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Edward Borein, Drawing of Longhorn Bull
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COLOR beige/natural
DIMENSIONS 15.25"L x 1.5"W x 15.25"H
FINISH beige/natural
MADE OF ink on paper; frame, wood
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India ink sketch of a longhorn bull by Edward Borein (1872-1945). Displayed in a wood frame under glass. Borein was raised in the cowtown of San Leandro, California. As a young man he worked as a cowboy throughout the Southwest, Mexico, and Guatemala. Later he became a successful illustrator for the newspaper, the San Francisco Call. Borein was schooled at the Art Students League, and was a pupil of Child Hassan. He moved to Santa Barbara in 1921, where he taught and continued to make art until his death in 1945.