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"Navajo Family 1986" by Olaf Wieghorst - Lithograph $1,800
Navajo Family 1986 Limited Edition Print by Olaf Wieghorst
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Olaf Wieghorst

"Navajo Family 1986"

1986
  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph

    Size : 25.5x29.5 in  |  65x75 cm
    Framed : 34x38 in  |  86x97 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 1500

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Hand Signed : Lower Left
Condition : Excellent
Framed without Glass : Wooden
Purchased from : Dealer 1986
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Certificate of Authenticity : Hadley House
LID : 140998
Olaf Wieghorst - Denmark

Art Brokerage: Olaf Wieghorst Danish Artist: b. 1899-1988. Olaf Wieghorst was born in Jutland, Denmark, in 1899. As a Child he developed a passion for horses and tales of the American West. He was a painter of the American West in the vein of Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. Wieghorst emigrated to the United States from Denmark in 1918 and lived the rest of his life there. He spent his working career on mounted patrol with the U.S. Cavalry, was part of a campaign that chased Pancho Villa back across the border and the New York City Police Department Mounted Division, with occasional interludes as a wrangler on ranches in the western states. Wherever he went, he sketched and painted the Western culture he loved, often selling his work as calendar and magazine illustrations (such as Zane Grey's Western Magazine and Hoofs and Horns, an honor he shared with other cowboy artists such as Dan Muller). Wieghorst eventually settled in San Diego County, California and spent the rest of his life there working on his art. Many of his works can be found on display at the Olaf Wieghorst Museum in El Cajon, California. Art Brokerage no longer accepts listings for prints.

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