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Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran

Stewart Fine Art

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Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran
Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran
Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran
Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran
Navajo Desert Camp by Erle Loran

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; some marks to frame
Country of Origin:
oil on masonite board/wood frame
42" L x 2" W x 30" H

Why We Love This

Large and dramatic oil painting of Navajo weaver and horses by American artist Erle Loran (1905-1999). Signed lower right and dated 1948. Titled on verso Navajo Desert Camp with exhibition label from the University of Illinois. Displayed in simple wide hand-carved giltwood frame.
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1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350

About Stewart Fine Art

Second generation antique and art dealer Diane Warren Stewart has an expansive collection of American, European and Old Master paintings, as well as fine antiques. In business since 1986, and continuing to acquire additional fine quality art and antiques on a regular basis, her goal is to bring the joy of collecting to both the beginning collector and the connoisseur.

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