Joe Beeler– Everyone’s friend; his cheerful personality and mischievousness covered an exceptional young talent that hit the national scene with canvas and bronze showing the old west of cowboys and Indians in a new exiting way.
Charlie Dye– A tough nut that grew up in the cowboy world, earned national recognition as an illustrator and gave it up to pay tribute to the cowboy way of western life with his brilliant action driven art.
John Hampton– The charmer from Brooklyn New York turned out to be more cowboy than most western cowpokes. Using his incredible talent and charm he got the attention of lovers of the Old West and won plenty of new fans and friends.
Fred Harman– A man of many talents with a phenomenal memory. A patriot who served his country as a spy, but mostly known for his alter-ego the comic character Red Ryder and Little Beaver…you betchum.
George Phippen– The family man who fought his shyness and blazed the pathway for Southwest cowboy art with his original and authentic works.
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