Lot 266
Edward Borein
1872-1945
Painted Teepee
Etching
Dimensions: 7 x 9 inches
Framed Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches
Sold For: $ 1,053.00
Includes buyer's premium
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Edward Borein’s paintings, drawings and etchings are authentic, the products of an artist who knew the life of the cowboy and vaquero. Leaving his California home at any early age, Borein drove cattle throughout the Southwest and Mexico. He enrolled in art school, but felt stifled there and went back to cowboy life, sketching the details of life on the range. Eastern periodicals bought his work and he met and befriended Maynard Dixon and Charles Russell. Borein’s fame grew in New York, but he eventually settled in Santa Barbara, becoming a fixture in the art scene there and a favorite among the Hollywood set.

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