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Automatic revolver. Reblued. Non-standard wood grips. "P.Webley + Son. London + Birmingham." stamped on top of barrel. 37-1/4 oz.
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Manufactured by: Webley & Scott, Ltd.
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Automatic revolver. Blue; partially checkered wood grips. 42-3/4 oz.
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Manufactured by: Webley & Scott, Ltd.
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Automatic revolver. Early .455 Model In Style No. 1. Blue; wood grips. 40-3/4 ozs. "P. Webley & Son London & Birmingham" on top of barrel.
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Manufactured by: Webley & Scott, Ltd.
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Maurice Harvey was born in England where he attended the Southend College of Art in Essex and the London College of Art. He began his career in advertising, then a move to the United States led to work as a background artist in motion pictures and as a cartoonist in animated shorts and films. During the same period, he established himself as a landscape artist, opening a gallery in North Hollywood, California and even producing an instruction manual, "Landscapes/Seascapes in Acrylics." His paintings are found in hundreds of private and public collections and continue to grow in popularity for what...
Created by: Harvey, Maurice
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5 inches long
Created by: Atkins, Lloyd
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Though born in Charleston, South Carolina, Edward Henry Lamson was sent to live with cousins in New York after the death of his parents when he was only seven. He studied art in New York and Philadelphia, and then in Paris under the tutelage of Charles Gleyre and Gustave Courbet at roughly the same time as Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Returning to America in 1862, he served as a clerk aboard a Union transport ship during the Civil War. After the war, he opened a successful studio in New York, specializing in genre paintings like "What Luck." Genre painters,...
Created by: Henry, E.L.
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Once his success as an artist allowed him to retire from his duties as a cowboy, Russell delighted in making an annual fall hunting trip with several friends. He refused to kill game on these trips, however, choosing instead to enjoy viewing it in the wild and storing up observations for his art. This image is from an incident that actually occurred on one of these expeditions. Crossing the South Fork of the Flathead River, the bell mare in the lead caught scent of a grizzly on the far shore and turned back in a panic, causing the entire pack...
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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Weight 14 3/4 lbs.
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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In most of Russell's paintings involving Native Americans, his sympathies are clearly with the Indians rather than the white men. He once wrote to a friend: I remember one day we were looking at a buffalo carcus and you said Russ I wish I was a Sioux Indian a hundred years ago and I said me to Ted thairs a pair of us [.] I have often made that wish since and if the buffalo would come back tomorrow I wouldent be slow shedding a brich clout [breechcloth]. . . This included sharing much of their sense of humor regarding...
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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Weight 4 lbs., 6 ozs. Originally modelled as part of "Navajo Squaw" Cast 7/10
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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