Danielle, Lisa

Lisa Danielle - Ride the Red Gateway (PLV90426-0319-002)


Additional Information

  • Medium: Acrylic on Board
  • Size: 48'' x 30'' x 0.0''
56.5" x 38.5" framed. "This Sam Stagg rigged saddle from Butte Montana, circa 1900, could easily have been used by the riders in Maynard Dixon's 1944 painting, "Red Gateway", the high-backed saddles being favored by dudes, wranglers and packers when riding the rough country of mountains or mesas. The Navajo saddle blanket of the same vintage completes the trio from a past that has stood the test of time." -L.D. Exhibited "Along the Distant Mesa: An Homage to Maynard Dixon" Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, Arizona, March 8-April 30, 2019. Featured in the Rodeo De Tucson Show February 3 - March 3rd, 2023.

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