lost your ma?
i bought this picture in a yard sale. i was wondering what the value might be plesae let me know thank you.tony
I recently went to a flea market and bought a beautiful copy of Oh! I beg your pardon! Just wondering what you could tell me about it.
I have a pencil etched the intruder, dated 12 signed, I am looking for more information about the artist and the value
The sportsmen's portfolio of gold-etch prints
My father-in-law passed away and there's the portfolio mentioned above that we now own. Is anyone interested??? For $???
Let us know. Thanks
C M RUSSELL PRINT
I HAVE A REPRODUCTION PRINT ON BOARD AND FRAMED..."THE CINCH RING" OF COURSE IN THE LOWER LEFT IS THE FAMOUS C M RUSSELL WITH THE COW SKULL...BUT IN THE LOWER RIGHT THERE IS A B-B AND A COPYRIGHT SYMBOL THIS PRINT LOOKS PRETTY OLD...WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE KNOWS ABOUT THE PUBLISHERS/PRINTER WHO DID THIS PRINT AND PUT THE B-B ON IT...PRETTY SURE THE FIRST B STANDS FOR BROWN....THANKS
R H Palenski Sea Biscuit
I acquired a numbered print of Sea Biscuit by R H Palenske. I assume it has some value but don't know where to turn. Any thoughts?
RH Palenski etching pony express
it is in mint condition found in attic of old house husband bought years ago! any value?
I have an etching titled "New Horizons" by R.H. Palenske. It is not numbered. What is its value?
Value of r.h. Palenski sea biscuit etchings
Do you know the value of the sea biscuit etchings
I Have a print signed by R.H. Palenske(Rt.lower bottom) of "The Grand Old Man of the Sea"10 1/2"W - by 12"L" Could you tell me if this is of any value and if so how much"
Sportsman's Portfolio of Color-Etch Prints
by R. H. Palenske was found among my Fathers belongings after him passing away. Just wondering the value or if they are more valuable in the portfolio, or more valuable if i frame them. They are beautiful and I don't want to disrupt the value.
Gallant Fox etching
I have an etched head of Gallant Fox with halter facing left. I can not find any reference to this anywhere and cannot locate any mark the would indicate a print maker. It is appropriately signed lower right and titled lower left.
Any info appreciated. Thanks
etching "joining the wagons" found in my attic. when was it down and does it have an insurance value?
Etched Head of Man O' War. In the left corner is a mare and 2 fouls.
Is it of any worth? I gave it to my daughter. I see there are others but they sound different.
Thank you, Susie
MARY JO LONG
I HAVE TWO GOLD FOILS, ONE IS A FIVE-POUNDER, THE OTHER IS DAY BREAK. CAN YOU ENLIGHTEN ME AS TO THE VALUE OF THESE?? THANK YOU
I have a R.H. Palenwske,signed, "Hill Prince"...its just the head of Hill Prince. Any idea the value as I want to note it on back for my son and future. Thank you.
I have a piece titled New Horizons; I would like to know if it is an original piece and a little more about the artist.
Sandy Garwood and I have the same drypoint (I think). When I compare the other litho's to what I can see on-line, mine has rounded corners which seems to be embossed. On the top left it is written - Brown & Bigelow, St. Minn. Printed in the U.S.A. The paper has a textured quality to it and also has the added drawing with the mare and 2 foals in the bottom right corner outside the embossed "frame". Lower left has B&B copyright and of course the signature "R.H. Palenske on the lower right side. Very good condition. How can I get the value on this? And how should I have it framed? It's been under glass for probably 40 years. Thank you
I have two 7" by 9"prints, One is of the famous War Admiral and the other of Whirlaway. Both have the name of the horse at the left and the H.R. palenske at the right one has at the upper left side a c sorrounded by a circle and Brown & Bigelow, St.Paul.Min.Printed in USA and the other has at the lower lef side C circled and B&B and Whirlaway the name of the horse print.
I will like to know the value it was given to me by a Veterinary of Lakefild Iowa like 15 years ago and one is a little bit yellow in parts.
