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Lasso the West at...
Rudolph, Jeffrey B. | Sculpt...
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30.09 | 2009 | Sheet height: 10.5 in, Sheet width: 14.25 in, Image height: 8.75 in, Image width: 12.75 in | Lasso the West at the Whitney! Happy 50th | Gift of the artist | lower edge: AP #1 Lasso the West at the Whitney! Happy 50th J.B.Rudolph 2009 | LR: J.B.Rudolph 2009 | 30.09.jpg | lasso | Cowboy | horse | Sculpture | cast paper | Rudolph, Jeffrey B.

The Lasso
Ranney, William | Painting |...
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22.99.1 | 1846 | H: 32 in, width: 42.5 in, Frame height: 40.25 in, Frame width: 50.75 in, frame depth: 4 in | The Lasso | Gift of Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran | Ranney traveled to Texas in 1836 to serve in the Texas Army. His observations there provided inspiration for many of his western paintings. The Lasso depicts the struggle between the wild horse and the frontiersman. The "White Steed of the Prairie," a popular legend about a mythic emblem of wild freedom, probably also fueled Ranney's interests. | Ranney frame Inscriptions The Lasso, 22.99.1 Frame Labels: upper left label: Crate #9/ Ptg #2 upper right label: Exhibition: / THE WORK OF WILLIAM RANNEY/ Title THE LASSO/ Cat. No./ Lender Mr. Claude J. Ranney/ Address Sugartown Road/ Malvern, Pennsylvania upper right small label: APG 5753 D | LL: Ranney/1846 | Magazine: American Art Review: The Art of William Ranney by Sarah E. Boehme, American Arts Media, Inc., Leawood, Volume XVIII, Number 3, May-June 2006, page 93 | 22.99.1.jpg | 22.99.1.jpg | 22.99.1.jpg | 22.99.1.web.jpg | horse | wild | frontiersman | lasso | roping | Prairie | Painting | oil on canvas | William Ranney (1813 - 1857) The Lasso 1846, oil on canvas Gift of Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran, 22.99.1 Ranney had traveled to Texas in 1836 to serve in the Texas Army. His observations there provided inspiration for many of his western paintings, such as The Lasso, with its depiction of the struggle between the wild horse and the frontiersman. The "White Steed of the Prairie," a popular legend about a mythic emblem of wild freedom, probably also fueled Ranney's interests. | William Ranney (1813-1857) The Lasso 1846, oil on canvas Gift of Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran, 22.99.1 Ranney traveled to Texas in 1836 to serve in the Texas Army. His observations there provided inspiration for many of his western paintings. The Lasso depicts the struggle between the wild horse and the frontiersman. The "White Steed of the Prairie," a popular legend about a mythic emblem of wild freedom, probably also fueled Ranney's interests in the subject. | Ranney, William