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b. 1927 - d. 2008

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      • Bob Wygant, American, Texas 1927-2008
        May. 04, 2024

        Bob Wygant, American, Texas 1927-2008

        Est: $100 - $25,000

        Bob Wygant, American, Texas 1927-2008, Still Morning, Acrylic On Board, Signed Lower Right, Altermann & Morris, Dallas, Houston, Gallery Labels Verso, 10 X 14 Inches, Wood Frame 18 X 22 X 2 Inches. See Photos For Additional Condition Information.

        J. Garrett Auctioneers
      • BOB WYGANT (TX, 1927-2008) 'COWBOY COFFEE TIME' LIMITED EDITION GICLEE
        Feb. 24, 2024

        BOB WYGANT (TX, 1927-2008) 'COWBOY COFFEE TIME' LIMITED EDITION GICLEE

        Est: $200 - $400

        Framed giclee on canvas, "Cowboy Coffee Time," signed lower left Bob Wygant (Robert Charles Wygant, Texas, 1927-2008), numbered 28/ 95, retaining certificate of authenticity issued by Somerset Fine Art, sight: approx 23 5/8"h, 34 5/8"w, overall: approx 28.75"h, 39 7/8"w, 8lbs

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • Bob Wygant, "Winter's Mood"
        Aug. 26, 2023

        Bob Wygant, "Winter's Mood"

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Painting

        Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC
      • Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Indian Summer
        May. 04, 2023

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Indian Summer

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Indian Summer acrylic on board signed Bob Wygant (lower right) 20 x 30 inches Property from a Corporate Art Collection, Oklahoma Provenance: Altermann & Morris Galleries, Dallas, Texas

        Hindman
      • Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Lost and Found
        May. 04, 2023

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Lost and Found

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Lost and Found acrylic on board signed Bob Wygant (lower right) 18 x 24 inches Property from a Corporate Art Collection, Oklahoma

        Hindman
      • Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Looking for Strays
        May. 04, 2023

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Looking for Strays

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Looking for Strays acrylic on board signed Bob Wygant (lower right) 18 x 24 inches Property from a Corporate Art Collection, Oklahoma

        Hindman
      • Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Pale Morning Mist
        May. 19, 2022

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Pale Morning Mist

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Pale Morning Mist acrylic on board signed Bob Wygant (lower right) 20 x 30 inches Property from the Collection of Robert P. Hunter, Jr. and Barbara Hunter, Alpharetta, Georgia Provenance: Altermann Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico

        Hindman
      • BOB WYGANT WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHE ON PAPER
        Jan. 17, 2022

        BOB WYGANT WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHE ON PAPER

        Est: $300 - $500

        BOB WYGANT (Texas, 1927-2008) watercolor and gouache on paper, oxen collar on log cabin. Signed lower right. Image measures 5.75" x 8.75". In a wood frame; 13.25" x 16" overall.

        O'Gallerie
      • Bob Wygant | Eagle Bluff
        Jun. 19, 2020

        Bob Wygant | Eagle Bluff

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        Artist: Bob Wygant | 1927-2008 TAPA Title: Eagle Bluff Signed l/r: Bob Wygant Media: Oil on panel Dimensions: 23 by 30 inches Condition: Very Good Condition details: This painting is in very good condition. With the unaided eye there are no issues. Closer inspection under ultraviolet light reveals normal fluorescence of artist's pigments, and no signs of restoration. The piece is framed in an ornate gold and brown frame with a brown suede liner and a brown fillet. The frame is in very good condition with normal wear. Goldplate: Eagle Bluff, Bob Wygant

        Altermann Galleries
      • Bob Wygant (1927-2008) Rain's Comin' 24 x 36in
        Mar. 17, 2020

        Bob Wygant (1927-2008) Rain's Comin' 24 x 36in

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Bob Wygant (1927-2008) Rain's Comin' signed 'BOB WYGANT TA' (lower right) acrylic on Masonite 24 x 36in For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • Bob Wygant (1927-2008), "Frio Crossing", acrylic on board, 10 x 14"
        Nov. 16, 2019

        Bob Wygant (1927-2008), "Frio Crossing", acrylic on board, 10 x 14"

