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Robert Amick

 (1879 - 1969)
Robert Wesley Amick was active/lived in Connecticut, Colorado.  Robert Amick is known for western genre-views, illustrator.

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Artist Bulletins for Robert Wesley Amick


42 archived bulletin(s) below.    (Note:  Bulletins are no longer updatable as of 2015.)

Robert Wesley amick painting
Jack sherrod (02/28/2015)
I found a painting by Robert Wesley amick in my mothers attic of an adult Indian with two younger Indians sitting next to a clay pot overlooking water with mountains in the distance. Please enlighten me with all the facts if you can, although it will remain hanging on my wall I would like to know its value.





Robert Wesley Amick
James Anders (01/10/2014)
I know someone who has a picture or painting signed of man o war and I was asked to find out anything I can about it





Robert Wesley amick
Janet coy (12/30/2013)
I have a signed painting by Robert Wesley Amick that has a Native American standing and three horses with two soldiers, can anyone tell me anything about this?





Robert Wesly Amick
Melanie Sledden (12/03/2013)
I have a picture of Solitude #672. It was in my grandmothers hous for over 45 years and I am 58 and so this is really old. It is in the origional frame, infact, it has the origional nails on it. Would love to hear from anyone that has knowledge of this. Thank you. Melanie





Query
Isabel (04/21/2013)
We have a picture of an Indian inhis canoe with his reflecton in the water and he is fishing -"Phantom Canyon". The signature Robert Wesley Amick is on 3 separate lines and I can't see a number of title of the picture. It is in a gold and black frame and has a glass and blue matt. We brought it with us to Toronto when we immigrated in 1962 and prior to that it was hung in my in-laws home in England. On the bottom right hand corner is a circle with The US P & L Co. and a C.





Man-O-War Painting
Jim Meyers (07/17/2012)
I have an original Man-O-War oil painting signed by Amick. It is identical to the prints that were made in 1942. This was purchased in the 20's or 30's by a great Aunt. Are there more ot these paintings out there. It is in the original frame. It has a small nick and is dirty. Is it worth restoring? I would be happy to put it on loan to a museum if it is of any value to them.





Bert Amich: Totem Pole
DM Richardson (02/11/2010)
Does anyone know if "Bert Amick" is the same Robert Amick? I have a carved Totem Pole 13 feet 9 inches tall- dated 1967 with the name Bert Amick. Any ideas?





original watercolor
Joyce Rohde (01/14/2010)
I previously submitted a comment about having an original watercolor by Robert Wesley Amick and have not received any information or comments. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks, Joyce Rohde





Indian fishing from canoe in pool by rocks
Lloyd Skinner (12/28/2009)
I am originally from Yarmouth, NS, where RWA's wife was from. My print hung in my grandfather's study for many years. From other comments, this is identified as either "Enchanted Pool" or "Phantom Canyon". Will someone please confirm which for me? Lloyd Skinner





Robert Wesley Amick
Joyce Rohde (11/22/2009)
I have an original watercolor by Robert Wesley Amick, approx. 9 by l2, forest in background, pond, and logs piled up on the shore. It is unframed, signed, and in very good condition. Does anyone know anything about this painting? Thanks,





paintings
mike akers (10/07/2009)
i have an old painting by robert wesley amiclt it is a idian setting by lake with his refection in water can anyone give any info on it.





amick painting
shirley gleeson (09/22/2009)
Hi i am from AUSTRALIA i have an AMICK PAINTING OF AN INDIAN LOOKING AT HIS REFLECTION IN THE WATER .iTS IN A LOVELY OLD GOLD GILT FRAME AND HAS GLASS IN FRAME WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS PAINTING SIGNED IN BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER





American Indian Fishing
min (03/25/2009)
while i only have a print of this, it has a special place in the family's heart having been a treasured possession of my great great grandfather and now my father. I would love any information about when the original was painted, and where... and where the original might be today if possible. many thanks





Robert Wesley Amick
John Boche (01/12/2009)
I have a painting of an adult indian male with two young native boys sitting and looking down at a river with a clay pot next to them and a view of mountains. Signed on front Robert Wesley Amick.. this painting was bought at a art sale at Folsom Prison in the 50's ..





robert w amick man o war
patric eriksson (12/08/2008)
I HAVE ROBERT W AMICK PAINTING. NAME OF PAINTING IS ,MAN O WAR CONTEMPERARY AMERICAN.IT,S A RED GOLDEN HORSE IN A CONTRY FIEL.THE PAINTING COM TO SWEDEN 1960 WITH MY FAMILY. CAN YOU TELL MI LITLE OF HIS WORK





Robert Wesley Amick
Lynn (11/16/2008)
I have a picture of my grandparents that has a covered wagon with family inside pulled by oxen. Has transportation of the future and a city in the background. What is this picture?