Thank you so much for your answer. I live in Lima-Peru.
RH Palenske print ?
I have a framed print of the 1951 Kenntucky Derby winner
Count Turf, it is in I think the original frame and in very good condition.
New horizons, The alarm, A bit of heaven, all with original tissue story. V
Recently aquired all 3, one framed, 2 in original envelopes with the story of each piece on very thin paper. Beautiful objects.
contact info for pricing
I suggest contacting: http://www.oldcourthouseartscenter.com/. Palenske's son lived here, in Woodstock IL, and the Court House arts Center has a number of his dry points. Ms. Beverly Ganschow, the owner, is very informed about Palenske. Many calendars were printed by B&B, but dry point limited editions are $200- $700, depending on the usual factors. I have several. He was an authentic western artist, but his choice of media is not as popular as painting.
ponder the big surprise by r h palenske
I have an original r h palenske named ponder the big surprise 1949 kentucky derby winner,can anyone give me some info on the value
I have this art pencil drawing by 8"x8.25 , any idea on value?
I have an original Drypoint (I think) it is "High Country" a mountain in the west with two waterfalls and a cowboy on a horse looking up at the falls. My Great Aunt had this painting along with another of cowboys around a campfire. They are just beautiful. What are these worth?
name of print
Karen A. The name of the print with the tww pheasants flying over a creek is called "Winter Guests"
4 gole colored paintings by R. H. Palenski. Daybreak, a five pounder,startled, caustious. Possible value.
I have a picture by Palenski called "Joining the circle", I have not been able to find this under his works. Any information would be helpful.
I have a painting signed CALLEBAUT. I found one other online and the artists name is listed as Raymond Callebaut. I can find nothing on this artist. And direction would be helpful. I can email a photo of the painting.
Holly Anne Hill
i have two pencil drawing Framed "Hill Prince" large head and in corner 2 inch small drawaing of the horse with jockey and ...."A Prince of the Turf" Mare and Colt........ Would this racing horses blood line still be going.... How much do you think they are worth today ...Thank you
Ritt Palenske Pencil Sketch
I have a pencil sketch of a horse head entitled Whirlaway . It had the copyright symbol with 88.8 under it. Can you tell me about it. How old? Value? etc.
Palenske German Shepherd
I have what appears to be an original, sepia toned German Shepherd Dog watercolor, which is signed, on the left side "Palenske - Chicago Sun. I can find no reference to this print, and it appears older. I cannot determine whether there were other artists named Palenske in Chicago, although it appears R.H. Palenske did some art work for various newspapers. Would appreciate any input...
Heading For Safety
I have the pencil sketch (I think), its called Heading for safety. Its of a mother moose with her baby going into the woods. I know nothing about this artist or his works. How would i
I go about finding its value? How would you know if it's a original drawing or a copy? It appears to be in a old frame with brown paper on the back sealing it in the frame, so I can't see the back of the picture. Any information would be appreciated.
I have a taglio crome by R.H. Palenske titled "Branding Time". It was given to my grandparents in 1966. It has the info card and is in perfect condition. any ideas of value? Thinking of giving it as a grad. gift/
Winner Takes All
I have a picture that I found and was wondering if anyone had any information on it. It is 2 deer fighting. It is signed RH Palenski. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!
Sea Biscuit and his Colts by R.H Palenski
Hello my mother was given this picture back in the 50's (on or about). It looks to be done in pencil.It also includes the artist name. It is aprox 12" X 15". This picture has always hung in our family home and will continue to however my father has always wondered if it is of any value and if he should insure it? If you have any information that would be helpful please contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have two RH Palenske pieces. One is of a man with a whip trying to stay on a bucking horse and is titled "The Outlaw" It has has a description on the back. It says it reproduced in Talio Chrome and that it is an original ____point. I can't make out the word.
The other is a head shot of a horse called Whirlaway.
What can you tell me about the artis and the market for the artist?
