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Lot: 147001 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN JUVENILE TABEBUIA

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. The stormy sky appears to be clearing in the distance creating a relaxed setting. Centered in the middle of a tropical oasis is a monumental juvenile Tabebuia. Board measures 30x24 framed to overall size of 35x29. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147002 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN THREE PALMS

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Look closely at the brush strokes of the blues used to accentuate the sky. His iconic signature of the Trinity is represented with three seagulls circling a spoil island. Board measures 20x24 framed to overall size of 25x29. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147003 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TWILIGHT OVER BAY

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower Masonite. Heavy brush application highlights the trunk and branches of the palm and oak trees. Reflections of the setting sun shimmering on the bay. The Trinity is represented with three birds in flight. Board measures 20x24 framed to overall size of 25x29. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147004 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN DAWN AWAKENING

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Wildlife is awakening to a new day with the rising sun. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 29x41. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147005 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN DAYBREAK ON THE MARSH

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite- signed lower right. Brush strokes of bright colors indicate the beauty of the coming day with dense, dark forestry surrounding this marsh scene. His iconic representation of the Trinity depicts three birds in flight over the still water. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 29x41. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147006 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN GENTLE WAVES

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Waves gently flow into the riverbank. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 31.5x43.5. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147007 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN NIGHTTIME MARSH BLUES

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson- signed lower right '82. Executed with brush. This nighttime marsh scene is painted predominately in shades of blue with moonlight reflecting on the water bringing the scene alive. Board measures 29x24 framed to overall size of 26x31. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147008 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SUNDOWN ON THE MARSH

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right 83. Executed with brush. Calm comes over the marsh as the early evening begins. Board measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 28x33. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147009 - AL BLACK FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SUNSET CRUISE

Black, Albert “Blood” (B.1947) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. Executed in brush. A couple sets out for a sunset cruise with bright fire sky sunset. Canvas measures 24x48 framed to overall size of 29x52. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147010 - ALFRED HAIR FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MARSH SCENE AT DUSK

Hair, Alfred (1941-1970) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Linen Upson - signed lower right. Painted with brush and palette knife. On a spoil island Spanish moss hangs from the branches. The allure of teaming life with the compelling foreshadow of premature death bodes both the growing greatness of the highwaymen and the untimely loss of their most beloved member. Board measures 24x48framed to overall size of 27x51. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147011 - ALFRED HAIR FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN JOURNEYS END

Hair, Alfred (1941-1970) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Both brush and palette knife were used in the execution of the artwork. Blue skies dotted with clouds and calm waters makes for an enchanting scene. Board measures 12x20 framed to overall size of 17x25. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147012 - ALFRED HAIR FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MOONLIT INLET

Hair, Alfred (1941-1970) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Linen Upson - signed lower right. Painted with brush and palette knife. The inlet waters reflect the light of the moon. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 27x39. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147013 - ALFRED HAIR FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN LONE PALM PALETTE

Hair, Alfred (1941-1970) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on pebble Upson - signed lower right. Executed in Palette knife upon a field of brushwork. Lone palm along the moonlit river. Board measures 11x24 framed to overall size of 16X28. Provenance; Palm Beach Shriners Club 4/30/1966. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147014 - CHICO WHEELER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN APPROACHING STORM

Wheeler, Charles “Chico” (1946-2019)Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower left. Wrought in palette knife and brush. A full bloom Royal Poinciana amidst appending storm. Exciting diversity of color in this Wheeler. Board measures 20x24 framed to overall size of 28x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147015 - CHICO WHEELER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN CRAWDAD BOIL

Wheeler, Charles “Chico” (1946-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower left. Executed with palette knife. A skiff is pulled up on shore near a couple that is preparing a crawdad boil. The night sky is an explosion of colors with streaks of orange blending with greens and blues. Board measures 24x24 framed to overall size of 28x28. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147016 - CHICO WHEELER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN FISHING HOLE

