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John Edward Borein (American 1872 - 1945) Etching and drypoint, Sioux Chief

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John Edward Borein (American 1872 - 1945) Drawing Etching and drypoint on paper, 'Sioux Chief', cowboy / Native American genre. Men on horseback, gazing over a landscape. Rives watermark on wove paper, unsigned. Unframed. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Edward Borein rode south in 1893 at the age of twenty-one, and over the next few years, he worked his way through California and the vast length of Mexico. While on the range, the young cowboy sketched from the saddle in his spare time during the day, and then refined his lines with pen and ink in the evening. Edward Borein also proved quite prolific and produced over three hundred different etchings, a multitude of watercolors and ink drawings, and a handful of oil paintings. Today, this outstanding body of work gives us a glimpse into the authentic American West, from the perspective of a true cowboy and Santa Barbara's beloved inches cowpuncher artist. inches Approx.
Measurements: sheet 15.75 x 11.5 inches; plate 11.875 x 7.875 inches.
Domestic Shipping: $15
Condition Report: Great condition, slight toning to paper, slight blue marks in margins.

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John Edward Borein (American 1872 - 1945) Drawing Etching and drypoint on paper, 'Sioux Chief', cowboy / Native American genre. Men on horseback, gazing over a landscape. Rives watermark on wove paper, unsigned. Unframed. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Edward Borein rode south in 1893 at the age of twenty-one, and over the next few years, he worked his way through California and the vast length of Mexico. While on the range, the young cowboy sketched from the saddle in his spare time during the day, and then refined his lines with pen and ink in the evening. Edward Borein also proved quite prolific and produced over three hundred different etchings, a multitude of watercolors and ink drawings, and a handful of oil paintings. Today, this outstanding body of work gives us a glimpse into the authentic American West, from the perspective of a true cowboy and Santa Barbara's beloved inches cowpuncher artist. inches Approx.
Measurements: sheet 15.75 x 11.5 inches; plate 11.875 x 7.875 inches.
Domestic Shipping: $15
Condition Report: Great condition, slight toning to paper, slight blue marks in margins.

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