9x12 org. 1950 oil painting by Fred Darge of the"Davis Mtns. Tx. Point of Rocks"

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Seller: starship2563 (1,459) 100%, Location: Dallas, Texas, Ships to: US, Item: 113004498558 Here's a gorgeous 9x12 original oil painting on board by famous Texas listed artist: Fred Darge circa 1950 of the "Davis Mountains Point of Rocks with two horses" Super high quality incredible piece of art: a one of kind hand painted masterpiece... Please look at all my other oil paintings; Texas Hill Country Bluebonnets: Salinas Robert Wood Fred Darge Rolla Tayler Gaitha Browning W. A. Slaughter WRThrasher Roger Ikers Freeman Garvin Harris Olan Travis Jerry Malzahn Kovach Krogle Sharp Don Warran Lazzaro Hardy Martin Kendrick Vail William Orth Corson Franklin Blackman Gibson Garza Shelton Roney Shepler Dillard Nabinger Massey Mae Barbee etc. From Askart:Fred Darge (1900 - 1978) Fred Darge was active/lived in Texas. Fred Darge is known for western genre-cowboy, landscape. Biography from the Archives of askART The following is from David Darge: Friedrich Ernst Darge Born: March 1 1900 Rendsburg, Germany Died: April 10 1978 Dallas, Texas Entered the U.S. ; Jan. 14 1923 at Port Arthur, Texas. By 1924 he was in Chicago painting under the W.P.A. Artists policy and attending the Art Institute of Chicago from where he graduated. While in Chicago he painted and made model sail boats, an interest he acquired in the German Merchant Marine at the age of 16. He also married, became a father, and managed a painting trip throughout Minnesota and the Dakota's with his wife and son. By July of 1933 he had separated from his wife and son in Chicago and had settled in San Antonio, Texas as a starving artist. In September, 1935 he moved to Dallas where he finished his paintings during the winter months and spent the summers painting on the ranches in West Texas and New Mexico. He entered the Army on Nov. 11 1942, served in the south Pacific and was honorably discharged on March 22 1944. He went to work in the defense industry for North American Aviation as a technical illustrator until the wars end. Back in Dallas, Fred bought a WWII ambulance and converted it to an artist's studio-van and spent the years from 1946 to 1978 traveling and painting throughout Texas and New Mexico, returning to Dallas to finish his paintings, carve, build and sail his model boats. His later years were spent at his studio adjacent to the Dallas Art Association where he also acted as an Instructor. His paintings have been exhibited in Chicago, New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Austin, Taos, and Sante Fe . Condition: Excellent condition! NO issues... freshly re-varnished for protection... from wetness or dryness..., Size: Medium (up to 36in.), Region of Origin: U.S America Texas, Artist: Fred Darge, Style: Impressionism, Listed By: Dealer or Reseller, Painting Surface: Canvas Board, Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work, Medium: Oil, Date of Creation: 1950-1969, Year: 1950, Features: Davis Mtns. Point of Rocks Texas, Width (Inches): 14, Color: Blue Green Landscape, Subject: Landscape Texas Western, Originality: Original, Height (Inches): 12

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