Wheeler, Charles “Chico” (1946-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower left. Executed with palette knife. In the backwaters a fisherman is casting for his evening dinner. Board measures 16x22 framed to overall size of 19x26. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147017 - CHICO WHEELER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN STUDY IN BROWN

Wheeler, Charles “Chico” (1946-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower left. Heavy palette knife application created this sky study in shades of brown. In the distance one observes a sailboat taking advantage of the ocean breezes. Board measures 13.5x17.5 framed to overall size of 16x20. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147018 - CHICO WHEELER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN POINCIANA

Wheeler, Charles “Chico” (1946-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower left and verso. Executed in brush and palette knife. A full bloom Poinciana is set against an orange-red sky. Board measures 11x14 framed to overall size of 16x19. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147019 - CURTIS ARNETT FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN BYZANTIUM SKY

Arnett, Curtis (B.1950) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right and executed in brush. Stately pines are interspersed among the grasslands and saw palmettos. Orange clouds are set off by the Byzantium sky. Canvas measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 30x36. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147020 - CURTIS ARNETT FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MEANDERING STREAM

Arnett, Curtis (B.1950) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. and painted with brush. An untouched stand of trees lines the bank of the stream. Air plants and Spanish moss thrive among the branches in the trees. Canvas measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 30x36. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147021 - CURTIS ARNETT FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TINY TREASURE

Arnett, Curtis (B.1950) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Executed in supple brushwork. A pine speckled wetland alive with flora and fauna. Canvas measures 11x14 framed to overall size of 16x19. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147022 - GEORGE BUCKNER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN GREEN RIVERSIDE

Buckner, George (1942-2002) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Brush and palette blend seamlessly. Reflections of flora and fauna work closely in enhancing the first morning light silent mood. Yellow highlights on the trees foretell the coming of dawn as clouds drift in a blue sky with delicate clouds in motion over the gentle sway of the grasslands. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 32x44. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147023 - GEORGE BUCKNER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN POINCIANA

Buckner, George (1942-2002) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Canvas - signed lower right. Rendered in brush and palette knife. Masterpiece Buckner Poinciana. Thick Palette knife reds and greens in divergence against a subtle classic backdrop of soil and sky. Canvas measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 22x26. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147024 - HAROLD NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN DESTINY ROAD A1A

Newton, Harold (1934-1994) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Transitional Masonite - signed lower right. Technicolor splendidly iconic image of the old river road at Fort Pierce Inlet. Contains all of the quintessential Harold points. Classic Backus sailboat framed between the palms which he borrowed from a Backus Masterpiece. A masterful array of cumulus clouds, which heal so borrowed from Backus, who studied weather and was an avid sailor. Emblematic lower right hibiscus flowers shared only with his brother Sam. (ref: "Brothers in Art" Sam River road) A broad array of color in the river surf and a close up sailboat make this example better than the recently realized $18,000 example. An essential centerpiece for the most sophisticated collections. This signature scene that lends the name "Highwaymen" to 26 artists who paved the road to Indian River School of Art fame. Profuse palette knife emblazoned upon a supple brush field. Board measures 24x40 framed to overall size of 29x45. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147025 - HAROLD NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MISTY NORTHSHORE

Newton, Harold (1934-1994) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Rendered in Palette knife relief upon a composed field of brush work. A high tide explosion of pummeling teased white oil palette knife waves blended splendidly with the intense green incised palms exude the sensation of majesty over the surrendering storm. Works such as these are becoming scarce and prized in recent markets. Board measures 24x48 framed to overall size of 30x54. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147026 - HAROLD NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SEASCAPE

Newton, Harold (1934-1994) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Orange Peel Upson - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. A stormy sea has waves crashing against the rock outcroppings. Some sunlight bisects the angry clouds and reflects beautifully off the swells of the waves. Board measures 24x48 framed to overall size of 28x52. African American Highwaymen Folk-art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147027 - HAROLD NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN UNDISTURBED RIVER