I WANT TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT A DRAWING OF RH PALENSKE, SMART GET AWAY, CROCODILE AFTER MOTHER DUCK AND HER BABIES
my mom has apicture by r.h polenski it is winter guest any idea what is worth?
declaration of independence copy right 1902
my mother has a copy of the declaration of independence made by the holland studio fifth ave in n.y it was made in 1902 she was told there was only three made still in original frame my great grandfather bought it in .what is it worth ?and any information would be nice
I was curious to know if there is a definite way to tell the difference between a reproduction and an original...I bought 2 framed 'pictures' from good will, approx. 5x8 print size. One is titled "a Five-Pounder" in he lower left corner and R.H. Palenske in the right lower corner. The other one is titled "Daybreak" also with R.H. Palenske in the lower right corner. Any info you could give me would be much appreciative. Thanks!!
Seabiscuit photo By Palenski
I have a photo of Sea Biscuit by RH Palenski. What is it's value? THANKS
I have an original signed pencil drawing. Is it worth anything? Thanks for any info.
Startled Mallards and Gulls at Montery
I own these two etchings. They are signed and have a small copyrite drawn on them with 888 under it. Any information you may have will be appreciated
R.H.Palenski Grand Old Man Of The Sea
From the volume and subject matter of the questions, Mr. Palenski was quite a prolific printmaker and artist.
Most of his subject matter appears to deal with sports and hunting themes. I have a nautical drawing/print entitled "Grand Old Man Of The Sea" in the lower left corner and R.H. Palenski signed in the lower right.
The subject is a sou'wester-clad, bearded Old Salt at the Wheel of a sailing ship in Dirty Weather. It measures 10x13 inches with just the title and signature on the piece. I would imagine that a nautical-themed portrait would be an unusual topic considering the responses I've read here, so I am definitely interested in finding more info on the artist and his work.
would like information on a painting signed by R.H. Palenske Joining the
any information about this drawing would be appreciated, my uncle just passed last year and left me this great piece of work. thanks Lisa
Print by Palenske
I have a print called "Over the Pass" that I found at Goodwill. The oversize of the print is approx 7 x 6 yet found in a 8x10 frame. Has a small copyright symbol next to the print name (lower left). RH Palenske in the lower right. Any and all information will be greatly appreciated. THANKS!
"Getting Away" by R. H. Palenske
I have a print/drawing 10 X 12 of ducks taking flight by R. H. Palenske entitled Getting Away. There is a copyright mark in the lower left corner, B & B USA. Does anyone have any information about this i.e. age, value, etc.
Have a Calender of his works signed has anyone seen before ?
Just wondering if the signed by month was common ?
I have a print/drawing by R. H.Palenske titled Dan Patch.
Harness race horse & jockey. Can anyone tell me more about this print. Nicely framed,signed with circled copyright in lower right corner. Thanks for any help.
The Little Gossip
I have a print by Brown & Bigelow that I would like to know the approximate value. Thank you in advance for your help.
Signed George Shepherd print
I have a signed black and white print by George Shepherd titled Needles kentucky derby winner 1956. I hate to remove it from its frame. Any info on it would be nice. Thanks!!
R H Palenske print
I have scetch approximating 8X10 of Babe Ruth. Underneath the main scetch there is 7 smaller scetches of Babe Ruth going through his swing. The title of the scetch is The Immortal "Babe". It is not colored and has righting below the scetch that reads
Courtesy of Jacob Shmidt Brewing Co. Brewers of City Club Beer... Listen to baseball broadcasts starting april 19th over WMJN. If anyone has an idea of when this was created or more information I would greatly appreciete it. Thanks
In No Hurry RH Palenske
A talio-crome of a herd of buffalo on the tracks in front of a train. Can't find another like it on the web. Probably acquired by my parents in the 1950s or early 60s. Anyone know anything about this etching or its value? Thanks.
