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      • Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Watching the Sunset
        May. 04, 2023

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Watching the Sunset

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Watching the Sunset oil on canvas signed Wooten (lower right); signed and titled (verso) 58 x 40 inches

        Hindman
      • Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Visit to the Louvre, 1999
        May. 04, 2023

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Visit to the Louvre, 1999

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Visit to the Louvre, 1999 oil on canvas signed Wooten (lower right); signed, titled and dated (verso) 56 x 60 inches

        Hindman
      • Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Two Scouts with Rifle
        May. 04, 2023

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Two Scouts with Rifle

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Walt Wooten (American, b. 1939) Two Scouts with Rifle oil on canvas signed Wooten (upper left); signed and titled (verso) 32 x 32 inches

        Hindman
      • Walt Wooten Blackfoot with Shotgun
        Apr. 22, 2023

        Walt Wooten Blackfoot with Shotgun

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Walt Wooten (Native American, b. 1939) Blackfoot with Shotgun Oil on canvas Signed Wooten, lower right Titled and signed, verso.

        Larsen Art Auction
      • Walt Wooten, Cottonwood and Canoe
        Nov. 05, 2022

        Walt Wooten, Cottonwood and Canoe

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Walt Wooten (b. 1939) Cottonwood and Canoe oil on canvas signed lower right: Wooten signed and titled verso: © Walt Wooten Cottonwood and Canoe

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Walt Wooten ( 1939 - ) Teepee III Oil on Canvas
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Walt Wooten ( 1939 - ) Teepee III Oil on Canvas

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas painting called "Teepee III," by artist Walt Wooten. The painting features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a Native American man wrapped in a Native trade blanket with an adornment decoration along his left side of the blanket standing in front of a teepee with the flap open on the other side of the teepee. The artist signature is seen in the bottom right hand corner of the panting. The back is marked as follows: Teepee III - copyright Walter D. Wooten. Provenance: This piece comes complete with the original gallery cards for The Squash Blossom gallery and Cogswell Gallery with purchase price of $1600. The condition of this framed oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 16 1/2" x 19 1/4" and the canvas measures 11" x 14".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten ( 1939 - ) A Sioux Indian Oil Painting
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Walt Wooten ( 1939 - ) A Sioux Indian Oil Painting

        Est: $1,400 - $2,400

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas painting called "A Sioux Indian," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The painting features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a cameo of a Sioux Indian man with a feather in his braided hair with adornments braided into the braids and a pipe bone choker around his neck. The artist signature is seen in the top left hand corner and the back is marked as follows: This is an original Walt Wooten - purchased 9/03 from his studio when still unfinished - A Sioux Indian - copyright Walt Wooten. Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this oil on canvas is good with some wear tot he top rim of the gilt paint on the frame but otherwise shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 13 5/8" x 15 3/4" and the measurements of the canvas is 8" x 10".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten (1939-) Teepee #1 Oil on Canvas
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Walt Wooten (1939-) Teepee #1 Oil on Canvas

        Est: $1,400 - $2,400

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas called "Teepee #1," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a teepee set up in a high desert setting that shows two logs holding the teepee open and is signed in the bottom right hand corner. The back is marked with: this is an original Walt Wooten - purchased from his studio 9/03, while still unfinished - Study to a Teepee #1 - copyright Walt Wooten. Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 15 3/4" x 13 1/2" and the canvas measures 10" x 8".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten (1939-) Early Morning Water Bearer
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Walt Wooten (1939-) Early Morning Water Bearer

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas called "Early Morning Water Bearer II," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a Native woman with a trade cloth shawl wrapped around her neck and carrying a large water pottery vessel on her head and shows the artist signature in the bottom left hand corner of the painting. The back is marked with a The Squash Blossom identifying tag that reads: The Squash Blossom - Walt Wooten - Early Morning Water Bearer II - Oil - $1600. This painting also features a tag form the Codswell Gallery confirming the purchase price of $1600. Provenance: the painting was purchased from The Squash Blossom out of Colorado Springs in 2018 for $1600 by Judy McDonald (The piece includes the written record of the sale in receipt form). Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this framed oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 19 1/2" x 16 1/2" and the canvas measurements are 14" x 11".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten ( 1939 -) Pawnee w/ Peace Medal
        Oct. 22, 2022

        Walt Wooten ( 1939 -) Pawnee w/ Peace Medal

        Est: $1,400 - $2,400

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas painting called "Pawnee w/ Peace Medal," by Walt Wooten born in 1939. The painting features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a cameo of a Pawnee Indian male with a feather in his hair and hoop earrings in his ears and shows a "Peace Medal" handing on his chest from a trade cloth loop around his neck. The artist signature can be seen in the top left hand corner of the painting. The back of the paintings frame is marked: This is an original Walt Wooten - Purchased 9/03 from his studio while still unfinished - Pawnee w/ Peace Medal - copyright Walt Wooten. Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this framed oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 15 5/8" x 13 5/8" and the canvas measures 10" x 8".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten (1939-) A Crow Indian Oil Painting
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Walt Wooten (1939-) A Crow Indian Oil Painting

        Est: $900 - $1,800

        Featured in this lot is this oil painting called "A Crow Indian," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The painting is wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a cameo of a Crow Indian wearing a trade blanket and shows pipe bone decorated necklace. The artist signature can be seen in the upper right hand corner and is marked on the back: A Crow Indian - This is an original piece - Walt Wooten 4/2000. Walt Wooten is the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw, Wooten knows the tension of both worlds. Wooten studied art at the Art Institute of Chicago, which also holds an impressive share of classical art. In the ’60s, Wooten was associated with Chicago figurative painters Jim Nutt, Gladys Nilsson and Roger Brown, who presented cartoon-style narratives often with violent or sexual content. Wooten, though, did not share their style or subject matter, and instead developed his own, more classically figurative style. The condition of this framed oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 13 1/8" x 15 1/8" and the canvas measures 10" x 8".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten (1939-) Early Morning Water Bearer
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Walt Wooten (1939-) Early Morning Water Bearer

