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Discussion in 'Hats' started by randooch, Nov 27, 2012.
I'm starting to know the feeling....
Illustrator Wallace Smith, 1888-1937. Interesting fellow. Writer, screenwriter and famous cartoonist.
The Let’ er Buck image copyrighted by the Pendleton Roundup in 1924.
Poncho Villa-check the foot wear.
Will Hulsey (American, 20th Century) oil on board illustration painting titled "The Cowpoke and His $50,000 Date", featured on the cover of "True Men Stories" magazine, December 1958.
Edward Borein, 1872-1945.
He’s also one of the founders of Ranchero Visitadores
Jacob William Benson, USA (1895 -1958).
Beautiful hat BB! Rare too.
Love the Old Prospector painted in 1947. I see a new avatar perhaps.
"Reservation Brave", Ace Powell (American 1912-1978).
Marcelino Herrera Vegas.
"Where Do They Come From ? Where Do They Go ? " (2013)
Jason Rich. (1970 - )
Remington Schuyler, USA (1884-1955).
Harold Dow Bugbee, USA (1900 – 1963).
Lex Graham (1930 - )
Besides a painter Graham is a cartoonist, does bronze sculptures, and he once did a series of posters for Nocona Boots.
And the man himself in younger days:
Mose Ernest Tolliver, (1920/25-2006, American), Figure with hat, Oil on board, 27.25" H x 14.75" W.
I think I did something similar in second grade (?). Should have saved it ...
ANDY WARHOL LITHOGRAPH
Probably posted before up thread
Old post War print of a painting of General Ulysses S. Grant.
That horse's face looks shocked, like he's a southern horse that just learned he's carrying Grant!
I was actually going to make a joke about the horse too but thought better of it in light of today's PC climate. I do like the painting of Grant.
Horses are OK, but...
NO CHICKEN JOKES!!
Church's, Popeye's or Colonel Sanders? This has gone far enough!