What was Palenske' primary subject for art pieces? did he do charcoal or lead pencil sketches? Horses
RH Palenske Gold Foil Etchings
Can you please tell me the approx value of the four gold foil etchings entitled "The Sportsman"? Thank you, TLundquist
2 Prints:"Temptation", "Look I've Got Him"
Wondering what value these two framed prints have
I have an Original Drypoint by R.H. Palenske Reproduced in Talio-Crome. [sic]
Babe Ruth Print
I would like information about my Palenske print of Babe Ruth, titled "the Immortal Babe"
Thank you. PM
I would like to know the value of my two signed Palenski prints of Greyhound and Gallant Fox.
citation playing cards by R H Palenske
Any information would be appreciated. I do know they were my grandfathers and he was a real orse lover.
R.H. Palenske sketch
I have a sketch by R.H. Palenske, getting away. 211-129. I need info on this sketch. thanks
Re: Palenske print
Hello, I have a framed copy of a drawing by R. H. Palenske, that has the appearance of being pencil, but does have the small copyright symble in the lower left corner. Then, below the border of the picture, in black (ink?) is the title, The Alarm and on the right side, the signature. I am not sure if the signature is the actual or if it is a reproduction during the printing process.
The picture is a street scene from an old west town, with the Wells Fargo stage, centered, many people milling around, and a fellow mounting a horse. Impression is that the stage had been held up and a posse is gathering.
In searching the internet sites that have Palenski prints, I have not seen this particular title listed. Lastly, what is it worth. Not for sale, just wanting to know for reference.
temptation. 12x16 pen and ink drawing
What can anyone tell me about this ?
rh palenski and hedley fitton and richard bishop
i have alot of calender salesmen samples but the four that stick out is these artist. they look like a sketch print. the others i have are from 1959 playboy and norman rockwell. are these worth anything. thank you for your help. i have over 200 from 54 to 59
R. H. Palenske
I have an original etching by R.H Palenske, Title in left-hand corner (below etching)is "Night Wrangler leaving Camp". On the right-hand side is R. H. Palenske. In the right-hand corner is a circle with a c, and B&B right below, this is in pencil hardly legible. The picture is in the original wood frame. A rusty wire is stretched across the back for hanging. The cardboard that is behind the picture is made from Gaylord Boxes. There is a date stamped on the cardboard (3-28). Hidden in between the etching and cardboard was another picture, a copy of Black Canyon, New Boulder Dam Site-and The New LaSalle emblem and says The other place of interest. I would like to hear from anyone that knows the value of the etching.
Can somebody tell me the value of the 4 gold-etch prints we located at my parent's home? They are titled "Startled", "Cautious", "A Five-pounder" and "Daybreak". Each is about 6 inches by 9 inches, each is mounted on creme colored paper and signature R. H. Palenske appears in the bottom right corner. Thanks for info.
"A MAN"S FRIENDS"
My grandfather was given this picture in 1947 and signed and dedicated.."To My Good Friend Truman from Pal"....(he worked for Brown and Bigelow in Minn.)Can anyone tell me anything about this beautiful picture.Thank You,Michael Brooke
I am attaching a note I found by Googling R.H. Palenske - this should help most of you get answers to your questions.
RH Palenske is/was my husband's grandfather. We are working with several museums and are in the process of archiving RH's body of work as well as his personal correspondence and field notebooks and will eventually publish the results. If anyone has additional information, artwork for sale or questions, please contact me via email. Regards - Suzanne Palenske "
I've come across a water painting of a ship on a penisula with what appears to be a house with a silo and a lighthouse. It is not signed but the paper has what I guess is a monogram when shone through light has the words WHATMAN 1909. Has anybody seen this before?
i have a print? of greyhound c with a circle then r.h. palenske under it greyhoud worlds champion trotter on left corner . just wondering about it thanks belinda
Movin' up / Man O' War
In response to Linda Sullins entries: I also have a print of Movin' up...it was obtained with the print of Man O' War from the same day of printing in the 50s. They are "Original Drypoint by R. H. Palenski Reproduced in Talio-Crome" and in their original frames pencil marked as to which # print there were. They were produced in Nashville, Tennessee by the Allen Manufacturing Co., Inc. On the back of my Man O' War it has a story of both the horse and of R. H. Palenski. It looks to have been a personal present to the original owner of these prints from Allen Manufacturer by the letter. I feel very lucky to have both of these in my possession. My Man O' War has in extremely small print (for yrs, I thought it was a smudge till I took out the magnifying glass) that reads: Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. Printed in USA with the cute little grouping of two colts and a horse at the bottom © B&B on the bottom right hand side just above the Man O' War. On my Moving up, it has © RHP with a signature below that: under the depressed border of the picture.
