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Vintage

Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo

Bibi Proctor Galleries

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Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo
Desert Scene by Woody Wilson Crumbo

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Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; serigraph in excellent condition/slight age wear to frame
Materials:
ink on paper/wood frame/glass
Size:
27" L x 2" W x 24" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

A dynamic serigraph of a Native American and his horse by well known artist Woody Wilson Crumbo (1912-1989). His works have been exhibited and are included in permanent collections at The Smithsonian Institution, The San Francisco Museum of Art and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, amongst others. Signed "Crumbo" lower right. Displayed with mat in a vintage carved and giltwood frame under glass. Circa 1960.
As described by Bibi Proctor Galleries

About Bibi Proctor Galleries

Bibi Proctor Galleries offers an inspired collection of art and objects from antiquity to modern. Established New York fine art and antiques dealer Robert Proctor and his wife, "Bibi" Maria, a longtime vintage art and antiques Vermont dealer, merged their lives and inventory in L.A. and began BPG. The collection spans periods and genres, from 13th century Chinese sculpture to 1950s kitsch. From the West coast to the East, they travel across the country acquiring beautiful and delightful art.

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