February 18, 2021 10:00 EST

Books & Manuscripts

 
  Lot 24
 
Lot 24 - [Children's & Illustrated] Harman, Fred

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[Children's & Illustrated] Harman, Fred
Nothin' But a Hoss...

No place, no date (ca. 1936). Original mixed media on silk, mounted with pins to removable paper backing. Poem below image by Ray Remlow Harris. Foxing to edges of silk, not affecting image; pinholes along bottom edge; spotting along right edge. Silk: 15 1/2 x 22 in. (394 x 559 mm).

Fred Harman (1902-82) was an American cartoonist, famously known for his Red Ryder comic strip. The comic ran from 1938-65, and was published in over 750 different newspapers.

Ray Remlow Harris was a poet and author whose work was primarily set in the Wild West. His poem, "Nothin' But a Horse" (incorrectily titled by Harman as "Nothin' But a Hoss..."), featured below the painting, was published in numerous newspapers across the country in October of 1936.

Sold for $504
Estimated at $600 - $900


 

No place, no date (ca. 1936). Original mixed media on silk, mounted with pins to removable paper backing. Poem below image by Ray Remlow Harris. Foxing to edges of silk, not affecting image; pinholes along bottom edge; spotting along right edge. Silk: 15 1/2 x 22 in. (394 x 559 mm).

Fred Harman (1902-82) was an American cartoonist, famously known for his Red Ryder comic strip. The comic ran from 1938-65, and was published in over 750 different newspapers.

Ray Remlow Harris was a poet and author whose work was primarily set in the Wild West. His poem, "Nothin' But a Horse" (incorrectily titled by Harman as "Nothin' But a Hoss..."), featured below the painting, was published in numerous newspapers across the country in October of 1936.

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