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Bob Wygant (1927-2008), "Frio Crossing", acrylic on board, 10 x 14", frame: 22 x 18" A Texas painter, Bob Wygant creates traditional and romantic, panoramic western landscapes, often with diminished figures of cowboys on horses in river valleys against mountain backdrops. By age 13, he had determined to be an artist. He was offered many art scholarships to attend college but instead volunteered in 1945 for the next two years as a staff artist for the marines. In 1947, he entered the University of Texas in Austin and studied art on a G.I. Bill until the money ran out. Then he established a painting career in Houston with commissions from major oil companies such as Humble Oil Company and Creole Petroleum. For 16 years beginning 1960, he taught at the University of Houston becoming an Assistant Professor, and he also worked with the Houston Livestock Show as a judge of art submissions and scholarship applications. By 1976, he had so many commissions that he gave up teaching. Included were illustrations for True West, Saturday Evening Post and Fortune magazines. In 1981, he received Best of Show at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame.

        Vogt Galleries Texas
      • Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall
        Nov. 08, 2019

        Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Artist: Bob Wygant | 1927-2008 TAPA Title: Sitting Tall Signed l/r: Bob Wygant TA Media: Acrylic on panel Dimensions: 18 by 24 inhces

        Altermann Galleries
      • Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall
        May. 31, 2019

        Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Artist: Bob Wygant | 1927-2008 TAPA Title: Sitting Tall Signed l/r: Bob Wygant TA Media: Acrylic on panel Dimensions: 18 by 24 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • BOB WYGANT (1927-2008) TAKING A BREAK 16" X 20"
        Jan. 19, 2019

        BOB WYGANT (1927-2008) TAKING A BREAK 16" X 20"

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Framed oil painting on masonite, Taking a Break, signed lower right Bob Wygant (Robert Charles Wygant, Texas, 1927-2008), sight: 15.25"h, 19.25"w, overall: 24"h, 28"w, 11lbs Start Price: $2000.00

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • BOB WYGANT (AMERICAN, 1927-2008) LAST MOMENTS OF SUNLIGHT OIL ON MASONITE 18 X 2
        Nov. 08, 2018

        BOB WYGANT (AMERICAN, 1927-2008) LAST MOMENTS OF SUNLIGHT OIL ON MASONITE 18 X 2

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Bob Wygant (American, 1927-2008) Last Moments of Sunlight Oil on Masonite 18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm) Signed lower right: Bob Wygant / TA PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF COLLETTA RAY MCMILLIAN, HOUSTON, TEXAS PROVENANCE: Altermann & Morris Galleries, Houston, Texas; Collection of Colletta Ray McMillian, Houston, Texas, acquired from the above, 1990; Estate of the above. HID04901242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall
        Aug. 11, 2018

        Bob Wygant | Sitting Tall

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        Artist: Bob Wygant | 1927-2008 TAPA Title: Sitting Tall Signed l/r: Bob Wygant TA Medium: Acrylic on panel Dimensions: 18 by 24 inches

        Altermann Galleries
      • Bob Wygant (born 1927) Place of Solitude 16 x 25in overall: 22 1/4 x 31 1/4in
        Nov. 20, 2017

        Bob Wygant (born 1927) Place of Solitude 16 x 25in overall: 22 1/4 x 31 1/4in

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        Bob Wygant Place of Solitude signed 'Bob Wygant TA' (lower right) and titled (on the reverse) oil on panel 16 x 25in overall: 22 1/4 x 31 1/4in Footnotes Provenance Private collection, Pleasanton, California.

        Bonhams
      • BOB WYGANT (American, 1927-2008) River Walk Acrylic on
        May. 02, 2015

        BOB WYGANT (American, 1927-2008) River Walk Acrylic on

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        BOB WYGANT (American, 1927-2008) River Walk Acrylic on Masonite 30 x 40 inches (76.2 x 101.6 cm) Signed lower right: Bob Wygant PROVENANCE: Altermann & Morris Galleries, Houston, Texas.

        Heritage Auctions
      • BOB WYGANT, (Texan, 1927-2008), Barge Loading at Baytown, Acrylic on board, H 26 x W 39 inches.
        Feb. 07, 2015

        BOB WYGANT, (Texan, 1927-2008), Barge Loading at Baytown, Acrylic on board, H 26 x W 39 inches.

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        BOB WYGANT (Texan, 1927-2008) Barge Loading at Baytown Acrylic on board Signed lower right H 26 x W 39 inches.

