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      • Gene And Rebecca Tobey (American, 1945-2006) Ca. 1999, "Rising Star 15/45", H 13.5" W 12" Depth 7"
        Feb. 16, 2024

        Gene And Rebecca Tobey (American, 1945-2006) Ca. 1999, "Rising Star 15/45", H 13.5" W 12" Depth 7"

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        On original marble base. Signed and numbered on underside. Having a deep red patina with patinated raised gold on black figure of a native American hunter on one shoulder and a salmon on the other. Like all of their works, "Rising Star" embodies the distinct aesthetic of the artists' collaboration. Specifically, Gene Tobey's Pueblo heritage melding with Rebecca Tobey's influence from abstract expressionism. Provenance: Property from a Cleveland, OH private collector. Purchased 7/18/99 McClure Gallery, Beaver Creek, CO.

        DuMouchelles
      • Gene And Rebecca Tobey (American, 1945-2006) Bronze Ca. 1995, "Winter Shaman, #31/40", H 15" W 11.5" Depth 6.75"
        Feb. 16, 2024

        Gene And Rebecca Tobey (American, 1945-2006) Bronze Ca. 1995, "Winter Shaman, #31/40", H 15" W 11.5" Depth 6.75"

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        On original black marble base, measuring H 16" x W 9.5" x D 7.5" overall. Signed, Numbered, and Dated on left leg. The stylized form depicts an abstracted figure of a bear rendered in bronze with the textural contrast of a gold patinated eagle on the torso and an anthropomorphic vision of the bear's spirit on his back. Like all of their works, "Winter Shaman" embodies the distinct aesthetic of the artists' collaboration. Specifically, Gene Tobey's Pueblo heritage melding with Rebecca Tobey's influence from abstract expressionism. Provenance: Property of Cleveland, OH private collector. Purchased 7/16/99 McClure Gallery, Beaver Creek, CO.

        DuMouchelles
      • REBECCA TOBEY "RUN WITH THE WIND" UNIQUE CERAMIC
        Apr. 30, 2023

        REBECCA TOBEY "RUN WITH THE WIND" UNIQUE CERAMIC

        Est: -

        Rebecca Tobey (Born 1948) "Run With The Wind" Unique Ceramic. From Mason, Texas, Rebecca Tobey, formerly a gallery director, and her husband Gene Tobey (1945 - 2006) created modernist animals that combine elements of abstraction and realism and have line drawings incised into the surfaces. Their work has ranged from small objects to a fifteen-foot bronze bear at the Law School of Baylor University. Artist: Rebecca Tobey Title: "Run With The Wind" Medium: Unique Ceramic Circa/Year: 2014 Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: Underside Approx. Net Weight: 7 lbs. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1558

        Bradford's
      • Gene Tobey (American, 1945-2006) & Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Bear, 1988
        Nov. 30, 2022

        Gene Tobey (American, 1945-2006) & Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Bear, 1988

        Est: $600 - $800

        Gene Tobey (American, 1945-2006) & Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Bear, 1988 Glazed ceramic 13 inches (33.0 cm) high Inscribed on proper left flank: © tobey / 88 Property from the Collection of Jack B. Harrod, Jr. HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture
        Nov. 06, 2022

        Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture

        Est: $400 - $500

        Rebecca Tobey polychrome bronze miniature sculpture - Buffalo and Rider. The miniature sculpture depicts an abstract man on a buffalo with etchings to the body of the buffalo. Marked Rebecca Tobey to the underside base and limited edition number of 150. Weight Approx., 1 lbs Measures Approx., 4.5 inches x 1.625 inches x 4.5 inches tall. Domestic Shipping: $25

        Taylor & Harris
      • Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Winged Bear, edition 30/40
        Nov. 01, 2022

        Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Winged Bear, edition 30/40

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Rebecca Tobey (American, b. 1948) Winged Bear, edition 30/40 bronze signed Tobey and numbered (base) height 17 1/2 x width 15 inches Property from the Collection of Leonard and Joan Horvitz, Moreland Hills, Ohio

        Hindman
      • Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture
        Jul. 17, 2022

        Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture

        Est: $400 - $500

        Rebecca Tobey polychrome bronze miniature sculpture - Buffalo and Rider. The miniature sculpture depicts an abstract man on a buffalo with etchings to the body of the buffalo. Marked Rebecca Tobey to the underside base and limited edition number of 150. Weight Approx., 1 lbs Measures Approx., 4.5 inches x 1.625 inches x 4.5 inches tall. Domestic Shipping: $25

        Taylor & Harris
      • Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture
        Mar. 06, 2022

        Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture

        Est: $500 - $700

        Rebecca Tobey polychrome bronze miniature sculpture - Buffalo and Rider. The miniature sculpture depicts an abstract man on a buffalo with etchings to the body of the buffalo. Marked Rebecca Tobey to the underside base and limited edition number of 150. Weight Approx., 1 lbs Measures Approx., 4.5 inches x 1.625 inches x 4.5 inches tall. Domestic Shipping: $25

        Taylor & Harris
      • Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture
        Nov. 14, 2021

        Rebecca Tobey Bronze Miniature Sculpture

        Est: $500 - $700

        Rebecca Tobey polychrome bronze miniature sculpture - Buffalo and Rider. The miniature sculpture depicts an abstract man on a buffalo with etchings to the body of the buffalo. Marked Rebecca Tobey to the underside base and limited edition number of 150. Weight Approx., 1 lbs Measures Approx., 4.5 inches x 1.625 inches x 4.5 inches tall. Domestic Shipping: $25

