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Automatic. Blue with copper and silver inlay design of leaves, flowers, 2 birds on frame and slide, man's head in silver on rear of slide, Colt horse in coper inlay. 6-shot mag.
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Automatic. Factory engraved with pearl grips. Blue. Ammo .25 cal. Auto. 6-shot clip mag. 6.35mm
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Weight 201 1/4 lbs.
Created by: Remington, Frederic
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Carl Moll gained renown and influence in Vienna art circles as one of the founders of the Vienna Secession in 1897, a reaction against the restrictions of academic painting. While no one style characterized all the artists under its banner, the Secession introduced many of the elements now associated with Art Nouveau, including an emphasis on geometric design. In addition to more Modernist elements, Moll himself was particularly influenced by Vermeer, and in A Connoisseur in His Study we find the meticulously detailed interior typical of Vermeers work. In 1905, a dispute between members of the Secession, some of whom...
Created by: Moll, Carl
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5 inches long
Created by: Pollard, Donald
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3-1/2 inches high, 4-1/8 inches long
Created by: Dowler, David
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Weight 40 lbs., 4 ozs.
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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Perhaps reflecting his own background growing up in Cleveland, Texas, artist Garland Swinney has focused on paintings that display the self-sufficiency of rural life along with the icons that represent it, like "Covered Bridge." Born in 1961, Swinney won his first art award when only fifteen. He received his artistic training from North Harris County College, later serving as an instructor in watercolor there. Since then, he has traveled extensively throughout the American South, depicting various landscape subjects with an intriguing interplay of light and shadow.
Created by: Swinney, Garland
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The importing of horses into North America created a revolution in the lifestyle of the native population. Not only did they greatly expand mobility and increase territorial incursions, they also became a source for wealth, both on their own account and as a tool for trading. Raiding parties that sought to steal horses from enemy tribes were soon a regular rite of passage for young warriors and a source of revenue for their elders. In Covering the Trail, following a successful raid, the thieves are driving the stolen horses up a stream, attempting to conceal their trail until they reach...
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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Weight - 6 pounds, 9 ounces Inscribed "Peyrol"
Created by: Bonheur, Isidore
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