GORDON SNIDOW COORS BEER COWBOY PRINTS 6 PC SET FRAMED

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  • Item Category: Alcohol & Smoking
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 20,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

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GORDON SNIDOW COORS BEER COWBOY PRINTS 6 PC SET

This is a collection of six Gordon Snidow cowboy prints made exclusively for Coors Brewing Company in the 70's. Currently, all are framed in rough wood frames but only two are the original frames that came with the print when they were bought from Coors. For shipping the prints will be removed from the frames. If you were to buy any one of these prints from an art gallery or from Gordon Snidow's gallery, they would cost anyw between $100.00 and $950.00 each.

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Colorado Coolade - Cowboy sitting on a rail drinking his beer. Print measures 32 x 20 inches. This is one print that is in the original frame. Beige matting. Non-glare glass. T is a water mark on the mat put it has not damaged the print. The original artist proof of this print runs $3000.00. Gallery print retails for $950.00 Baked Beans and Beer - Cowboy eating and drinking outdoors. Print measures 15 x 21 inches. It is matted and framed but frame backing and clips are weak. Print has a couple of light ripples and what looks like a dirt streak from the mat on one edge. This can probably be easily removed and most certainly covered up by a new mat. Taste The High Country - Print measures 17 x 27 inches. T is some slight damage along one edge. Easy to cover with a new mat. Mat is water stained but has not damaged the print. Frame is a do-it-yourself job and poor backing. Good Times - feature 3 cowboys. Print measures 24 x 18.5 inches. No matting. Comes in the original frame but the backing pins are almost gone. Print in excellent condition. Chuckwagon - Print measures 26 x 21 inches. Slight ripple to upper right corner but not bad. Mat looks good but backing is bowing. Ain't No City Beer - This one had the glass break. The mat is warped. The print has crease up by the shoulders and t are some dirt spots that need cleaning off. Small ripple indents to poster. Still a good looking poster with no rips. Measures 30 x 17 inches. Frame is a do-it-yourself and needs work. This print retails for $750.00 +.

This collection of prints is becoming harder and harder to find. The original series for Coors Cowboys included 14 prints, some are just not available anymore.

Gordon Snidow has been known as the foremost chronicler of the contemporary cowboy for over forty years. He is a leader in the development of the American Western Art Movement, and is one of America's out-standing fine artists.

Snidow was born in Paris, Mo. in 1936. He grew up t, in Oklahoma, and Texas. He earned a BFA from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles, CA. He is a charter member of the Cowboy Artists of America. When he retired after 25 years to become a member emeritus, he was the Cowboy Artists Of America top medal winner. Snidow had won 27 Gold and Silver Medals, including three for Best of Show. His work can be found in the permanent collection of the leading Western Art Museums. Some of these are Thomas Gilcrease Museum, The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, National Center for American Western Art, The Cody Museum, and The Phoenix Art Museum.

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