        Taylor & Harris
      • Rebecca Tobey, Group of Two Bronze Figures
        Nov. 06, 2021

        Rebecca Tobey, Group of Two Bronze Figures

        Est: $700 - $900

        Rebecca Tobey (b. 1948) Group of Two Bronze Figures polychrome bronze, editions 93 of 150 and 9 of 100 inscribed underside: Tobey / 92/150 inscribed underside: Tobey / 5/26/08 / 9/100

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Rebecca Tobey, Untitled (Buffalo and Rider)
        May. 29, 2021

        Rebecca Tobey, Untitled (Buffalo and Rider)

        Est: $400 - $600

        Rebecca Tobey (b. 1948) Untitled (Buffalo and Rider) polychrome bronze, edition 103 of 150 inscribed underside: Tobey / 103/150

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Rebecca Tobey, Untitled (Buffalo), 2012
        May. 29, 2021

        Rebecca Tobey, Untitled (Buffalo), 2012

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Rebecca Tobey (b. 1948) Untitled (Buffalo), 2012 fired clay, glazes inscribed underside: Rebecca / Tobey © / 2012

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Rebecca Tobey (b.1948) Art Pottery Sculpture
        Mar. 29, 2019

        Rebecca Tobey (b.1948) Art Pottery Sculpture

        Est: -

        Signed on the back. Excellent condition. Measures approximately 15.5 in. T. X 11 in. W. Bh14067

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Windwalker
        Aug. 11, 2017

        Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Windwalker

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        Artist: Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Title: Windwalker Inscribed left hind leg: Tobey ©1993 AC/25 Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 20 by 15 by 6 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • Sculpture, Rebecca and Gene Tobey
        Jul. 16, 2017

        Sculpture, Rebecca and Gene Tobey

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Rebecca and Gene Tobey (American, 1948/1945), Untitled (Figure Riding Bear), 1989, metal and ceramic sculpture, signed and dated on leg of bear, overall: 20.5"h x 19"w x 8"d

        Clars Auctions
      • TWO CERAMIC FIGURES BY GENE AND REBECCA TOBEY (B. 1945/48).
        Mar. 11, 2017

        TWO CERAMIC FIGURES BY GENE AND REBECCA TOBEY (B. 1945/48).

        Est: $100 - $300

        TWO CERAMIC FIGURES BY GENE AND REBECCA TOBEY (B. 1945/48). Brown ground buffalo with glazed black and white highlights. Blue ground bear with glazed yellow and white highlights. Both signed "Tobey S P". Tallest 10"h. Property from the Laurel B. Ebling Revocable Trust.

        Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Rebecca and Gene Tobey | The Watcher at Dunraven Pass
        Aug. 13, 2016

        Rebecca and Gene Tobey | The Watcher at Dunraven Pass

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Artist: Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Title: The Watcher at Dunraven Pass Signed Rear: Tobey © Media: Porcelain Dimensions: 20 by 21 by 9 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Keeper of Two Worlds
        Aug. 13, 2016

        Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Keeper of Two Worlds

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Artist: Rebecca and Gene Tobey | Title: Keeper of Two Worlds Inscribed Rear: Tobey 22/45 Media: Bronze Dimensions: 18 by 13 by 13 1/2 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • Gene & Rebecca Tobey (American 1945-2006) Bronze Buffalo
        Feb. 22, 2015

        Gene & Rebecca Tobey (American 1945-2006) Bronze Buffalo

        Est: $2,250 - $2,500

        Gene & Rebecca Tobey (American 1945-2006) Bronze Buffalo, 1989. Measures - 20" high x 19" wide x 12" deep. Numbered 2/15. Signed Tobey, dated 89.

        Bruce Kodner Galleries
      • GENE TOBEY (American, 1945-2006) and REBECCA TOBEY (Ame
        Nov. 20, 2010

        GENE TOBEY (American, 1945-2006) and REBECCA TOBEY (Ame

        Est: $4,000 - $6,400

        GENE TOBEY (American, 1945-2006) and REBECCA TOBEY (American, b.1948) Buffalo Ceramic 22 x 22 x 10 inches (55.9 x 55.9 x 25.4 cm) Signed on right flank: Tobey From 1985 until his death in 2005, Gene Tobey collaborated with his wife, Rebecca Tobey, on ceramics and bronzes depicting animals popularized in Native American legends - bears, birds, bison, deer, fish, horses, and snakes. Gene himself was the stuff of Indian country: born in Utah, he spent his early career teaching pottery and sculpture in Casper, Wyoming, and in Albany, Oregon. Later, he and Rebecca settled in Mason, Texas, producing both small-scale and monumental works, such as a 15-foot bronze bear for Baylor Law School. Distinguishing stylistic features of their work include mixed media, etched surfaces, and abstracted animal forms, all serving to reiterate themes of creation and mysticism. In Buffalo, for example, multiple sequential colors - white glaze blending into enamels into turquoise patina - suggests that the animal is being brought to life, infused with the visions painted on his back. The white coloration in Buffalo could also possibly allude to the rare white buffalo, especially prized in Plains Indian culture as a symbol of rebirth, unity, and peace. Equally totemic is the fascinating Animal Frieze Panel, where a herd of deer runs beneath a line of repeating fish, snakes, hands, and hunters. Here, the Tobeys' technique of etching stylized animal forms onto a flat surface recalls Prehistoric cave art, the animals functioning as talismans to ensure the successful hunt.

        Heritage Auctions
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