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In Sunlight Basin
Coleman, Michael | Painting ...
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11.00 | 2000 | Frame height: 49.25 in, Frame width: 59.25 in, frame depth: 4.5 in, H: 40 in, width: 50 in | In Sunlight Basin | Gift of Anne Young and Jim Nielson | "I inhale the natural world and love it most when it's moody, stormy, wet, snowy and dusky-colored," said Michael Coleman in the 2000 Patrons Ball catalogue. In Coleman's painting, a majestic bull elk and his harem stand in the dramatic scenery of Sunlight Basin, northwest of Cody, Wyoming, in the Absaroka Mountains. | reverse L frame: MC 121798-1 ZZk RD-BL / 40X50 AM434 WH NO LINER. adhesive tage reverse L frame: MEYER GALLERY / 305 Main St., P.O. Box 1756 / Park City, UT 84060 / 800-649-8180 or 435-649-8160 | 11.00.jpg | 11.00.web.jpg | 11.00.jpg | alpine landscape | elk | Painting | oil on board | Coleman, Michael

(Winter sketch of...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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79.67 | H: 12.25 in, width: 18.5 in, Frame height: 14.75 in, Frame width: 20.875 in, frame depth: 2 in | (Winter sketch of prairie, bare trees and mountains) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 79.67.jpg | 79.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Sketch ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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10.67 | unknown | H: 12.125 in, width: 18.375 in, Frame height: 14.625 in, Frame width: 21 in | Untitled (Sketch of cow) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 10.67.jpg | 10.67.JPG | Animal | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Tent ca...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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67.67 | date unknown | H: 12.25 in, width: 18.375 in, Frame height: 17.5 in, Frame width: 23.5 in, frame depth: 1.875 in | Untitled (Tent camp with fireplace and utensils with forest background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 67.67.JPG | 67.67.jpg | 67.67.jpg | Other | Landscape | tent | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Log ran...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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64.67 | 1908 | H: 12.125 in, width: 16.125 in, Frame height: 14.375 in, Frame width: 18.625 in | Untitled (Log ranch buildings, haystack and pole fence) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 64.67.jpg | 64.67.JPG | Other | buildings, fence | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Frederic Remington (1861–1909) Untitled (Log ranch buildings, haystack and pole fence) 1908, oil on board Gift of The Coe Foundation 64.67 | Remington, Frederic

Free Trapper
Clymer, John | Painting | oi...
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6.74 | 1967 | H: 17.5 in, width: 21.5 in, Frame height: 26.75 in, Frame width: 30.625 in | Free Trapper | Gift of H. Peter Kriendler in honor of Jack, Mac and Bob Kriendler | A free trapper often faced severe hardship, but Clymer's painting idealizes the life of an independent mountain man. The free trapper - one not bound to a single company - rides into a light-filled valley. | LL: John Clymer | Provenance: Made in 1967 | 6.74.JPG | Figure | Painting | oil on board | Clymer, John