I NEED HELP ON A WATERCOLOR
I have a very cool looking, very colorful watercolor of Babe Ruth. It looks very old and it is signed by John Martin. Can anyone give me info on this?
Steady Boys/Getting Away
Just found two 'pictures' in my garage. One is ducks flying away-seems to be pencil or charcoal-lower left corner outside of border says Getting Away-right corner outside of border says R.H.Palenske. Left lower corner inside border has c in circle,B&B under that, and USA under that. The second is two hunting dogs in front of a tree titled Steady Boys. I would be interested in knowing the story behind these(if there is one) and any info anyone has.thanks.
I have an etching entitled "Startled Mallards". I was wondering if anyone else has seen this etching or owns one.
I have just purchased a print titled "The Little Gossip" 2 large horses and a small horse in 2 horse stalls and a dog looking up at them, as if they are all talking about something. I love it and was wondering if anyone else has seen or own this Polenske print?
Poise and Dignity by R.H. Palenske
I just bought these two color paintings (etchings) from a garage sale. They are in very good condition in there original glass cover frame and the back of the frames are cover with the original brown paper. I would like to know more about this beautiful etching for a tiger and lion. can anyone give me more information.
I have a print w/ the signature Ritt Palenske and the title of the picture is Fording the River. was interested in the artist the history and value
My father just passed away a couple of weeks ago when we were going through his things, we found in the bottom of an old dresser these sort of gold colored wild life prints they are signed by R.H. Palenske and they are called "A Four Pounder" "Startled" "Cautious" and "Daybreak"
ORIGINAL PALENSKE ETCHINGS
I have the original etchings of Seabisquit and Grand O'l Man of War. The etchings are documented on the back with labels with the artists picture and biography. The top of the label states that these are not printed reproductions. They are original etchings. They are pencil signed.My stepfathers father was a champion harness horse racer in the early 20th century. I believe that is how they ended up with us. My stepfather passed on 5 years ago so don't know for sure. Just happy to have them.
"Home Run King" print
My mother has a print of Babe Ruth done by this artist. She got it over 50 yrs ago. It was given out as compliments of the State Line Night Club and says its the only etching of Babe Ruth. Can anyone give me any informtion on this print?
R.H.Palenske--"Top Of The World"
I recently acquired this print depicting a skier. I would like to give it to my son who is living in the Rockies and an avid skier.Can anyone give me information about what area this print depicts?
I found a 7in. x 9in. print of Whirlaway in my grandmas house when she moved. I'm intrested in finding out as much as poss. about it & the artist R.H. Palenske. Thanks for any help.
The Great Outdoors, "Oilfield Electric Company","SeasonGreetings and Best W
I would like to know how much these drypoints are worth?
I have found a R.H. Palenske drawing and would like to know more information on it.
Its title is "Seasons End" Its a beautiful drawing of a bear going into his den.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
R. H. Palenske & "Talio-Crome"
Many people are wondering what the phrase "Talio-Crome" is, and i was wondering too. After some research, this is what I found:
"There is a long series of Kentucky Derby winner prints from a company named Brown and Bigelow which were produced form the 1930's until the 1990's or so. They started out as black and white sketch or charcoal type portaits printed in a process they called "Talio-Chrome" but changed over to color in the 1960's. Each had the horse's name and the artist's signature printed on it as well. These were inexpensive prints designed for companies to give away to their customers as premiums or Christmas gifts. They originally came rolled up with a band of paper around it which gave a bit of the horse's history which is usually missing if the print has been framed, although sometimes it was glued to the back of the frame. They are quite plentiful and easy to find so they rarely bring a good price, usually $20-$25 even if framed. A few will bring more such as Man O'War or Secretariat, but only because they are so popular. These same prints show up on other advertising give away items from Brown and Bigelow such as decks of cards, ash trays, notepads, etc.
