Boze Bell's expression combines nicely illustration and painterly handling of the medium.
|About the Artist||(Born 1946) "Bob Boze Bell's recognition as a historian may only be surpassed by his reputation as a prolific artist. "Boze paints what the rest of us can only imagine," according to Fred Nolan, author and Lincoln County War expert. He is an artist for both the film and print industries who focuses on dramatic action and attention to detail.
His work has also appeared in Playboy, National Lampoon, Arizona Highways, True West, Wild West and the Kingman Junior High Desert Rat.
His artwork has been featured in the Disney documentary AKA Billy the Kid, and the aforementioned Northport Picture's The War In Lincoln County, and the Discovery Channel's Outlaws & Lawmen series.
More of Boze's work has been featured on the Gunfighter Series produced by the Learning Channel, which aired nationally the week of May 15, 1999. Two more of these shows aired on September 30th of 1999."
taken from AskArt.com
|Medium||Watercolor on paper|
|Image size||20" height X 10 1/4" width|
|Frame||Two Alpha mat boards, regular glass, wood molding|
|Frame size||29" height X 19" width|
|Signed||"Boze Bell" at viewer's lower left in graphite|
|Date of creation||Circa 1985|
|Condition||Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed|