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    • MICHAEL UNTIEDT OIL ON CANVAS
      Jan. 22, 2024

      MICHAEL UNTIEDT OIL ON CANVAS

      Est: $600 - $800

      MICHAEL UNTIEDT (Colorado, b.1952) oil on canvas, "Flow of Living Water," canyon river landscape at sunset. Initialed lower right, signed and titled verso, dated 2006. Label attached verso from Chaparral Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana and Manny's of Denver. Image measures 20" x 24", frame measures 27.25" x 31.25".

      O'Gallerie
    • Michael Ome Untiedt, Church at Lamy NM, 2001
      Nov. 11, 2023

      Michael Ome Untiedt, Church at Lamy NM, 2001

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Michael Ome Untiedt (b. 1953) Church at Lamy NM, 2001 oil on canvas inscribed verso: MT / ©2001 / Mike Untiedt

      Santa Fe Art Auction
    • Michael Ome Untiedt (Born 1952) Original Painting
      May. 24, 2023

      Michael Ome Untiedt (Born 1952) Original Painting

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Michael Ome Untiedt (Colorado, Born 1952) Original Oil Painting on Canvas. Title: From The Huerfano, View From Badito. Measures 20 x 16 inches image size and 27 x 23 inches framed. No damage or repairs. Purchased for $1,800. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

      Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
    • Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Night Herd, 2010
      May. 04, 2023

      Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Night Herd, 2010

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Night Herd, 2010 oil on board signed MU (lower right); signed, titled and dated (verso) 16 x 20 inches Property from a New Mexico Collector

      Hindman
    • Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Adobe Near San Luis Colorado, With Approaching Storm, 1997
      May. 06, 2021

      Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Adobe Near San Luis Colorado, With Approaching Storm, 1997

      Est: $600 - $800

      Michael Untiedt (American, b. 1952) Adobe Near San Luis Colorado, With Approaching Storm, 1997 oil on canvas signed MU (lower right) 11 x 14 inches Property from the Collection of Mr. David Torgerson, Denver, Colorado

      Hindman
    • MICHAEL UNTIEDT OIL ON CANVAS (Colorado, born 1952
      Oct. 24, 2017

      MICHAEL UNTIEDT OIL ON CANVAS (Colorado, born 1952

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      MICHAEL UNTIEDT OIL ON CANVAS (Colorado, born 1952) "Flow of Living Water," canyon river landscape at sunset. Initialed lower right, signed again and titled verso, dated 2006. Label attached verso from Chaparral Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana. Image measures 20" x 24". In a wood frame; 27.25" x 31.25" overall.

      O'Gallerie
    • Lone Star Moonlight, by Michael Ome Untiedt
      Aug. 13, 2016

      Lone Star Moonlight, by Michael Ome Untiedt

      Est: $4,000 - $4,250

      I had a naive early upbringing with art.  I taught myself to paint and draw after graduating from college, living in an old pickup truck and traveling about.  I recall pulling into "Trade Days" down in the small towns of Texas, a place I hung out a lot, attempting to sell my sketches and paintings for $5-$10 each.  A Trade Day was sort of a countrified flea market, people selling everything from washing machines to goats and cattle…I didn't know any better.  My trusty Gibson J-50 kept me company, and I would pass time playing guitar, as there weren't a lot of washing machine-goat-cattle buyers wanting to stop and view let alone buy some long haired rounder's pictures.  During one of these trade days I met an aged fiddle player, he only had three fingers on his fingering hand, named Orville Bess.  Orville would break out his fiddle and we would play music together.  A lot more washing machine-goat-cattle buyers would stop and listen, though they still didn't do much art lookin'.  Orville was from the little town of Sunset, Texas, nothing more than a wide spot in the road.  I remember there was a business credited to the town, a guy named Jack made walking sticks out of bull penises, for which he was noted and held in great acclaim.  Several times I made sketches of a Texaco filling station in Sunset.  It is from those sketches and memories that I return again and again to the "Lone Star" image; the nimbleness of a crippled fiddle hand and the multiple complexities of livestock and their various body parts.  Those were the days of "Lone Star" when what filled my heart and soul took precedence over what was trendy and acceptable.  My prayers are that I never left that behind!

      Western Masters Art Show & Sale
    • Stampede with Four Horsemen; Like a Memory They Flee, by Michael Ome Untiedt
      Aug. 22, 2015

      Stampede with Four Horsemen; Like a Memory They Flee, by Michael Ome Untiedt

      Est: $6,400 - $7,400

      Inspired by the Bierstadt painting The Overland Trail (1871); I used his sky colors to work on a sundown painting. I find these type of paintings very difficult, as usually I mute the colors too much. We get this type of light a lot here on the Front Range when storm fronts blow in from the east late in the afternoon. I used the metaphor of a stampede and four horsemen to allow the viewer to ponder their secular/nonsecular philosphies. I personally find views to the west to have iconic and symbolic strengths and mysteries...I guess from Irish influences! What more capable hands can this symbolism be placed than in the grasp of a leather pulling cowboy? -M.U.

      Western Masters Art Show & Sale
    • Striking the Western Plain, by Michael Ome Untiedt
      Aug. 22, 2015

      Striking the Western Plain, by Michael Ome Untiedt

      Est: $1,500 - $1,875

      Oil on linen nocturne painting.

      Western Masters Art Show & Sale
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