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas called "Early Morning Water Bearer II," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a Native woman with a trade cloth shawl wrapped around her neck and carrying a large water pottery vessel on her head and shows the artist signature in the bottom left hand corner of the painting. The back is marked with a The Squash Blossom identifying tag that reads: The Squash Blossom - Walt Wooten - Early Morning Water Bearer II - Oil - $1600. This painting also features a tag form the Codswell Gallery confirming the purchase price of $1600. Provenance: the painting was purchased from The Squash Blossom out of Colorado Springs in 2018 for $1600 by Judy McDonald (The piece includes the written record of the sale in receipt form). Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this framed oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 19 1/2" x 16 1/2" and the canvas measurements are 14" x 11".

        North American Auction Company
      • Walt Wooten (1939-) Teepee #1 Oil on Canvas
        Aug. 13, 2022

        Walt Wooten (1939-) Teepee #1 Oil on Canvas

        Est: $1,400 - $2,400

        Featured in this lot is this oil on canvas called "Teepee #1," by artist Walt Wooten born in 1939. The artwork features a wonderfully and professionally crafted oil on canvas construction that features a teepee set up in a high desert setting that shows two logs holding the teepee open and is signed in the bottom right hand corner. The back is marked with: this is an original Walt Wooten - purchased from his studio 9/03, while still unfinished - Study to a Teepee #1 - copyright Walt Wooten. Walt Wooten has been painting throughout his life. Ten years ago he began to focus on bringing the vivid images of Native American Peoples to canvas. He grew up in Chicago, the son of a minister, and the grandson of a full-blooded Choctaw Indian. His own Native American heritage, the topic of many dinner conversations and boyhood dreams, nourished his fascination with Native American Culture. Walt's childhood was spent drawing horses and copying photographs of saddles from the Sears catalog. He won several scholarships in school for his artistic talent. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago and Roosevelt Universary. He also studied with Don Baum at the Hyde Park Center. The Southwestern influence has been a major theme throughout his career. All of his work shares startling color and uncluttered composition. Through influences of John Singer Sargent, Milton Avery, and Fritz Scholder, his contemporary style has evolved. Walt has exhibited across the United States and is represented presently by: Hampton Gallery; Santa Fe, NM; Squash Blossom Galleries, Aspen and Vail, CO; Styria Gallery, Locust Valley, NY; Denver Buffalo Company, Denver, CO; American West Gallery, Chicago, IL; and Carmen Rodesly, Houston, TX. The condition of this oil on canvas is good with no obvious signs of damage and shows good overall condition. The measurements of this framed oil on canvas is 15 3/4" x 13 1/2" and the canvas measures 10" x 8".

        North American Auction Company
      • WALT (WALTER) WOOTEN (BORN 1939): TAOS LANDSCAPE
        Jan. 06, 2022

        WALT (WALTER) WOOTEN (BORN 1939): TAOS LANDSCAPE

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        oil on canvas; signed lower left; signed verso; 48 x 52 inches;

        Abell Auction
      • Walt Wooten (American b. 1939), East Side Ice, Oil on Board, Unframed, Mat: 19 x 24-1/4 inches
        Mar. 02, 2021

        Walt Wooten (American b. 1939), East Side Ice, Oil on Board, Unframed, Mat: 19 x 24-1/4 inches

        Est: $200 - $400

        Walt Wooten (American b. 1939), East Side Ice, Oil on Board, Unframed, Mat: 19 x 24-1/4 inches

        Weschler's
      • Walt Wooten 'Warrior on Horseback' Oil Painting
        Jan. 30, 2020

        Walt Wooten 'Warrior on Horseback' Oil Painting

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Walt Wooten, New Mexico (b. 1939) Large oil on canvas of 'Warrior on Horseback', brilliant colors, signed on verso. Measures 74"H x 56.5"W framed; 65"H x 46"W unframed. Condition report: no issues, good condition, see photos. Please examine all photos closely. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. This lot cannot be shipped in house. Please contact our third party shippers for quotes.

        Abington Auction Gallery
      • Walt Wooten, Untitled (Adobe Scene with Mother)
        Nov. 09, 2019

        Walt Wooten, Untitled (Adobe Scene with Mother)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        WALT WOOTEN (b. 1939) Untitled (Adobe Scene) oil on canvas signed upper right: Walt Wooten inscribed verso: © Walt D. Wooten Dimensions: 63 x 64 x 1 inches Private Collection, Illinois

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Walt Wooten Piegan Warrior
        Oct. 26, 2019

        Walt Wooten Piegan Warrior

        Est: $1,000 - $3,000

        Walt Wooten (Native American, b. 1939) 'Piegan Warrior' Oil on canvas; Signed Wooten, lower right

        Larsen Art Auction
      • Walt Wooten | Moonlight Mustangs
        Jan. 18, 2018

        Walt Wooten | Moonlight Mustangs

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Artist: Walt Wooten |b. 1939 Title: Moonlight Mustangs Signed l/r: Wooten Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 38 by 40 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • Walt Wooten | Not Much Daylight Left
        Aug. 15, 2015

        Walt Wooten | Not Much Daylight Left

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        Artist: Walt Wooten b. 1939 | Title: Not Much Daylight Left | Signed l/r: Wooten | Media: Oil on canvas, unframed | Dimensions: 50 by 50 inches

        Altermann Galleries
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