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Range Doctor's by Fred Fellows


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(1935 - ) Oil on canvas; 24" x 36". Fellows grew up in California where he worked as a cowboy and was an apprentice for four years to a saddle maker. He roped calves and steers on the rodeo circuit. Without formal art training he spent 10 years as a commercial artist and as an art director, later moving to Big Fork, MT to devote himself full time to painting. His studio contains a serious collection of early western guns, Plains Indian artifacts, cowboy gear and a research library. Noted on the back of this painting "Two Cowboys team-roping steer to check a brand close. Popular today in rodeo and still a useful way to handle cattle on ranches."

PERIOD: Last Half 20th Century

ORIGIN: Arizona, United States

SIZE: 24" x 36" Frame 32" x44"

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