A Robert Wesley Amick print of “The Pioneers.” This scene of a covered wagon is a part of the Western movement and title “Pioneers” is by Robert Wesley Amick (1879-1969) and was printed in the 1920s. It is signed “Robert Wesley Amick” to the bottom left and framed in a decorative gold toned wood frame. Amick is a listed artist who studied at the Art Students League of New York and the Yale School of Fine Art. He is best known for his American Old West art but painted various equines, landscapes, and genre art of both eastern and western scenes during the Arts and Crafts era.
There appears to be some fading that is typical of prints from this era. The upper right corner has some discoloration under the glass. There is some water damage to the paper backing on the back of the print that does not appear to have damaged the print. There is slight separation of the frame in the bottom corners and some loss of paint to the right bottom corner.