AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Fred Darge (1900 – 1978)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on February 25, 2013


On Guard

On Guard

Two Riders, Taos, New Mexico

Two Riders, Taos, New Mexico

A Friendly Encounter

A Friendly Encounter

The Approaching Storm

The Approaching Storm

Approaching Storm (Ed Love Ranch, Sierra Blanca, West Texas)

Approaching Storm (Ed Love Ranch, Sierra Blanca, West Texas)

Afternoon Shadows

Afternoon Shadows

The Roundup

The Roundup

In A Bad Fix

In A Bad Fix

Afternoon Shadows

Afternoon Shadows

Get Along

Get Along

In The Creek

In The Creek

Cowboy With Horse

Cowboy With Horse

Old Pedro The Goat Herder

Old Pedro The Goat Herder

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Frank Reaugh

Frank Reaugh

Bucking Bronc

Bucking Bronc

Burnham Ranch

Burnham Ranch

Riding Stable

Riding Stable

Runaway Steers

Runaway Steers

The Outlaw, New Mexico

The Outlaw, New Mexico

Mesa

Mesa

Back Home, Dawson Ranch, Presidio County, Texas

Back Home, Dawson Ranch, Presidio County, Texas

Coming Home

Coming Home

Rider And Pack Horse, Big Bend Texas

Rider And Pack Horse, Big Bend Texas

title unknown

title unknown

Texas Longhorn

Texas Longhorn

Early Morning (Wichita Mountain Wild Life Refuge, Oklahoma)

Early Morning (Wichita Mountain Wild Life Refuge, Oklahoma)

Survival Of The Fittest

Survival Of The Fittest

Landscape

Landscape

Autumn Landscape

Autumn Landscape

A Friendly Encounter (thanks to Mr. Robert McKee)

A Friendly Encounter (thanks to Mr. Robert McKee)

title unknown (thanks to Mr. Robert McKee)

title unknown (thanks to Mr. Robert McKee)

 

 

7 Responses to “Fred Darge (1900 – 1978)”

  1. Robert E. McKee III said

    Suzy, Thank you for adding Fred Darge. He is one oh my favorite artists. “Old Pedro the Goat Herder” is one of my favorite paintings. The West Texas of the past is quickly disappearing. Darge painted it like it used to be. It is gone forever and never will return.

    • Jim Carey said

      I am an avid fan/collector of the works of Fred Darge. He represents the spirit of West Texas, and I’m honored to own several of his works as testimony to that spirit and his genius.

  2. Brian said

    I inherited a fred darge painting titled ” going home ” that I’m looking to possibly sell , if anyone knows how best to go about this I would greatly appreciate the help
    Thank you Brian
    Cell 410-491-9037

  3. Robert E. McKee III said

    Suzay,
    I have 2 really good Fred Darge pictures you might want to add to your web site.
    How do I send them to you.
    Robert McKee

  4. Elaine Darge Barsevich said

    I looked up Fred Darge because while reading my paternal grandfathers obit I saw a Fred Darge attended his funeral. Grandfathers name was: William F Darge Born: 6/8/1854 in Kekoskee, Dodge Co, Wi
    Died: 5/21/1908 in Worden, Clark Co, Wi

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