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Scratchin' High
Borein, Edward | Print | dry...
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26.62 | Sheet height: 9.5 in, Sheet width: 6 in, Frame height: 13.125 in, Frame width: 9.75 in, plate width: 4.625 in, Plate height: 7.1875 in | Scratchin' High | Gift of Mrs. William K. Laughlin | The task of breaking horses to ride them became transformed into the sports event of rodeo. In 1919 at the Calgary Stampede in Alberta, Canada, Borein sketched a bucking horse, "I-See-You". Later he made an etching of the dynamic scene and entitled it Scratchin' High. "Scratching" refers to keeping the feet moving in a kicking motion while riding a bucking horse. | Signed in pencil in LRC: Edward Borein. Verso, left center: Tommy. Verso, lower center: 11 x 15 1/4. | 26.62.jpg | Cowboy | Animal | Print | drypoint | etching | paper | Borein, Edward

Sitting Pretty #1
Borein, Edward | Print | dry...
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27.62 | sight height: 6.75 in, sight width: 4.875 in, Frame height: 12.125 in, Frame width: 10 in | Sitting Pretty #1 | Gift of Mrs. William K. Laughlin | Signed in pencil in LRC: Edward Borein | 27.62.jpg | Cowboy | Animal | Print | drypoint | paper | etching | Borein, Edward

The Overland Mail
Borein, Edward | Print | dry...
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5.94 | 1922 | H: 4.25 in, width: 10.125 in, Sheet height: 6.25 in, Sheet width: 12.25 in | The Overland Mail | Gift of the Family of Robert C. Bremner | [LRC:] EDWARD BOREIN./1922 [on back in pencil:] #577/Thur 2/21/ Brimmer | 5.94.jpg | 5.94.JPG | stagecoach | mail | Print | drypoint | paper | second state | etching | Borein, Edward

Blackfoot Women M...
Borein, Edward | Print | dry...
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18.65 | ca. 1922 | Image height: 6 in, Image width: 11 in, Frame height: 12.25 in, Frame width: 17 in | Blackfoot Women Moving Camp, No. 2 | Gift of Corliss C. and Audrienne H. Moseley | The subject of moving camp, traditionally the woman's duty, provided Borein with an opportunity to depict the Blackfoot women proudly riding horseback. The acquisition of horses not only facilitated a more rapid camp move, but also increased the distance bands could travel, and the quantity and variety of goods and household furnishings they could carry. | LR: Edward Borein | 18.65.jpg | 18.65.JPG | Group | Indian | Print | drypoint | etching | paper | Borein, Edward

Point Riders
Borein, Edward | Print | pap...
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7.68 | 1922 | sight height: 7.125 in, sight width: 11.5 in, Frame height: 14.5 in, Frame width: 19.25 in | Point Riders | Gift of I. Robert Kriendler in honor of Peter Kriendler. | LRC: Edward Borein, LRC: Edward Borein/1922 | 7.68.jpg | Animal | Group | Landscape | Cowboy | Print | paper | etching | drypoint | Borein, Edward