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Rare opportunity! One of the largest individual collections of original Texas art to come up for sale! More than two hundred original works from more than a dozen artists, featuring Jack Bryant and James Eddleman. Oils, wood carvings, bronzes, watercolors and metalwork. This sale also includes knives, taxidermy, Lladro figurines, Thomasville - North Carolina furniture, Jim Beam collector decanters, International Fortress safe, Olhausen billiard table, Jim Shore – Heartwood creek, copperware and vintage glassware!
Wayne Baize Artist of the Year 2000 by the Academy of Western Artists. Features some absolutely beautiful horses and focuses on the realities of contemporary ranch life.
BB Barrick (b.1945) Abernathy / Austin TX native. Known for capturing the spirit of rural America. His works are featured on cover of Saturday Evening Post.
Jack Bryant Sr. (1929 - 2012) Fort Worth native. Best known for crafting life-size bronze statues of western life, including ‘Midnight’ located at Amon G. Carter exhibition hall. Nationally renowned, his works are in the collections of Larry Mahan, John Justin and Nolan Ryan.
James Eddleman Lubbock, Texas native. Masterful life size bird carver. Each bird is carved completely out of basswood and takes between 40 - 100 hours depending on size and features. Featured in six month - one man show at the Smithsonian. Named in 1994 by the Texas Legislature the Three-Dimensional Artist of Texas.
John French (b. 1958) Waco, Texas native, his paintings are on permanent display at the International Bank of Japan Tokyo and Texas Ranger Museum in Waco. Known for spending many hours on research to ensure historical accuracy of his paintings and bronzes.
Manuel Garza (b. 1940) Texas hill country artist. His works often feature quail, pheasant, turkeys, deer and a host of domestic birds.
Cal Gaspard Louisiana native, known as one of the most popular realist artists in Texas. His works are featured in collections of H. Ross Perot and Dolph Briscoe.
A.D. Greer (1904 - 1998) A legend among Texas landscape painters. Greer worked with and was influenced by Robert William Wood during trip to Texas in 1928.
Ruth Greer (1936 - 2004) Extensive travel throughout Europe, specializing in Parisian street scenes, markets and architecture. Her works are gaining popularity and compensation.
R.W. ‘Ronnie’ Hedge (1954 - 2010) His works can be found in some of the finest galleries and collections nationwide. Features American countrysides and wildlife and inspired by the Grand Canyon and Rockies.
Travis Keese (b. 1932) Lyons, Texas native. Previously, staff artist for the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Daniel Maldonado Brownsville, Texas native. Known for portraits to landscapes to abstracts. Teaches art classes to kids and adults at his studio.
Arthur McCall South Texas, Atascosa county native. Vietnam veteran and retired Texas Game Warden known as the ‘Cowboy Artist’. Brush Country Art Club Artist of the Year - 2013.
D. R. Parker (b. 1940) Has lived in Amarillo, Texas his whole life and also draws inspiration for his western portrayals from New Mexico and Arizona.
Carl J. Smith (b. 1928) Canyon, Texas native. Popularity increased in 1965 when Lyndon B. Johnson, Governor John Connally, the King Ranch began collecting his works.
Bob Wygant (b.1927) Well known for panoramic western landscapes and commissions by Humble Oil company for their Houston corporate offices.