Several artists did the prints over the years, but the first was R.H. Palenske (R was for Reinhold). He was born in Chicago in 1884 and did the portraits for about 20 years until his death in 1954. His specialty was western, wilderness, and outdoors subjects and was an expert at engravings. After him, George Shepherd took over for a few years. Both had a similar style and were excellent at horse portraits. After that it was a revolving door with quite a few artists taking turns and the quality of the art suffered."
I hope it helped/helps!!!
After the passing of my father -in-law my hysband received a framed "print" titled High Country. I would appreciate any information on this print.
Thank you & God Bless
It seems that RH Palenske loved thoroughbred horses as do I. I have a mare bred to one of the few remaining sons of Northern Dancer. Did Palenske ever do a picutre of Northern Dancer.
I found a R.H. Palenske print in a local antique shop several years ago name "Bulldogging" that was signed RH Palenske. The label on the back said that it was done in "Talia-crome. I cannot find anything about this print. Does anyone have comments.
R. H. Palenske Amarica Won
I have a print Called:
America Won First America's Cup Race 1851
The signature in the right corner is
It is not in the best of shape but nice any way.
Any information would be great.
Could someone explain TALIO-CROME? The process, etc? Thanks much,
R H Palenske
I went to an auction this weekend and bought a box of pictures for $2.00. In the box was a broken frame with a picture of a horse. When I got it home I removed it from the box and broken frame and found that there was another picture by the same artist behind it. The first one of the horse "Seabuscuit" (name in bottom left corner) RH Palenske in bottom right corner and the small trade mark is on it. The other picture is of 2 pheasants flying over a river or creek. I can not make out the name of this print. Anyone have any idea what the name of this print would be. I am not willing to sell, just like getting a great find for a low cost and marvel the work of other artists (great or not so great). Thanks for the information. Also, can you tell me if it is possible to view the originals and where this can be done. Would be an interesting stop during a travel vacation.
OUR COUNTRY - PENCIL SKETCH - PALENSKE
Hi: I purchased a pencil sketch entitled "Our Country" by Palenske. It appears to be an original as I can see the pencil border around the sketch detailing. Can you provide me with any information on this piece and if it could be an original? Thanks. Marlene
Can any one give me any info about a print by R.H. Palenske called "Movin' Up"? It is a framed print that appears to be done in pencil or pen , maybe even charcoal. I love Palenske and this is a new one on me. I have never seen or heard of this paticular print and am very curious. Any help or info would be greatly appreciated
Was the sketch Pony Express one of Palenske's works? I don't see it listed with his other western work.
I FORGOT TO MENTION THE TITLES ON MY FIRST QUESTION THE ONE IS CALLED "THE OUTLAW"AND THE OTHER IS "WILD STEER BUCKING". JANET
I HAVE 2 ORIGINAL PENCIL SKETCHES BY R.H.PALENSKE,THESE WERE DONE IN 1959-1960 WHO IS THIS MAN? JANET
type of etching
In my possession is an etching of The Outlaw. It does not have a deep impression, but it is not a reproduced print. What is the name of the type or variation of etching that does not bite deep into the paper on the border of the image?
Having just acquired "Kings" of the Turf. Citation as the 1948 Triple Crown winner surrounded by all previous winners I am fascinated by the information on this artist. Is there a central web site; biography; list of his works; etc.
R H Palenske
I have what looks to be a print by R H Palenske, whom I know almost nothing about, called "Heading for Safety". It shows (presumably) a mother moose and her baby, heading up river. In the lower left hand corner there is a copyright with B & B under it. Can anyone tell me about this piece? Thank you, K M
R. H. Palenske
I have just purchased an R H. Palenske signed copy called Branding Time. All my other info doesn't mention any thing regarding this print. Does anyone have any info on this one?
