Pair of Cowboy Prints in Matching Frames
A pair of prints of cowboys lassoing bulls, presented in matching frames. The first is an offset lithograph reproduction of a painting by well-listed American western genre painter Edward Borein (1872-1945). It depicts two cowboys on horses lassoing a brown bull in a desert landscape dotted with shrubs. The publisher’s mark, which reads ‘D. A. Inc.’ is printed in the lower left corner, and the original painting is signed by Borein. The second image is a giclee print of a 1907 painting by another American western genre painter and sculptor, Charles Russell (1864-1926). It depicts three cowboys lassoing a group of spotted bulls, as one cowboy is falling from his horse. The original painting is signed and dated in the lower left corner, and bears the same publisher’s mark as the first print. Both prints are matted in white and presented in matching beveled wooden frames of slightly different sizes. A wire is attached to the verso of each for hanging. Information about the two artist can be found at the link below.
-light wear to surface of frames.
Above measurement is larger print. Second’s measurements are 18″ × 24″ × .75″.