Western Art Books
 
  Title/Author   Description   Price

Arizona Anthem by Blair Morton Armstrong

  Over 540 pages with a by foreword Lowell Thomas and historical introductions by Dr. Charles C. Colley. A compilation of Arizona poetry spanning over 300 years, including works by Blair Morton Armstrong, Patricia Benton, Maynard Dixon, Hurlstone Fairchild, and many more.  

Hard cover $75

 

 

           

Frederic Remington text by Peter Hassrick

 

out of stock

  210 pages including 94 paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Frederic Remington in the Amon Carter Museum and the Sid W. Richardson Foundation Collections.  

Hard cover with dust jacket $45

 

 

           
Kachina Dolls: The Art of Hopi Carving by Helga Teiwes   !44 pages including images of various Hopi artists and Kachina dolls. An in depth look at the Kachina dolls history and evolution, carving techniques,  and background information.  

Soft cover $25

 

 

           

Ross Stefan:An impressionistic painter of the Contemporary Southwest by John K. Goodman, Forward by Clay Lockett

Out of Stock

  Expanded edition of artist Ross Stefan and his work. Includes 40 color images of his oils as well as various black and white drawings.  

Hardcover with dust jacket

$25

 

           
Ed Ainsworth The Cowboy in Art

The Cowboy in Art by Ed Ashworth, Foreword by John Wayne  

  A Complete history of cowboy art and artists. Over 30 pages including over 100 black and white and colored images from various artists.  

Good Condition

Hardcover with dust jacket

$35

 

 

           
The New Deal in the Southwest

The New Deal in the Southwest:

Arizona and New Mexico by Peter Bermingham The University of Arizona

  A 67 page catalogue of an exhibition organized by the University of Arizona. The Exhibition was a collection of paintings, prints, and watercolors that were executed by various artists including Kate Cory, Phillip Curtis, Lon Megargee, David Swing, Marjorie Thomas, and Gunnar Widforss, in the 1930s for a variety of federal arts projects.  

Soft cover $35

 

 

           
Joseph Imhof Artist of the Pueblos-Reily

Joseph Imhof-Artist of the Pueblos by Nancy Hopkins Reily with Lucille Enix

Sunstone Press-Santa Fe

1990

  A biography of Joesph Imhof, master lithographer and painter of the American Pueblo Indians from 1907 to 1955. 448 pages,  48 color plates.  

Used-Good condition with protected dust jacket. $75

 

 

           
Promise Bozemans Trail to Destiny by Serle L Chapman Promise-Bozeman's Trail to Destiny by Serle L. Chapman  

A unique historical look at the establishment of and conflicts along the historic Bozeman Trail.  Chapman's stunning photographs of the Bozeman Trail today are combined with archive images to illustrate historical diaries.

  • Hardcover: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Bear Print ( 2004)
  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 8.5 x 1.3 inches

 

 

Dust jacket-like new

 

 

 

           
Painters of the desert by ed ainsworth Painters of the Desert by Ed Ainsworth  

A glimpse at some of the artists who captured the American desert thru there

paintings. Artist include Maynard Dixon, John Hilton, James Swinnerton, Cylde Forsythe, Conrad Buff along with several others. Published in 1960 this 111 page hardcover includes many images from the all the artists as well.

 

Used- Good condition $60

 

 

           
california Impressionists

California Impressionists text by Susan Landauer with additional essays by Donald D. Keyes and Jean Stern

 

A catalouge for an exhibit put together by the Georgia Museum of Arts and Irvine Museum in 1996 to celebrate 40 California impressionists who worked from the turn of the 20th century through the beginning of the Great Depression. The Artists include well know California artists Maurice Braun and Guy Rose as well as other artists working in the region such as Childe Hassam and William Merritt Chase. This full colored book includes essays by Susan Landauer, and independent scholar specializing in the art of California; Donald D. Keyes, curator of paintings at the Georgia Museum of Art; and Jean Stern, executive director of The Irvine Museum. Both the book and exhibit were presented as part of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games Cultural Olympiad.

 

Dust Jaket- Like New

$40

 

           
Marjorie Reed Exhibition-Sale Catalog All Aboard! Sale and Exhibition Catalog  

Over fifty paintings from the Blue Coyote Gallery's 2009 Marjorie Reed Sale and Exhibition are featured in this catalog.  Included are six paintings from the original California Butterfield collection.  Essay by Gary Fillmore

 

Size: 11" x 8.5 "

Softcover, 38 pages, 55 color plates, 35 B&W photos, 65 sketches

PublisherBlue Coyote Gallery

 

Soft Cover

$25

 

 

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