(1432) Pawnee Bill and Mort Sturdevant

Pawnee Bill and Mort Sturdevant
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Date: 01/16/1926
Size: 0″H x 0″W
Medium: oil-on-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Cooper, Courtney Riley. “Oklahoma.” Country Gentleman, April 1926: 28.
caption: Three horsemen rode along the flat stretches of the Cherokee Strip. Pawnee Bill eyed them. ‘All from the cattle outfit,’ he said.
Inscription: ml: F.E.S. / ’26
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Commentary: The original, #1432, was sold by the artist to Frank V. Rich. It was sold by Mr. Rich, cut down, and then sold as two paintings. See #1432cdl and #1432cdr.
Provenance: Sold by artist to Frank V. Rich; see #1432cdl and #1432cdr

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