        Morton Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • BOB WYGANT, (Texan, 1927-2008), Barge Loading at Baytown, Acrylic on board, H 26 x W 39 inches.
        Nov. 15, 2014

        BOB WYGANT, (Texan, 1927-2008), Barge Loading at Baytown, Acrylic on board, H 26 x W 39 inches.

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        BOB WYGANT (Texan, 1927-2008) Barge Loading at Baytown Acrylic on board Signed lower right H 26 x W 39 inches.

        Morton Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • Idle Time by Bob Wygant
        May. 03, 2014

        Idle Time by Bob Wygant

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        Idle Time by Bob Wygant - Edition Size: 15 - Giclee on Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 x 48 Release Date: 4-2005 ???.BOB WYGANT (1927 ? 2008) Bob Wygant held a special place in Texas and in the Western heritage he painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings came from his heart as much as from his brush. Breath-taking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still?creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist?s paintings. Wygant had said, "I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work.? From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, Wygant?s paintings brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations. After majoring in art at the University of Texas in Austin, he returned home to Houston to establish his career. Wygant?s first success was in commissions by some of the major oil companies in Texas. For several years, the artist worked quietly at home painting for his many clients. His images are in hundreds of homes throughout Texas and are treasured by every owner. Wygant?s growing reputation resulted in the University of Houston offering him a teaching position, where he inspired multitudes of students for 16 years. The artist also worked with the internationally-famous Houston Livestock Show in judging students? art and awarding scholarships?a way to give something back to the community. Bob Wygant?s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He was always driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush. Wygant passed away in 2008 after living for many years with his wife, Alla, in a small community north of Houston. He enjoyed a relaxed, rural life among the simple pleasures that he always loved to paint. Wygant, the man, and his outstanding talent will always be held in high esteem by the Western art world, which he so greatly influenced in his own, quiet way. Bob Wygant was such a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he created is in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.

        Artistic Findings
      • Pale Morning Mist by Bob Wygant
        May. 03, 2014

        Pale Morning Mist by Bob Wygant

        Est: $1,600 - $2,000

        Pale Morning Mist by Bob Wygant - Edition Size: 15 - Giclee on Canvas - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 x 36 Release Date: 4-2005 ???.BOB WYGANT (1927 ? 2008) Bob Wygant held a special place in Texas and in the Western heritage he painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings came from his heart as much as from his brush. Breath-taking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still?creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist?s paintings. Wygant had said, "I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work.? From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, Wygant?s paintings brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations. After majoring in art at the University of Texas in Austin, he returned home to Houston to establish his career. Wygant?s first success was in commissions by some of the major oil companies in Texas. For several years, the artist worked quietly at home painting for his many clients. His images are in hundreds of homes throughout Texas and are treasured by every owner. Wygant?s growing reputation resulted in the University of Houston offering him a teaching position, where he inspired multitudes of students for 16 years. The artist also worked with the internationally-famous Houston Livestock Show in judging students? art and awarding scholarships?a way to give something back to the community. Bob Wygant?s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He was always driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush. Wygant passed away in 2008 after living for many years with his wife, Alla, in a small community north of Houston. He enjoyed a relaxed, rural life among the simple pleasures that he always loved to paint. Wygant, the man, and his outstanding talent will always be held in high esteem by the Western art world, which he so greatly influenced in his own, quiet way. Bob Wygant was such a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he created is in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.

        Artistic Findings
      • Maverick by Bob Wygant
        May. 03, 2014

        Maverick by Bob Wygant

        Est: $990 - $1,240

        Maverick by Bob Wygant - Edition Size: 195 - Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 18 x 24 Release Date: 1-2008 ???.BOB WYGANT (1927 ? 2008) Bob Wygant held a special place in Texas and in the Western heritage he painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings came from his heart as much as from his brush. Breath-taking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still?creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist?s paintings. Wygant had said, "I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work.? From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, Wygant?s paintings brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations. After majoring in art at the University of Texas in Austin, he returned home to Houston to establish his career. Wygant?s first success was in commissions by some of the major oil companies in Texas. For several years, the artist worked quietly at home painting for his many clients. His images are in hundreds of homes throughout Texas and are treasured by every owner. Wygant?s growing reputation resulted in the University of Houston offering him a teaching position, where he inspired multitudes of students for 16 years. The artist also worked with the internationally-famous Houston Livestock Show in judging students? art and awarding scholarships?a way to give something back to the community. Bob Wygant?s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He was always driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush. Wygant passed away in 2008 after living for many years with his wife, Alla, in a small community north of Houston. He enjoyed a relaxed, rural life among the simple pleasures that he always loved to paint. Wygant, the man, and his outstanding talent will always be held in high esteem by the Western art world, which he so greatly influenced in his own, quiet way. Bob Wygant was such a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he created is in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.

