Palo Duro Night by Gary Niblet, Fine Art, Painting, Western fine art, fine art: painting, fine art: painting: new mexico, fine art: painting: western, Gary Niblet, new item, New Mexico, United States
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Palo duro night by gary niblet

Item Number: AG0862


8" x 10". Well framed. Cowboy Artists of America (Sipher)/90. Exhibited at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. American Art in Miniature in the 1990s. Born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico and living with his wife, Monika in Santa Fe, Gary Niblett is a painter, primarily with oil, of western scenes especially Navajo and Pueblo Indians, cowboys on horses in landscape, and frontier genre. He has also done paintings from his travels such as Streets of Warsaw and Women of Golondrinas, and during these travels exhibited work in Moscow, Taiwan, Beijing and the Royal Watercolor Society in London. Deciding to focus on western art, Niblett left commercial art in 1973. He and his wife, Monica, returned to New Mexico where they live in an adobe style home. In New Mexico, he has received much attention for the quality of his painting. In 1990, he was named "Distinguished Calendar Artist" for New Mexico Magazine, and one of his oil paintings is in the collection of the New Mexico state capitol building. He has also been featured in magazines such as International Fine Art Collector, Time, Saturday Review and New Mexico Magazine. In 1976, Niblett was voted into the Cowboy Artists of America, painters and sculptors dedicated to representational western art in the tradition of Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. In that organization's annual exhibitions, he has received special recognition including an Oil Painting Award, Silver, 1986; Water Solubles Award, Gold Medal: 1983, 2001, 2004; and Silver: 1982 and 1983. Frame 16" x 18"

PERIOD: Late 20th Century

ORIGIN: New Mexico, United States

SIZE: 8" x 10" frame 16" x 18"


PRICE $5,500

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