Litho of Saturday Night On The Ranch
My print is of a woman in a tin tub bathing and a cowboy playing a guitar, is seen thru the window, Is anyone familiar with this print and any value?
Last drop from his stetson print in frame
bottom left " Copywrite " J. B. Stetson Company. Bottom right, litho in USA How do you tell if orig or new repo???
Saturday Night At the Ranch, Lon Megargee
What size and specifics determine the most valuable in a reproduction original print
I have a 16 by 20 painting on cavas, of the cowboy in a tub, the name is lon megargee on the lower left corner. Is this real or does it have any value?
This is an original (verified) screen print of the A-1 version. Have communicated with with a man who claims he owns three of the four known copies. What confuses me is that all the others say "6 pack $1.00" Mine says "6 pack $.96
Early Lon Megargee Paintings (in Pa.)
What is the first paintings of
Lon Megargee like
I have a oil painting I recently took to the Antiques Roadshow foreground.the appraiser thought it was a study for a larger work. My painting is approx 15x17 with 3 horseback riders in the foreground. Does anybody have any info.
Does anyone know who owns the original of Cowboy's Dream?
LON MEGARGEE ARTIST
STETSON HATS HAD A POSTER USED IN RETAIL STORES SELLING STETSON HATS. LON MEGARGEE MADE ONE USED IN MY FATHERS STORE IN ABILENE KANSAS BACK PRIOR TO 1960. THE SUBJECT WAS A HORSE AND COWBOY GIVING THE HORSE A DRINK OF WATER OUT OF A TEN GALLON HAT,
Navajo along the Sate Fe
I have a small print, and on the inside of the folded print is a menu from the Sante Fe Dining Car-El Capitan. I also have a few others with different artists....
Lon Megargee Art
I am a Manager at LON's restaurant, which is located in a house that Lon Megargee built in the 1930's. We have many Lon Megargee paintings in our restaurant and have been telling the history of Lon for years. If you are ever in town please come by and check us out. If you have questions about any art we may be able to answer them for you. We even have ghost stories about the restaurant. Lon was the first commissioned artist in Arizona and also has painting at the State Capital Building. Come in and see me for a tour and our version of the Lon Megargee Experience.
cowboy in bathtub painting
we have a painting, that was my husbands grandfathers, past on to his father, now his. Cowboy in bathtub, on lower left corner is printed the name gargee with an o and n above it. Does anyone know what this means?
Do you know where I can see these pictures of these paintings because
I"m been looking for these for years. Cowboy Saturday Night and Serenade. Thanks
lon megargee oil painting
I believe that I have an original oil painting on canvass of what is almost the same painting as "Cowboy Saturday Night" that was done for A-1.
The painting needs some restoration.
The signature block has the L O N spaced out above the MEGARGEE and what looks like the date 1917 under it.
We always thought it was a print of a real nice painting so it hasn't been given the care it deserves.
Lon Megargee's paintings
I'm interested in finding the title for two prints that I think came from the 40's-50's 1, cowboy in a bath tub,horse looking through window. 2, Lady in wash tub taking bath with a cowboy playing guitar. Thanks for any infor
Lon Megargee follow-up
Since my 3/28 posting, I have removed the painting from the frame, taken digital pics, and have the following to add: On the back is written "Out of the Canyon" #7, Class No 180; Lot No. 538; Watercolor; 16 x 20 3/4 Bate Studio, Third Floor Lyecuro (sp?) Bldg, Los Angeles, Cal.
On the front under L. Megargee is spaced out 1 9 17.
I assume the latter is the date. If it is a watercolor, it is very thick, looking like multi-layers where the top is damaged. I plan on having it repaired and insured. It's a treasure! Any one know why it would be number at #7? Did he do a series of Indian paintings/watercolors?
I am very excited to finally find something about who did this painting. I got it at a yard sale and even tho one corner is damaged, and I thought it odd that it was painted on a board like material and not traditional canvas, I loved the picture and took it home. Been looking since last summer for info. Mine is an Indian on horse back coming over a rise, with the silouette of another rider behind. It is done in mostly blue and brown tones with a bit of yellow. I Love it and want to have the corner of the sky where the paint is falling off repaired. Any one know the name of the picture?? (There is a hint of more lettering under the signature, but it's hidden by the frame. Because of the 'sky falling' I hesitate to take it out to see what is written. My painting also has a red mark after the signature. Looks like an M over a circle with a large red dot in the center of the circle. Again, any info would be appreciated! Judith Sperling, A Star J Ranch, McNeal, AZ
Megargee lived with my grandparents near Jerome Arizona and in exchange for board paid them with two paintings. One painting was a portrait of Yellow Horse Navajo. The other was a painting of my grandfather's sheep ranch, a canyon with sheep on the mountainside. Both are dated 1911.