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Robert Wesley Amick (1879 – 1969)

Posted by L. A. on October 1, 2010


The Pioneers

Covered Wagon

Where The Sun Goes

Where The Sun Goes

Cowgirl On The Range

Phantom Canyon

Phantom Canyon

Phantom Canyon (detail)

Indian

Cowboys

Stagecoach

Too Late To Save Custer

Horse In Landscape

At The Stables

Ranch Scene

The Pioneers

Three Indians Overlooking Homestead In The Valley

The Pueblo Indian

The Indian Weaver

The Indian Weaver

The Craftsman

The Craftsman

The Rainmaker

The Rainmaker

Indian In Canoe

Indian In Canoe

From Harvest

From Harvest

Indians In Ambush On A Wagon Trail

Indians In Ambush On A Wagon Trail

Stagecoach

Stagecoach

On The Range

On The Range

At The Bunkhouse

At The Bunkhouse

Taking A Break

Taking A Break

title unknown

title unknown

Stagecoach Traveling Through A Canyon

Stagecoach Traveling Through A Canyon

Bears And Hunters

Bears And Hunters

Hunting Wild Bear

Hunting Wild Bear

Whirlaway

Whirlaway

Noon

Farmhouse In Countryside

Farmhouse In Countryside

The Timber Woods

The Timber Woods

Autumnal Scene

Autumnal Scene

Ship Captain Peering Out At The Docks

Ship Captain Peering Out At The Docks

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

Pioneers

10 Responses to “Robert Wesley Amick (1879 – 1969)”

  1. Peter Harrington said

    I have in my possession a painting by Robert Wesley Amick captioned “The Canyon” given to me by a friend. I have searched the web to try and verify any authenticity and have come across one which is almost identical captioned ” Phantom Canyon ” by the same artist. Can anyone give me any information about this. I reside in Australia and if nothing is forthcoming it will appear in my soon coming yard sale. Thank you.

  2. Cynthia Wallace said

    I have a picture of Man O’ War dated 1952 by Amick..is it of any value?

    • stuart c. fisher said

      i have an originial watercolor of Man O’War by Amick that i personally purchased 1959/60. Have you determined value of Amick’s work.

  3. Shel said

    Do you know the value of the unknown titled piece of the father and son which is by Robert Wesley Amick?

    • stuart c. fisher said

      HAVE YOU HAD ANY LUCK IN DETERMINING THE VALUE OF AMICK’S WORK? THANKS I HAVE AN ORIGINIAL WATERCOLOR.

  4. S. Dianne Gyurko said

    Looking for a color print by Robert Wesley Amick… depicts longhorns two reflections of the longhorn cattle reflected in a stream, bluebonnets, and an old wooden cart. Can you locate this picture for me in a print?

  5. Jim Kluemper said

    I have a picture of Man O War by Mr. Amick and was curious as to any value. I do not find a date with the signature.

  6. Errol Kister said

    I have a painting or print #102 Robert Wesley Amick the Oregon Trail. I was wondering how much it is worth.

  7. Connie Draper said

    I have a print by Robert Wesley Amick, it is called “Where The Sun Goes”. Does it have any value? It is not in bright as shown on this site, more monotone, with the blues, greens, browns and black.

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