"Where the Sun Goes"
Kathryn Hemmerling (08/31/2008)
This was puchased at an antique auction in Canada. It is framed in what appears to be an old frame. There seems to be some acid damage on it. Do you have any suggestions of how and where this might be fixed? What might the value of this print be with and without damage? Thank you for your help...Kathy





Print
Sharon (08/28/2008)
I have a signed Robert Wesley Amick print of a Native American gazing over a canyon with pueblo dwellings in the background and two pieces of pottery beside him. Is this pring of any value? Thank you.





Re: Margaret Clark
Joan Hunter (07/04/2008)
I'm also in the UK and I also have a print of Amicks Phantom Canyon, although I've yet to come across anything which tells me the actualy name of the print or any numbers.





idian scout
charlie (05/06/2008)
i have what apears to be a print signed robert weasly amick in bottom right hand corner of a indian scout over looking a valley standing next to his orse with two calvery men can anyone help me out with a little more information on this print?





robert wesley amick picture
sandy (04/15/2008)
I would like to know about a painting of an indian in a canoe fishing.I know of one a friend has and we were wondering if anyone knew anything about it please let me know Thank you sandy





re Phantom Canyon
Margaret Clark (03/26/2008)
My print of the Phantom Canyon has the number and title printed on the lower left front as part of the print. it is in a dark cyan blue. I'd still like to know if there are any more in the UK.





RE: Amick covered wagon print queries
shipjohnny (03/24/2008)
I recently bought a copy of this 18x30 print for $50. at an Oregon antique dealer who called it "Conestoga". That is the type of wagon depicted but is not the actual title. Others have called it "Oregon Trail", "The Pioneers", and "Covered Wagon". I believe the actual title is "The Pioneers". I bought it only for the original oak frame c.1920 as the print itself is badly faded and sun damaged. R.W. Amick painted the original (note to mangum,tex - you don't have it!) about 1910 and in the 1920's thousands of prints were made of this and a dozen of his other 'Old West' style paintings by a New York art house. They were distributed to schools across the US and so they are certainly not rare. His prints are however popular today and sell regularly at auction and in art galleries and antique shops. One copy of "The Pioneers" sold on eBay in 2006 for $175. Another is for sale at an web gallery now for $225. Other copies are featured in auctions usually with pre-sale estimates of over $1000. but I don't know if any actually sold for that much. Unless your copy is in excellent condition (no tears, no foxing, always kept under glass, and out of the sun!) it's not worth much and there's no point insuring it separately. SJ





robert wesley amick painting Query
mangum,tex (03/17/2008)
I have this painting of a covered wagon pulled by oxen on a hill heading down into a valley. Two men on horses & two dogs are behind the wagon. It is painted on a thick material. It is signed on the lower left and has no number unless it is under the frame. I am tryiny to find out it is called. If anyone knowes. Thank you.





print of Robert Wesley Amick
Debra Campbell (03/09/2008)
would like to know about this print three Indians on horseback loking down on a wagon train.any info would help. Debra CAMPBELL





2 period prints of native americans in canoes
margaret clark (02/15/2008)
I have 2 period framed, large prints both of native americans in canoes one is titled Phantom Canyon no:632 he's fishing from the canoe...the other is Solitude no: 672 and the figure is looking out across the lake. I think these are two of the series of prints for schools but I am in the UK...so I wonder how they got here? interested in dates and any further details...are they common in USA?





query
Edith Schwirian (01/01/2008)
query Hi I also have a what I think is a print, it is not numbered but signed Robert Wesley Amick in bottom right. The picture is of an Indian in a canoe, in a canyon looks like he has a stick in his hand, with reflection. The picture is 30x13 1/2. Has a carved blue and brown frame. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks, Edith





robert wesley amick painting
mangum tex (10/23/2007)
I have a painting by Robert Wesley Amick, it does not seem to be a copy. It is on an thick piece of meterial. It is of an large covered wagom, pulled by {6} six oxen. It has two dogs walking and two men on horse back to the rear of wagon. Behind the wagon it is mountains, some are snow covered. The wegon is on an hill heading down into a valley. The picture is 18"x 30" in a wooden frame and apears to be very old. Thanks