Newton, Harold (1934-1994) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Transitional Masonite - signed lower right. This was created with brush and palette knife. Sunlight drifts through powder blue skies onto a slowly moving river. This undisturbed wilderness reminds us of Florida long ago. Board measures 23x30 framed to overall size of 24x31. African American Highwaymen Folk-Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147028 - HEZEKIAH BAKER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN BALMY BREEZES

Baker, Hezekiah (1940-2007) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Palette knife upon a field of brushwork. Small blue-green waves ripple towards the shore while clouds roll gently upon the surf. An undulation of tree trunks in high relief above the foliage as a leaning palm tree blows in the wind. A brilliantly best in class example of Bakers work in large format. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 30x42. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147029 - HEZEKIAH BAKER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN UNSIGNED PALMS

(Presumed) Baker, Hezekiah (1940-2007) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - UNSIGNED. Wrought in brush and palette knife. Three palms on a spoil island are surrounded by natural habitat. Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 22x28. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147030 - ISAAC KNIGHT FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN VERDANT RIVERBANK

Knight, "Issac" Isaac (1942-2022) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Palette knife throughout. A midnight sailing excursion is framed by the verdant riverbank. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147031 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN PARADISE AWAITS

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Orange Peel Upson - signed lower right. Painted in palette knife upon a field of brushwork. An outstanding full James Gibson signature commission work. An amazingly tame sandy sky in backdrop over a full palette knife low tide surf in relief. Palms in exquisite detail with an array of color in the fronds. Board measures 24x36framed to overall size of 27x39. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147032 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TRIPTYCH IN BLUES

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Smaller Side paintings are Oil on Orange Peel Upson - signed lower right. Boards measures 12x24 framed to overall size of 15x27. Larger Central painting is Oil On Upson - UNSIGNED. Board measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 26x32. All Executed in Brush and Palette Knife. Hazy full moon scenes with gently reflecting beams. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147033 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN PAIR TURQUOISE SKY

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Linen Upson - signed lower left and right. Stamped by Gibson on verso. Painted using brush and palette knife. Moonlight reflects off the palm fronds and water and are set against a turquoise sky. Boards measures 12x20 framed to overall size of 16x24. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147034 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TWILIGHT IN BLUE

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Painted with brush and palette knife. Splashes of dark blue bring the foliage alive as moonlight reflects off the waterway. Copious amounts of Spanish Moss drape a massive oak tree. Board measures 22x29 framed to overall size of 25x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147035 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MOONLIGHT ON BAY

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Linen Upson - signed lower right and verso. Painted with brush and palette knife. Many hues of blue were used to create this evening scene of the moonlight reflecting on the bay. Board measures 23x38 framed to overall size of 25x41. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147036 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TANGERINE SKY

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on orange peel Upson - signed lower left. Created in brush and palette knife. Brilliant orange sunshine fills the sky and river warming everything it touches. Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 20x26. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147037 - JAMES GIBSON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MOSS COVERED PINE

Gibson, James (1938-2017) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Linen Upson - signed lower right. Brush work created the beige and yellow sky with extensive palette knife usage on water, grasses, and tree. Board measures 22x29 framed to overall size of 25x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147038 - JOHN MAYNOR FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN VIBRANT SKY

Maynor, John (1948-2016) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right and verso. Painted with brush and palette knife. The vibrant yellows and orange hues used to create the sky reflect on the calm river water. Canvas measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 25x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147039 - JOHNNY DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TRANQUILITY

Daniels, Johnny (1954-2009) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Brush strokes emphasize the direction of the wind and cloud movement. Very nice shadowing and play on light on this immense marsh scene. Board measures 30x48 framed to overall size of 35x53. While large format Johnny's abound, this is the only 48" example in 10 years of public auction records. A museum worthy large format of Daniels work. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147040 - JOHNNY DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN GOLDEN AFTERNOON

