antelope (titled lower left) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm BOARD SIZE: 11 x 13 inches / 27 x 33 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120420 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Aug. 20, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $625 - $800

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Indian Buffalo Hunters YEAR: 1945 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120419 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Aug. 20, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $675 - $850

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Cowboy and two Horses MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm MAT SIZE: 14 x 17 inches / 35 x 43 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120422 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Aug. 20, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Indian Wild Horse Hunters (titled lower middle) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/2 x 11 inches / 22 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120418 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • LEONARD REEDY CATTLE DRIVE WATERCOLOR PAINTING
        Jul. 28, 2023

        LEONARD REEDY CATTLE DRIVE WATERCOLOR PAINTING

        Est: $350 - $500

        15 5/8" by 18 5/8" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history. Allard Auction Collection Inv: AX

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      • Leonard Reedy "Dodging the Sheriff" Watercolor
        Jul. 19, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Dodging the Sheriff" Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Dodging the Sheriff" depicting a scene of a cowboy hiding behind rocks while Sheriffs race past. Signed along the lower left. With certificate of authenticity from Wally Findlay Galleries. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida, October 21, 1977; Private collection, Minnesota.

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      • Leonard Reedy "Winter on the Range" Watercolor
        Jul. 19, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Winter on the Range" Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Winter on the Ranges" depicting a winter landscape with a cowboy on a galloping horse. Signed along the lower right. With certificate of authenticity from Wally Findlay Galleries. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida, November 30, 1981; Private collection, Minnesota.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Jun. 11, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Western Scene NAME: The Chase MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Faint diagonal water mark. Some age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 17 x 19 inches / 43 x 48 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122617 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Reedy "Wild Horse Hunter" Watercolor
        May. 16, 2023

        Leonard Reedy "Wild Horse Hunter" Watercolor

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Watercolor on paper painting titled "Wild Horse Hunter" depicting an intense scene between a bucking horse and a cowboy. Signed along the lower left. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida 1977; Private Minnesota Collection.

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      • Leonard Reedy Watercolor on Paper Painting
        May. 16, 2023

        Leonard Reedy Watercolor on Paper Painting

        Est: $300 - $600

        Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956). Untitled watercolor on paper painting depicting a scene of a cowboy on a horse gazing at the horizon. Signed along the lower right. Provenance: Wally Findlay Galleries, Florida; Private Minnesota Collection.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        May. 14, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Coyote and Antelope (titled lower left) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm BOARD SIZE: 11 x 13 inches / 27 x 33 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120420 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        May. 14, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $650 - $800

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Indian Buffalo Hunters YEAR: 1945 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120419 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        May. 14, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Cowboy and two Horses MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm MAT SIZE: 14 x 17 inches / 35 x 43 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120422 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        May. 14, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Indian Wild Horse Hunters (titled lower middle) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/2 x 11 inches / 22 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120418 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • LEONARD H. REEDY COWBOYS ON HORSEBACK WATERCOLOR ON PAPER
        Apr. 30, 2023

        LEONARD H. REEDY COWBOYS ON HORSEBACK WATERCOLOR ON PAPER

        Est: -

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Cowboys on Horseback Watercolor on Paper. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Artist: Leonard H. Reedy Title: Cowboys on Horseback Medium: Watercolor on Paper Circa/Year: 1934 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Left Site Measurement: 7.75" x 10.75" Image Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1767

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Watercolor
        Apr. 16, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Watercolor

        Est: $100 - $500

        A western scene, signed at the lower left.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Watercolor
        Apr. 16, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) Watercolor

        Est: $100 - $500

        A western scene, signed at the lower right.

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      • LEONARD REEDY THE MOOSE HUNTER WATERCOLOR PAINTING
        Apr. 01, 2023

        LEONARD REEDY THE MOOSE HUNTER WATERCOLOR PAINTING

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Title is A Montana Moose Hunt. 15" by 18" framed. Leonard Howard Reedy (1899 - 1956) was active/lived in Illinois. Leonard Reedy is known for Western theme painting. Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Stage Coach MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 19 x 22 inches / 48 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122619 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Western Scene NAME: The Chase MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Faint diagonal water mark. Some age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 17 x 19 inches / 43 x 48 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122617 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: The Chase MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 7 x 11 inches / 17 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: 19 x 21 inches / 48 x 53 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122615 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: The Gun Fight MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Some age toning. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 19 x 22 inches / 48 x 55 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 122618 US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Feb. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Coyote and Antelope (titled lower left) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 12 inches / 20 x 30 cm BOARD SIZE: 11 x 13 inches / 27 x 33 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120420 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Feb. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $700 - $900

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Indian Buffalo Hunters YEAR: 1945 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed (In-House framing available) SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120419 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Feb. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Cowboy and two Horses MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Some age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 x 11 inches / 20 x 27 cm MAT SIZE: 14 x 17 inches / 35 x 43 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120422 US Shipping $49 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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      • Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting
        Feb. 12, 2023

        Leonard Howard Reedy (IL,1899-1956) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $950

        ARTIST: Leonard Howard Reedy (Illinois, 1899 - 1956) NAME: Buffalo Hunters (titled lower middle) MEDIUM: watercolor on paper. Paper applied to board. CONDITION: Minor age toning. SIGHT SIZE: 8 1/2 x 12 inches / 22 x 30 cm BOARD SIZE: 11 x 14 inches / 27 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower left CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120421 US Shipping $42 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Leonard Reedy was a landscape and figure painter, born in Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1899. He studied at the Chicago Institute and Academy of Fine Arts as well as self-taught. At the age of ten he demonstrated an unusual aptness and fondness for drawing and painting and chose to manifest this talent by illustrating the margins of his schoolbooks with his heroes of the west: Indians, cowpunchers, and bandits. He was a great admirer of Frederick Remington whose portrayal of the West and Frontier Days will forever be appreciated and cherished as historically preserving the early pioneering, indomitable spirit and tradition of a great bygone era in American History. Like Remington, Reedy lived in the 'Great Open Spaces' and was at home on the Great Plains, the desert country, mountains, as well as mining and timber camps. He worked as a ranch hand. He roamed with the Indians. Over a period of many years, he gained a bountiful knowledge of western life and of the subjects he loved to portray. No doubt his great love and admiration for the early rough and rugged West of long ago decided for him what to paint. He preserved and described action which showed characters true to their habits and period; Frontier days of the plainsman; sagebrush; cactus and mesquite; The Gold rush; frontier towns; the stage coach; the hold up; the covered wagon; Buffalo Bill and the scouts; Soldiers and Indian warfare; the western trek of the home-seeker, fraught with constant danger; war-painted Indians on the warpath; the attack; bleached bones on the prairie; the tireless search for gold; all preserved the outstanding incidents of the pioneer days, the hardships and struggles during a most important epoch of our nation's history.

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