Collectibles

Hauser's Story Finds its Heartbeat

Two photographic albums shed much-needed light on an obscure Western artist.

Cincinnati artist John Hauser left behind few letters and no diaries, making biographical details of his life and work sketchy at best.

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Celebration of Non-Indian, Indian Art

Eanger Irving Couse’s 1917 painting tops the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction this year.

“In his Kachina Painter, Mr. Couse represents a modern Indian painting on a wall one of the sacred symbols of his ancestors.

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"He's No Parlor Car Artist"

William Robinson Leigh sets a record as his work nears the million-dollar mark.

“Remington, Russell and Leigh were once as familiar to the art world as Bach, Beethoven and Brahms to musicians, or Tinker, Evers and Chance to baseball fans.”

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Happy Trails to Cowboy King's Collectibles

Firearms at Brian Lebel’s and the sale at Christie’s New York conclude the museum auction.

The storyline sounds eerily familiar today.

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Crossed Sabres

The cutting edge of Indian War cavalry lots at two respectable firearms auctions.

The two crossed sabres insignia, cutting edge up, marked the hats of two different cavalrymen from the beginning and the end of the Indian Wars.

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True West Site Guide

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The Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp

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