Teater was my great uncle. Anyone interested in sharing stories about Archie feel free to contact me.
Teater was my great uncle.
Archie B. Teater
Just dropping you a note, doing some checking on Archie, and there you were. We have moved back to Boise and going through our storage finding lots of Teater things. Hope all is well. Shari
I am writing a book on Teater and would like to learn about your grandmother and how she knew the Teaters. I would appreciate your contacting me. Thank you.
A.B.Teater oil painting
One painting is oil on wood with hand carved frame.
The second is hand carved wood frame and the oil painting in painted in the hand carved wood.
both are signed dated 1930 and 1931
A.B. Teater oil paining 1930-1930
The oil painting are in handmade frames. On painting the frame and painting are together as one
My grandmother was a close friend of Archie and Pat Teater. On several occasions I drove her to their house on the Snake River Canyon to visit. I recall him to be a kind, thoughtful man who truly loved to paint. I own a landscape by him that was originally owned by my grandmother. I don't know when she got it, but it always had a special place in her home and now it hangs in mine. I recall the last time I saw the Teaters he had just finished a piece that was an impressionist work of miners working in the Snake River around Bliss or Twin Falls.
He was my neighbor in Jackson, WY
During the late 1950's I was a neighbor to Archie and Pat Teater in Jackson, Wyoming. I was a reservation clerk during those summers for Yellowstone Park Company in a very small two-room building to the left of their Studio. He drew a pencil sketch of me. I have three paintings: A still life with wine glass, strawberries, banana, grapes (green and red), and a bell; a sunrise in the Teton Mountains scene, and a New Orleans French quarter scene. During those summers I spent many evening hours in his rustic studio.
Archie Teater a wonderful man
I knew Archie and Pat when they lived in Carmel until Archie's passing. What a loss! Not only as a painter but as an extraordinary person. I think of him frequently and cherish the memories.
Archie Teater a friend
I had the privilege of meeting Pat and Archie and was invited to be at the event when he gave the Mayo Clinic his painting of "Greasy Grass" or "Custer's Last Stand". I enjoyed his display of art work in the lobby of one of the Mayo buildings. I have a painting of the Teton area as well as a few other of his paintings. During our visits humor was often present. We were fortunate to have them in our home on a few occasions.
Painting of my Mother by Archie Teater
Archie Teater painted my mother in approx. 1946 to 1948 in Jackson Hole Wyoming. My mother, Geneva, was working at Morris Cafe, which was right across the road from Archie Teater's studio. I am trying to locate this painting. Some one had tried to reach my grandmother around the 1950's about the painting but she could never locate it. Would it be possible to locate this painting?
Painting with Archie
My late husband's father grew up with Archie. In the 70s, my painter husband finally stopped in Jackson Hole to make his acquaintance. As a result Archie invited Gary to paint with him, which he did for two years in a row, to experience landscape art first-hand, though Gary was a color-field painter. We bought a number of his paintings, and have cherished them over the years. They still exist with Gary's compatibly on my walls. We were enriched by his person and his lovely art.
Availability of Archie Boyd's paintings
We first met Archie Boyd Teater in Jackson Hole in 1952. We last met and talked with him in the 50's when he had an exibition at Jackson Hole Lodge. We never felt that we could afford his art but now have searched often to find some and have been unsuccessful. He was featured in either Saturday Evening Post or Life magazine and that is why we looked him up in 1952-I know that he painted lots of art and we search constantly and have not ever seen it. He was considered to be one of the top ten Western artist's in those years. Thanks.
There is an art dealer/appraiser that sells and will also help with giving you a value on your picture. Since Mr. Teater was quite prolific, there is a lot of artwork out there. This dealer sends the proceeds from their sales to a charity per Mr. Teater's will. Check the internet for the dealer/appraiser and they will be only too kind to give you the info you desire. I believe the art gallery is in Jackson Hole, Wy.
brigitte smith(nee winter
my portrait done by abt
in the summer of 1969, while i was working at jackson lake lodge, mr teater was giving a demonstration to the guests of the lodge on portrait painting. his wife told me that mr teater would like me to be his model. i was very hesitant, never having done anything like that, but she got me to agree. he worked for 3 hours on it and when his demonstration was over, he asked me to come to his jackson hole studio so he could work on it some more. while posing in his studio, he was being filmed by someone. i would like to get some information from anyone that might know about that.
3 Original Oil Painting (Portraits) by Archie B. Teater
I currently have 3 original oil paintings done by Mr. Teater. Each one is a portrait - one of my Mother, one of my brother & one of me. They were done in Jackson Hole, WY in 1957 while we were there on a family vacation. I'm not interested in selling them. I'm only interested in determining their value for insurance purposes, and discovering galleries, etc. where we might view other paintings of his when we travel. We loved meeting & getting to know Mr. Teater & his wife during the time he painted our portraits. We especially loved his landscape paintings. They were my special favorites.
Lester D Taylor
Tom's Big Hope
I have a manuscript on Teater awaiting publication. Accordingly, I am quite familiar with his paintings, but have never come across mention of one of his paintings with this title.
painting: Tom's Big Hope
Does anyone know Archie Teater's painting?
It is approximately 10" X 8"