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Johnson biographer Harold McCracken wrote, “Another outstanding characteristic of Frank Tenney Johnson’s work is the exceptionally fine ability he had in portraying horses in his pictures. He had a natural compatibility with horses and had a real fondness for these animals. From his earliest experience in riding on cattle roundups as a working cowboy in the Colorado back country in 1904, he was a fine horseman with all the other essential capabilities.”

Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY
James Stillman, New York, NY, 1930s
Private Collection, AZ

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