        Artistic Findings
      • Refreshing Moment by Bob Wygant
        May. 03, 2014

        Refreshing Moment by Bob Wygant

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Refreshing Moment by Bob Wygant - Edition Size: 95 - Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 24 x 36 Release Date: 3-2006 ???.BOB WYGANT (1927 ? 2008) Bob Wygant held a special place in Texas and in the Western heritage he painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings came from his heart as much as from his brush. Breath-taking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still?creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist?s paintings. Wygant had said, "I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work.? From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, Wygant?s paintings brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations. After majoring in art at the University of Texas in Austin, he returned home to Houston to establish his career. Wygant?s first success was in commissions by some of the major oil companies in Texas. For several years, the artist worked quietly at home painting for his many clients. His images are in hundreds of homes throughout Texas and are treasured by every owner. Wygant?s growing reputation resulted in the University of Houston offering him a teaching position, where he inspired multitudes of students for 16 years. The artist also worked with the internationally-famous Houston Livestock Show in judging students? art and awarding scholarships?a way to give something back to the community. Bob Wygant?s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He was always driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush. Wygant passed away in 2008 after living for many years with his wife, Alla, in a small community north of Houston. He enjoyed a relaxed, rural life among the simple pleasures that he always loved to paint. Wygant, the man, and his outstanding talent will always be held in high esteem by the Western art world, which he so greatly influenced in his own, quiet way. Bob Wygant was such a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he created is in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.

        Artistic Findings
      • Idle Time by Bob Wygant
        May. 03, 2014

        Idle Time by Bob Wygant

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Idle Time by Bob Wygant - Edition Size: 95 - Giclee on Canvas - Signed & Numbered Dimensions: 24 x 48 Release Date: 4-2005 ???.BOB WYGANT (1927 ? 2008) Bob Wygant held a special place in Texas and in the Western heritage he painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings came from his heart as much as from his brush. Breath-taking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still?creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist?s paintings. Wygant had said, "I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work.? From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, Wygant?s paintings brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations. After majoring in art at the University of Texas in Austin, he returned home to Houston to establish his career. Wygant?s first success was in commissions by some of the major oil companies in Texas. For several years, the artist worked quietly at home painting for his many clients. His images are in hundreds of homes throughout Texas and are treasured by every owner. Wygant?s growing reputation resulted in the University of Houston offering him a teaching position, where he inspired multitudes of students for 16 years. The artist also worked with the internationally-famous Houston Livestock Show in judging students? art and awarding scholarships?a way to give something back to the community. Bob Wygant?s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He was always driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush. Wygant passed away in 2008 after living for many years with his wife, Alla, in a small community north of Houston. He enjoyed a relaxed, rural life among the simple pleasures that he always loved to paint. Wygant, the man, and his outstanding talent will always be held in high esteem by the Western art world, which he so greatly influenced in his own, quiet way. Bob Wygant was such a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he created is in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.

        Artistic Findings
      • A Quiet Moment
        Aug. 13, 2011

        A Quiet Moment

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        A Quiet Moment

        Altermann Galleries
      • 'After the Storm' by Bob Wygant signed and numbered limited edition framed print 1152/1500
        Jan. 08, 2011

        'After the Storm' by Bob Wygant signed and numbered limited edition framed print 1152/1500

        Est: -

        'After the Storm' by Bob Wygant signed and numbered limited edition framed print 1152/1500

        All American Auction
      • Bob Wygant
        Oct. 23, 2004

        Bob Wygant

        Est: $12,000 - $15,000

        Altermann Galleries
      • Bob Wygant
        May. 15, 2004

        Bob Wygant

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Altermann Galleries
      • Bob Wygant
        May. 19, 2001

        Bob Wygant

        Est: -

        Altermann Galleries
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