Oops...!
Linda Talley (08/26/2007)
Whoops, I forgot to add, be sure to place the word "Query" in your subject line as it is a word that my system recognizes to be important, and so you can rest assured if you place it in the subject line, your email will not go into my trash folder by mistake. As always, Take good care, Linda Talley





Assistance...
Linda Talley (08/26/2007)
For anyone seeking assistance with their Amick art (or artwork, in general), feel free to send me several good photos of your piece, including any signatures or writing that can easily be seen. (Please do not open the back of any piece if it is currently sealed, you only lower the value by doing this!) Also, please do not try cleaning any painting or print on your own, there is simply no safe way to clean these w/o professional help. Sincerely, Linda Talley





r.w.amick
angel (08/18/2007)
i have a r.w.armick painting. name of painting is " man o' war " it' s a brown gold horse in a country fiel. line #1720 frame#324n order#1009 may this be a copy of his work?





Where does the sun go
Eilidh MacRae (07/30/2007)
I purchased what I think is a print, framed in an antique shop. The name of the print is "where does the sun go", is it the same print enquired about by Denise Stenner? The print has Indians looking out over the plains. It is currently in my father's house so I may have the title slightly wrong. It is framed, and like Ms Stenner we have not taken the picture out of its frame but are assuming it is a print..Is there any value? The gentleman at the antique store told me that the frame was quite old, maybe 40s or 50s but not sure. It could be older but have not had it examined by an expert. I would greatly appreciate any information.





3 Indians
HEATHER (03/06/2007)
I need help finding info on the picture of 1 man and 2 Indian boys. They are sitting next to the water.





Wesley oil painting
Dale S. (10/26/2006)
I have a oil painting my mother bought in 1969. It is signed by "Wesley". It depicts a stream between land with a house in the back on the stream. Anyone know who this artist is?? Thanks





lithograph seascape of fishing schooner
E Letendre (10/07/2006)
Ihave a large lithograph of the fishing schooner Alice Glouchester. by Robert Wesley Amick this is a beautiful picture 42"by 32" I am trying to research the picture and the schooner. The schooner Alice built in essex story shipyard in 1884 77' long 22'wide 8' deep. If anyone can tell me anything about the schooner or the picture it would be apprecieated I know a bit about amick. thank you Ed





Amick Print
Nancy (09/26/2006)
Looking for an Amick print called "The Teacher." Was originally told artist was John Wesley Amick but can find no such artist. Native Americans in a crouched position around fire. Thanks, Nancy





want info. on an Amick painting
Patty (07/23/2006)
I have a Robert Wesley Amick painting of a Native American man, kneeling on one knee between two pieces of pottery, looking out over the landscape with clay structures in the background. Please forward any info. about this painting. Thank you!





Curious
Herman Tannenbaum (04/05/2006)
I have a portrait done by Robert Amick. I was not aware that he did portraits.what stage in his career did he do those and in what locale. Herman Tannenbaum





Robert Amick Prints
J Hunter (02/05/2006)
RE Philip Bowens comments.. I too have the print of an indian sitting in a canoe staring at his reflection. If you find out any more information about this print please let me know. Thanks





Confederate Painting
Michael A. Moss (12/01/2005)
This painting has only Robert Wesley and not Robert Wesley Amick. Are the one and the same.





Robert Amick
Lynne (08/09/2004)
I have an original water color with the original fram of a snow covered bridge. Mr. Amick taught my mother and my aunt painting lessons in the 1920s and 1930s. My mother grew up in Old Greenwich, CT. The painting I have was a wedding present from Mr. Amich to my parents when they were married. My mother's name was Jane Maynard.





oil painting titled "Jale (?) Tugs"
eugenie Jenkins (02/01/2002)
I have an original oil painting of Amick's which depicts tugboats at pier in winter, it looks like New York. The back of the painting places the location at Washington Square, NY. It states that the artist is a pupil of Arts Students League of NY. It's signed Amick maybe the original frame, says $450.00 Can someone tell me about this painting (like what exactly is the title) and how much I need to insure it for?





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