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ISBN:0806116285
Author: D. Duane Cummins
ISBN13: 978-0806116280
Title: William Robinson Leigh, Western Artist (The Gilcrease-Oklahoma series on western art and artists ; 2)
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Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Oklahoma Pr; 1st edition (August 1, 1980)
Pages: 204

William Robinson Leigh, Western Artist (The Gilcrease-Oklahoma series on western art and artists ; 2) by D. Duane Cummins



The western pony, William Robinson Leigh. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items. I got this book for information, but enjoyed reading about the life of this interesting artist, one of the later painters of authentic American Indian cultures.

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William Robinson Leigh (September 23, 1866 – March 11, 1955) was an American artist who specialized in Western scenes. He was born at Maidstone Manor Farm, Berkeley County, West Virginia. He entered the Maryland Institute at age 14, then attended the Royal Academy in Munich. He returned to the United States after twelve years abroad and worked painting cycloramas and as a magazine illustrator. He married twice, and fathered William Colston Leigh, Sr.

Cummins, William Robinson Leigh: Western Artist, Norman, Oklahoma, 1980, p. 152) In The Bear Tracker, Leigh distills his experiences as one of the foremost Western painters into a quiet and heroic representation of the dramatic American landscape. Please note that the present lot is Property From the Terra Foundation For the Arts Sold to Benefit the Acquistions Fund, and may be exempt from sales tax as set forth in the notice in the front of the catalogue. Recommended features. Art Basel Hong Kong 2019: The insiders’ guide

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William Robinson Leigh, American artist, author. Leigh, William Robinson was born on September 23, 1866 in Falling Waters, West Virginia, United States. Son of William (United States Navy) and Mary W. (Colston) L. Education. The Western Pony, 1933, Frontiers of Enchantment, 1938. Short stories for magazines. Invented artists’ campstool (patented 1918).

William Robinson Leigh: Western Artist. Author : D. Duane Cummins. Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press. R.,680 on (FREE Delivery).

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1) Cummins, D. Duane "William Robinson Leigh, Western Artist" (University of Oklahoma Press, 1980). Sheet is wrapped around canvas and stapled to stretcher bars on reverse, but does not appear to be glued down to canvas (due to apparent air pockets and suppleness of canvas) but have not examined the work out of the frame or attempted to remove sheet to confirm this, no apparent tears to sheet, subtle craquelure.

Stated first edition bound in blue cloth with red and gold spine lettering. A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket. Former owner's name and the date are neatly inked on the upper right corner of the front fly. The dust jacket has one tiny chip to the upper edge of the rear panel. Dust soiling to the panels and spine. Color and black & white illustrations through-out. Small 4to size, 204pp.
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Kiaile
I got this book for information, but enjoyed reading about the life of this interesting artist, one of the later painters of authentic American Indian cultures.
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Good price fast shipping. But the book is disappointing. recommend the seller but not the book.
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One of the two good books on this artist. Shipper was fast with good price.