Virtual Art Exhibit
The images on this page are ones that were found at the noted Web sites around the Internet. Click on the thumbnail to view the larger version.
| "Settlers and Seeds - Civilization's
Oil on Canvas, 28 X 39 in.
This painting is often presented with the title as "Ralph Phillips". According to Michael Grauer, "this is one of those errors that won't go away." Ralph Phillips did pose for the "Riders of the Purple Sage" illustrations in circa 1920. The so-called "Ralph Phillips" painting is dated 1908 when Ralph was 8 years old.
|D. M. Ferry & Company Seed Poster. The image is of a Cowboy leading a wagon train.||San Antonio Art League Museum||(Poster offered for sale on ebaY Fall 2000)|
This was a 13½" x17½ framed print offered on ebaY June 2001
The original is owned by the Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma
See also the cover of the April 22, 1916 copy of The Literary Digest
oil on canvas, 10 X 8 inches
"Monarch of All He Surveys"
|Sold by Robert L. Parsons Fine Art|
"The Deer Hunter"
Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 inches
Signed: lower left
|The Harwood Museum of Art|
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