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VERSO
Artist’s description of the painting, “Two Sioux Indians have been riding double, one having lost his pony in a recent battle. They come upon a stray cavalry mount, and strip off the heavy McLelland saddle. The dismounted brave is securing the prized cavalry blanket with an improvised surcingle, and in another moment the big bay horse will start his education in the Sioux tongue and there will be no more bugles.”

PROVENANCE
The Artist
[Cowboy Artists of America, Phoenix, AZ 1979]
Altermann Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Collection of 7-Eleven, Inc.
[Sotheby’s, New York, NY 2006]
Private Collection, Denver, CO 2006

EXHIBITED
Cowboy Artists of America Fourteenth Exhibition, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ, Oct 26 - Nov 25, 1979

LITERATURE
Exhibition catalog, Cowboy Artists of America Fourteenth Exhibition (Phoenix, AZ: Cowboy Artists of America, 1979), illustrated

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