I have a talio-crome reproduction of a print of Hill Prince. There is also a small card attached entitled "Story of the Picture", which gives a short bio on Hill Prince as well as a bit of background on Palenske. There is a signature on the outside edge of the print, but I'm assuming it's not authentic
but reproduced with the rest of the print. Would this be an accurate assumption? Also, what is the significance of talio-crome? Thanks to anyone who can give me any info.
I am also interested in the circle C under the B&R. The two prints I've just discovered are, "Joining the Circle" and "New Horizons". Any infor. would certainly be appreciated. Thank You
I have a framed print titled "Let's Go!" (subject matter :whitetails and fishermen in boat) that has a short biography of the artist attached to the back. The paper states its a original drypoint by Palenske reproduced in talio-crome. The image itself has a small copyright in the lower right corner with the initials RHP. It is also titled in the lower left corner just below the edge of the image impression in the paper and his signature is located in the lower righthand corner of the image (again just below the image impression line). Can anyone tell me anything about this print? thanks WS
R. H. Palenski
I graduated from veterinary school in 1957 with son John (deceased). for years they sent us Brown & Bigallow calanders for Christmas. Johns Widow lives in Woodstock,Il
I have 4 original drypoint etchings. I found them in my late Uncle Larry's cellar. Because I have a degree in the visual arts and also owned race horses I was fascinated by Palenske's renditions of the regal heads of Man O' War and Whirlaway. The two others are of horses too but are more playful. All prints appear to be signed by the artist.
Gerald L Pedersen
The art I have by Mr.Palenske is as follows "A Mans Friends"featuring a Royal Mounty on horseback looking down at his dog. "A Great Sport" featuring three Polo players. "Go Home-The Seasons Over" A pheasant & dog confronting one another in the snow. "Ponder" 1949 Durby Winner. "Maybe Five Pounds" A fish leaps out of the water of a lake to catch a fly.The lake is surrounded by birch trees, w/deer on the opposite bank, and lastly,"Ladies First" featuring two female elk followed by a large male elk. As I mentioned yes-terday, this is great art, and I'm just letting anyone know, who visits this site, what's out there. Thanks, Gerald Pedersen
Gerald L. Pedersen
I visited this site today, and to my amazement found lots of information on Mr. Palenske. I have several wonderful sketches - which I had framed back in the late 50's, early 60's. For the first time now, I know more about he/his art. I can let you know the titles of them sometime later. I have no idea either of any value, but they make my den look great. Jerry
I am working on writing his bio, would appreciate any info. I am personally looking for one called, "Our Country" or something similar, a cowboy sitting by his horse looking across a valley at a large mountain. In some very very rare instances this mountain has a large cross of snow on it. It is Mount of the Holy Cross in Colorado. Let me know if you see one. The last I saw was in France and the price was steeep and shipping was as much as the purchase price. Thanks for your help.
I have an original folder from Brown & Bigelow with 4 of Palenske copper etchings
I am looking for more info on the date he did them and any thoughts on value.
My father has 2 prints by Palenske, commissioned by the Tweedy Shoe Company.These prints have documentation on parchment to verify that the prints were for that company. The prints are signed R.H. Palenske. We have been trying to find out about his art since he gained possession of them. Now I can tell him something about the artist since I've found this site.Thanks
R. H. Palenske
I have a drawing I believe signed by R. H. Palenske that is called " Ponder " - The Big Suprised. This is a picture of three horses with their jockeys racing with the head of what looks to be the winner of the race and the flower piece they put around the horse when they win the derby. Does anyone have any information on this as I would like to know if this is any special horse . It looks to be matted but, when checking it the picture looks to be actually on the matte and they have just made it look boxed. I bought it for my daughter who is a lover of horses. I would like to know what ever anyone can tell me.
Hello - I just discovered this website. I cannot give anyone information as regards market price for RH's works. However, we are looking to finish collections for our sons. I would also be interested in talking to anyone who is planning on writing RH's biography. Regards,
r h palenske
Just a note to all on values- it depends on the type of print it is. they vary, as low as 10, high as 75. look on ebay and other auctions. I am writing his biography, would appreciate any info anyone may have. thanks.