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Harold Dow Bugbee (1900 – 1963)

Posted by L. A. on April 8, 2014


Indians Herding Buffalo

Indians Herding Buffalo

Taos Pueblo

Taos Pueblo

Western Roundup

Western Roundup

Gray Dawn

Gray Dawn

Running Buffalo

Running Buffalo

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A Horse Wrangler

A Horse Wrangler

Moving Camp sketch

Moving Camp sketch

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On The Hopi Trail

On The Hopi Trail

Drifting Down The Draw

Drifting Down The Draw

Cowboy Cornered

Cowboy Cornered

Frank Coleson At Palo Duro Canyon, Texas

Frank Coleson At Palo Duro Canyon, Texas

Elk

Elk

Pueblo Girl

Pueblo Girl

Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly

Old Trapper

Old Trapper

Triassic Peak In Shadow

Triassic Peak In Shadow

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title unknown

Calf Roping

Calf Roping

The Rope Corral

The Rope Corral

Roping Scene With Cowgirl

Roping Scene With Cowgirl

The Eagle Dancer

The Eagle Dancer

The War Dance

The War Dance

Charles Goodnight

Charles Goodnight

 

2 Responses to “Harold Dow Bugbee (1900 – 1963)”

  1. An uncommon sign for classic themes. Intriguing.

  2. James said

    I found these wonderful to view. Thanks for posting them. I recently acquired some correspondence and family history that relate to the Bugbees and the Carrolls of Clarendon from the turn of the century. I found three watercolor and penciled postcards of western scenes by Harold, a poem he wrote, and an old article written on one of his paintings printed in the Amarillo News. I was curious to find out who he was. These paintings give me a greater understanding of his unique place in the history of the Texas Panhandle. Much Appreciated! Anyone wanting to contact me may do so at markoalert @ gmail . com

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