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Larry Zabel Limited Edition Prints, Signed & Numbered - Closes Tuesday, October 2, 2018 beginning at 7 pm EDT (2 items close per minute). Soft close - active bidding will extend closing time. Keep refreshing screen!

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0.Cowboy artist Larry Zabel was born in Deer Creek, Minnesota, and settled about 70 miles from Yellowstone National Park near McAllister, Montana. Carving and drawing were primary boyhood interests of Zabels. He received an art degree from Long Beach State in California, and spent an additional year at the University of the Americas (formerly Mexico City College). This background led him into a career in technical and commercial illustration, including a decade at the Naval Weapons Center in the California desert, involved in various audio-visual activities. Zabel labeled himself a cowboy artist, as he and his wife moved to Montana in 1988, allowing him to live out a fantasy of Indians, cowboys, and bears. There he was able to paint the life he wanted to live. The subjects of his works include a wide variety of wildlife native to Montana, but his earlier paintings focused on cowboys and Indians. Zabel strove for accurate portrayals, and was most satisfied when the viewer recognized his canyons, ranches, and animals. His acknowledgements and awards include Artist of the Year at the Southern Maryland Wildlife Festival and Best Painting at the Charlie Russell Auction Show. Larry Zabel died on September 11, 2012 at his McAllister, Montana home. Sources:Biography from the Archives of askART Vicki Stavig, "The Studio", Art of the West, April, 1997, p.15 Carol Flaherty
1.“Short Summer Above the Madison” ©1992 by Larry Zabel #147 / 500, 42” x 25” framed with certificate (All measurements approximate)
2.“Scent of the Enemy” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #353 / 750, 27” x 15” framed with certificate
3.“Trails of the Tobacco Roots” ©1991 by Larry Zabel #432 / 850, 34” x 20” framed with certificate
4.“Raiders Rendezvous at Square Butte” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #40 / 500, 40” x 22” framed with certificate
5.“Little Brother” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #164 / 350, 27” x 23” framed (no certificate)
6.“Late Gather on the Gravelly Range © 1994 by Larry Zabel #304 / 500, 40” x 22” framed with certificate
7.“On a High Desert Point” © 1993 by Larry Zabel #204 / 500, 30” x 19” framed with certificate
8.“Cross the Flathead” ©1991/published 1993 by Larry Zabel #161 / 500, 40” x 24” framed with certificate
9.Entry 19 “Montana Centennial Wagon Train" ©1990/published 1993 by Larry Zabel #196 / 850, 29” x 18” framed with certificate
10.“Mist Along the Madison” ©1991/Published 1994 by Larry Zabel #63/650, 40” x 24” framed with Certificate (small knick on frame)
11.“Dog Tired” ©1992/published 1994 by Larry Zabel #601 /650, 36” x 22” framed with Certificate
12.“On a High Desert Point” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #142 / 500, 15” x 26” with Certificate
13.“Season of Gold” ©1992/published 1994 by Larry Zabel #163 / 500, 31” x 18” with Certificate
14.Entry 19 “Montana Centennial Wagon Train” ©1990/published 1994 by Larry Zabel #165 / 850, 25” x 15” with Certificate
15.“Brood Mares at Valley Garden Ranch” ©1992 by Larry Zabel #433 / 500, 20” x 36” with Certificate
16.“Shaman’s Promise” ©1991 by Larry Zabel #353 / 500, 22” x 30” (no certificate)
17.“Attach on the Wagons” ©1995 by Larry Zabel #601 /1300, 38” x 20” with Certificate
18.“Autumn Encounter on the Yellowstone Plateau” ©1995 by Larry Zabel #292 / 950, 38” x 22” with Certificate
19.“Attack on the Wagons ©1995 by Larry Zabel #163 / 1300, 38” x 20” with Certificate
20.“Trails of the Tobacco Roots” ©1991/1994 by Larry Zabel #553 / 850, 32” x 20” with Certificate
21.“Mist Along the Madison” ©1991/published 1994 by Larry Zabel #163 / 650, 20” x 36” with Certificate
22.“Late Gather on the Gravelly Range” ©1994 by Larry Zabel #252 / 500, 16.5” x 35” with Certificate
23.“Little Brother” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #293 / 350, 21” x 17.5” (no certificate)
24.“Little Brother” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #298 / 350, 21” x 17.5” (no certificate)
25.“Little Brother” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #188 / 350, 21” x 17.5” (still sealed - never opened)
26.“Outfitters Promise” ©1995 by Larry Zabel #49 / 500, 32” x 18” (no certificate)
27.“September Bulls” ©1993 by Larry Zabel #298 / 500, 16” x 32” (no certificate)
28.“Outfitters Promise” ©1995 by Larry Zabel #255 / 500, 32” x 18” with certificate
29."Dog Tired” ©1992/published 1994 by Larry Zabel #163 / 650, 20”x 36” with Certificate
30.“Kindred Spirits” ©1994 by Maija #471 / 950, 29” x 36” framed
31.“Beginning the Procession” (Camp Crier) ©1994 by Gary Carter #164 / 850, 41” x 28” framed with Certificate
32.“Spirits of Grizzly Creek” © 1994 by Judy Larson #2221 / 2500, 35” x 29” framed with Certificate
33.“Keepers of the Secret” ©1993 by Julie Kramer Cole #1119 / 3500, 24” x 28” framed (no Certificate)
34.“Keepers of the Secret” ©1993 by Julie Kramer Cole #3080 / 3500, 19” x 23” (no Certificate)
35.“Circle of the Sacred Dogs” ©1994 by Julie Kramer Cole #3080 / 6408, 25” x 21” (no certificate)
36.“Undefeated” © 1992/1994 by Susan Terpning #33 / 950, 16” x 20” (no certificate)
37.“Blue Mare” © 1993 by Susan Terpning #28 / 950, 16” x 16"
38.“Brother to the Moon” ©1994 by Julie Kramer Cole #3080 / 3850, 16” x 20” (no certificate)
39.“Son of the Sun” ©1994 by Julie Kramer Cole #3080 / 3850, 16” x 20” (no certificate)
40.“Black Magic” Poster © 1994 by Maija, 23” x 30”

 

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