AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum (1849 – 1925)

Posted by L. A. on October 26, 2009


The Prairie Letter-BoxThe Prairie Letter-Box

small_The Old Navy (Spinning A Yarn Aboard USS Mohican)The Old Navy (Spinning A Yarn Aboard USS Mohican)

A Day With The ChickensA Day With The Chickens – Fresh Shot

A Wild Turkey HuntA Wild Turkey Hunt

The Cavalry School At West PointThe Cavalry School At West Point

Indian Warfare - Discovery Of The VillageIndian Warfare – Discovery Of The Village

Montana Cowboy Montana Cowboy

Wheat-Harvesting In DakotaWheat-Harvesting In Dakota

Battle Of GettysburgBattle Of Gettysburg

Battle Of VicksburgBattle Of Vicksburg

Painting The Town RedPainting The Town Red

Cheyenne Scouts At DrillCheyenne Scouts At Drill

The ScoutThe Scout

Western Cavalry Horse

Western Cavalry Horse

With A Paymaster's Escort

With A Paymaster’s Escort

A Horse Auction On The Frontier

A Horse Auction On The Frontier

The United States Battle-Ship Indiana At Target Practice

The United States Battle-Ship Indiana At Target Practice

Soldiers Pinned Down Inside Indian Reservation

Soldiers Pinned Down Inside Indian Reservation

The Modern Ship Of The Plains

The Modern Ship Of The Plains

On The Blockade Off San Juan - Under The Cruiser's Guns

On The Blockade Off San Juan – Under The Cruiser’s Guns

The March Out

The March Out

Taps

Taps

The War Party

The War Party

Civil War Officer Shooting His Horse

Civil War Officer Shooting His Horse

Mountain Cowboy

Mountain Cowboy

 

 

One Response to “Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum (1849 – 1925)”

  1. Susan Beardslee said

    This is wonderful body of work.
    I looked up Zogbaum because I presently own and live in the house in Tryon that the Zogbaums lived in at one time. Would love to learn more about them and connect with any of the grandchildren that are interested in chatting about the house on Hunting Country Road and family history that centered around their old Hunting Country life.
    Coincidentally, I am an artist too.
    Susan Beardslee

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