(Impressionistic ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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82.67 | H: 18 in, width: 12 in, Frame height: 20.375 in, Frame width: 14.375 in, frame depth: 1.875 in | (Impressionistic winter scene of New England farm barn, bare trees, hill and snow background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 82.67.jpg | 82.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Casa Grande Ruin
Stanley, John Mix | Painting...
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1.99 | 1846 | H: 9.875 in, width: 12.875 in, Frame height: 12.25 in, Frame width: 15.625 in | Casa Grande Ruin | Gift of George M. Stanley (grandson of the artist) and Family | During the Mexican War, Col. Stephen Kearny marched troops from Santa Fe to California. A scientific staff, with Stanley as the artist, accompanied the Army of the West. Stanley's sketches of landscapes, Indians, and plants were published in the expedition's official report. Stanley sketched these ruins on November 10, 1846 at 3 p.m. | verso on board, handwritten at top: This ruins of the/ (first two words crossed through) the famous Casa Grande/ the founders of which are unknown [center, handwritten:] Nov, 10 (superscript and underlined) th 1846 3 O,clock P.M. [label, ULC:] (written at top:) Rec'd back from (arrow pointing downward) on 80-12-4 (printed) PHOENIX ART MUSEUM/ 1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85004/ Exhibition: Visitors to Arizona 1846 to 1980/ Itinerary: Phoenix Art Museum/ September 6 to October 12, 1980/ Tucson Museum of Art/ October 19 to November 30, 1980/ Catalogue # (x'd through) 2 (x'd through) 3 2 [paper label, URC:] JOHN MIX STANLEY (1814-1872) (underlined) CASA GRANDE RUIN 1846/ OIL ON BOARD/ COLLECTION GEORGE M. STANLEY [label left side above center, typewritten:] "The ruins of the/ (crossed through) The Famous Casa Grande/ the founders of which are unknown/ Nov, 10 (superscript) th 1846 3 O,clock P.M." by John Mix Stanley [typewritten label, right side above center:] You asked about cleaning the JMS picture. Actually/ they were all most expertly cleaned at the Corcoran Gallery/ before I bought them, by their very well trained restorer./ But they had been lying in a barn in Virginia for 50 years/ or so, and got so fly specked that he couldn't do a better/ job on them without removing a lot of the paint. If it has/ gotten a little dusty since, a little lukewarm ivory soap-/ suds would be alright to sponge it with. But I think it/ should be sponged again with clear water to rinse off the/ seeds, and then wiped gently with a clean soft cloth." [typewritten label, bottom center:] This picture was a Christmas present (1952) to George Stanley from his/ sister Alice Acheson./ It is the original for the plate opposite page 82/ in Lieut. Emory's report: W.H. Emory: "Notes on a military reconnaisance from Fort Leavenworth in/ Missouri, to San Diego, California (Made in 1846-1847 with the advance/ guard of the Army of the West.)" Alice's letter of 14 August 1966 to GMS explains the source of the picture:/ "The way I came by them was a set of 14 pictures similar to yours had/ come into the Corcoran to be cleaned. And the people of the Gallery called me, as/ they thought I would like to come in to see them./ They had apparently been (next word underlined) given to Col. Emory by JMS. . . . . Anyway, I went down to see the picture and/ made complete notes about them all for my files. Only after I got home did it/ occur to me to try to buy them all, and then keep ones for you and Sally and Jack/ and myself, and sell the rest at a slightly increased price to pay for the ones/ I kept! This I did do. So that the present I gave you didn't really cost me/ anything you see." [white label LLC frame:] PHOENIX ART/ MUSEUM/ L.204.80 | 1.99.jpg | 1.99.jpg | 1.99.jpg | 1.99.jpg | 1.99.web.jpg | Casa Grande | general ruins | Landscape | explorers | Col. Stephen Kearny | Mexican War | Painting | oil on board | John Mix Stanley (1814-1872) Casa Grande Ruin 1846, oil on board Gift of George M. Stanley (grandson of the artist) and Family, 1.99 During the Mexican War, Col. Stephen Kearny marched troops from Santa Fe to California. A scientific staff, with Stanley as the artist, accompanied the army. Stanley's sketches of landscapes, Indians, and plants were used to illustrate the expedition's official report. | John Mix Stanley (1814-1872) Ruins of the Casa Grande 1847, oil on academy board Gift of George M. Stanley (grandson of the artist) and family, 1.99 One of the most interesting sights witnessed by the Kearny expedition was this three-story adobe ruin of an ancient Sonoran Desert people. This exciting archaeological discovery was referred to as the Casa Grande. No one on the expedition was certain about the history of the buildings, with Stanley inscribing on the back of the painting, "The founders of which are unknown." | Stanley, John Mix

Brothers of the D...
Coleman, Michael | Painting ...
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13.86 | 1986 | H: 23.875 in, width: 29.875 in, Frame height: 34.25 in, Frame width: 40.25 in | Brothers of the Deer | William E. Weiss Purchase Award - 1986 Buffalo Bill Art Show | "Brothers of the deer refers to the ravens in the painting. The ravens were in many cases spotted on the horizon, preceding the migration of the great herds of caribou, and called brothers of the deer by northern tribes," wrote the artist about this scene on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. | LR: c. Michael Coleman/1.9.8.6 VIII | 13.86.JPG | 13.86.jpg | Animal | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Coleman, Michael

William Frederick...
Unknown | Painting | oil on ...
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24.93 | H: 8.625 in, width: 9.5 in | William Frederick Cody | on back: William Frederick/Cody/ 1843-1917 | Image does not resemble W.F. Cody, per Sarah E. Boehme. | 24.93.JPG | Cody, W.F. | Painting | oil on board | Unknown

(Winter scene of ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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78.67 | H: 18.375 in, width: 12.25 in, Frame height: 20.75 in, Frame width: 14.75 in, frame depth: 2 in | (Winter scene of snow covered log cabin, man on snow shoes at door, spruce trees in back) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 78.67.jpg | 78.67.JPG | Other | Figure | cabin | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Slide Mountain
Parker, Geoff | Painting | o...
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13.96 | 1995 | H: 10 in, width: 13 in, Frame height: 14 in, Frame width: 17 in | Slide Mountain | Gift of Walter Christie | 1995 Patrons Ball prize. | LRC: GParker | 13.96.jpg | 13.96.jpg | mountain | Painting | oil on board | Parker, Geoff

Sugar Camp
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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81.67 | 1909 | H: 12 in, width: 16 in, Frame height: 14.375 in, Frame width: 18.5 in | Sugar Camp | Gift of The Coe Foundation | LRC: Frederic Remington | 81.67.jpg | 81.67.JPG | Landscape | Other | cabin | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Sketch ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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14.67 | 1908 | H: 12.125 in, width: 18.375 in, Frame height: 14.625 in, Frame width: 2.875 in, frame depth: 1.75 in | Untitled (Sketch of high prairie and mountains) | Gift of The Coe Foundation. | 14.67.jpg | 14.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (River, ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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45.67 | unknown | H: 12.5 in, width: 18.5 in, Frame height: 17.125 in, Frame width: 23.375 in | Untitled (River, prairie and mountain background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 45.67.jpg | 45.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (White h...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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27.67 | Unknown | H: 9 in, width: 12 in, Frame height: 11.5 in, Frame width: 14.5 in | Untitled (White horse, green grass and trees) | Gift of The Coe Foundation. | Unframed 6/81 | 27.67.jpg | 27.67.JPG | Landscape | Animal | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Impress...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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90.67 | unknown | H: 12 in, width: 16 in, Frame height: 14.5 in, Frame width: 18.5 in | Untitled (Impressionistic scene of pine forest, blue sky, lake and yellow foreground) | Credit Line: Gift of The Coe Foundation. | 90.67.jpg | 90.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

When Wagons Meant...
Russell, Charles M. | Painti...
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3.93 | 1900 | Frame height: 17.75 in, Frame width: 23.625 in, H: 12.25 in, width: 18.125 in | When Wagons Meant Plunder | Bequest of Lewis B. Maytag, Jr | In 1900 Russell experienced stability in his life; he and wife Nancy moved into their own home. In his art he developed characteristic compositions and began to lighten his palette. Russell portrayed a group stalking an enemy in the distance by using a compositional device of a pyramid-shaped rock which anchors the painting. Russell depicted this scene, as well as many others, from the viewpoint of the Indian. | LLC: C M Russell (buffalo skull) 1900 | 3.93.jpg | 3.93.JPG | wagon train | Indians | Painting | oil on board | Charles M. Russell was not only the favorite son of Montana, he came to personify the West itself. His works were immensely popular because of their narrative subject matter, romantic style, and thrilling action, as well as his ability to convincingly create fictionalized history. In this painting and many others, Russell depicted the scene from the viewpoint of its Indian subjects, inverting the more common narrative that placed Euro-Americans as the protagonists. | Russell, Charles M.

Mark Soldier Wolf
Matteson, Deanna | Painting ...
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9.03 | 2003 | H: 24 in, width: 18.75 in, Frame height: 32 in, Frame width: 26.625 in, frame depth: 1.125 in | Mark Soldier Wolf | William E. Weiss Memorial Fund Purchase | With precise detail, Matteson depicts a regal portrait of Mark Soldier Wolf in his striking dance regalia. According to Soldier Wolf, a traditional Arapaho Powwow Dancer from Wind River, Wyoming, "The Arapaho believe that no one plans their life journey, you just take what is given to you; life will continue to exist before this time and after this time. Life is short and death is sweet." | 9.03.jpg | 9.03.jpg | Soldier Wolf, Mark | Painting | oil on board | Matteson, Deanna

(Impressionistic ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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87.67 | H: 16.125 in, width: 12 in, Frame height: 18.5 in, Frame width: 14.5 in, frame depth: 2 in | (Impressionistic scene of birches and dense woods) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | 87.67.jpg | 87.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Ranch, ...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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69.67 | unknown | H: 12 in, width: 16.125 in, Frame height: 14.5 in, Frame width: 18.5 in | Untitled (Ranch, haystack, wagon, mountain in background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation. | In September of 1908, Remington came to Cody as Buffalo Bill's guest at the TE Ranch on the Southfork. During his stay, Remington spent his days exploring and painting the local scenery. | 69.67.jpg | 69.67.JPG | Other | transportation | barn | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

(Sketch of birchb...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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9.67 | H: 12.125 in, width: 18.375 in, Frame height: 17.25 in, Frame width: 23.375 in, frame depth: 1.625 in | (Sketch of birchbark canoe anchored against background of trees) | Gift of The Coe Foundation | LRC: Frederic Remington | 9.67.jpg | 9.67.JPG | 9.67.web.jpg | 9.67.jpg | canoe | Landscape | Other | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Green d...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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37.67 | unknown | H: 12.25 in, width: 18.5 in, Frame height: 14.75 in, Frame width: 21.125 in | Untitled (Green desert, snow covered mountains in background) | Gift of The Coe Foundation. | Exhibition catalog: RRR Remington & Russell Revisited: Celebrating the Arts of Two Masters, Brian W. Dippie, Guest Curator, National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2007, page 23 | 37.67.jpg | 37.67.JPG | Landscape | Painting | oil on board | Frederic Remington (1861–1909) Untitled (Green desert, snow covered mountains in background) date unknown, oil on board Gift of The Coe Foundation 37.67 | Remington, Frederic

Untitled (Ute Ind...
Remington, Frederic | Painti...
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26.67 | 1900 | H: 18.375 in, width: 12.25 in, Frame height: 21 in, Frame width: 14.75 in | Untitled (Ute Indian, study for "A Monte Game at the Southern Ute Agency") | Gift of The Coe Foundation | Tear on right side about middle of painting and warpage on right side | 26.67.jpg | 26.67.JPG | Ute | Indian | Painting | oil on board | Remington, Frederic