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ART, WESTERN

Western art and the masculine mystique

Author: 
B.Cortright
Article Date: 
October 1975
Language: 
English
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True man of the West --- cowboy artist Jim Reynolds

Author: 
B.Cortright
Article Date: 
October 1976
Language: 
English
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The gathering

Article Date: 
October 17, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Four paintings in the 1976 Annual Cowboy Artists of America Exhibition
Language: 
English
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The first cowboy sculptor

Author: 
P.Broder
Article Date: 
1976
Article Abstract: 
Solon Borglum, sculptor of the Bucky O'Neill statue in Prescott
Language: 
English
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Make room for Western art!

Author: 
J.Stacey
Article Date: 
October 1976
Language: 
English
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James E. Reynolds: Tucson artist of the year

Article Date: 
April 1977
Language: 
English
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Indians, cowboys and art

Article Date: 
August 1975
Article Abstract: 
The American Indian and Cowboy Artists Society
Language: 
English
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Clair Fry

Author: 
C.Simpson
Article Date: 
May 28, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Retired art director for Brown and Bigelow calendars knew George Phippen
Language: 
English
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Charlie Dye

Author: 
J.Jellico
Article Date: 
Spring 1977
Article Abstract: 
Western artist Charlie Dye (1906-1973) lived in Sedona in his later years. His work can be seen at O'Brien's Art Emporium Scottsdale
Language: 
English
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Brushstroke history of a dying culture

Author: 
R.Clark
Article Date: 
March 1976
Article Abstract: 
Artist Clair Millett's paintings, the result of careful research, are his attempt to preserve a record of authentic customs of the Southwestern Indians
Language: 
English
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