Daniels, Johnny (1954-2009) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Waves break hard at the shoreline on a golden afternoon. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 27x39. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147041 - JOHNNY DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN STILL WATERS

Daniels, Johnny (1954-2009) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Brush and palette knife. Golden sunrise over an inlet of the river. Board measures 20x24 framed to overall size of 27x31. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147042 - JOHNNY DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TWIN PALMS

Daniels, Johnny (1954-2009) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Painted using brush and palette knife. Shoreline at dusk with twin palms blowing in the breeze. Unusually subtle texture and pastel feel for a Johnny Daniels. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147043 - LEMUEL NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SPECTACULAR SUN

Newton, Lemuel (1950-2014) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. A spectacular sunrise over the water as the local wildlife awakens. Board measures 24x48 framed to overall size of 29x53. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147044 - LIVINGSTON ROBERTS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN FIRE SKY SUN

Roberts, Livingston “Castro” (1942-2004) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Executed in palette knife upon a field of salmon sky. Transcending the traditional fire sky this is a seldom seen color for Roberts with only a single other example found. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 30x42. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147045 - LIVINGSTON ROBERTS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN THUNDERHEAD

Roberts, Livingston “Castro” (1942-2004) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson board - signed lower right. Executed in Palette knife upon a field of brushwork. An astoundingly vivid portrayal of Florida's flora and fauna amidst the atomic purple thunderhead of mother nature. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147046 - LIVINGSTON ROBERTS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN CLOUDY DAY

Roberts, Livingston “Castro” (1942-2004) Florida Highwaymen Artist. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. Birds enjoy a calm day on the river watching the white clouds float by. Canvas measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 32x37. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine.

Lot: 147047 - MARY ANN CARROLL FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN EVERGLADE

Carroll, Mary Ann (1940-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Canvas board - signed lower right. Executed in Palette knife upon a field of brushwork. An exceptionally scarce example of Ms. Carroll's work in canvas board. A brilliantly bright sky enlivens the wetland flora. Perhaps an early commission work. Entitled by the artist "Everglade, 7/24/73 and countersigned by the artist on the verso. Canvas board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 26x38. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147048 - MARY ANN CARROLL FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN FIRE SKY

Carroll, Mary Ann (1940-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Brush and palette knife were used to create this outstanding fire sky scene. Heavy palette knife application of yellow to sky adds great depth, and the darkness of the spoil island intensifies the colors of the sky. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147049 - MARY ANN CARROLL FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN COUNTRY ROAD

Carroll, Mary Ann (1940-2019) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. An automobile traveling on a country road approaches a rustic cabin. Light from the blazing sky reflects off the treetops. Canvas measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 19x23. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147050 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN POINCIANA BLOOM

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Vintage palette knife full bloom Poinciana by the riverside. Early Poinciana Roy McLendon paintings are unusual. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147051 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN FIRE SKY RIVER

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Beautiful St. Lucie river scene at sunset with a sailboat in the distance. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 29x41. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147052 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN FIRE SKY

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024)Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower. Painted with brush and palette knife. One lone sailboat is enjoying the solitude of the inland waterway set against a fire sky. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 29x41. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147053 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TWILIGHT SAILING

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Brush and palette knife rendering. Early Upson large format palm. The stretching palm tree could be interpreted as foreshadow of the artists development of talent in this early style perfecting period. A true sailor's delight to be sailing along with the light from the moon reflecting off the waters of the bay. Palm fronds whirl from the onshore breeze. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 30x42. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147054 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN HURRICANE

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas- signed lower right. Executed in brush. Hurricane at Summerlin's dock along Indialantic village. Canvas measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 29x22. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147055 - R.A. MCLENDON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN LAUNDRY TABEBUIA

McLendon, R.A. “Roy” (1932-2024) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. Laundry blows in the gentle breeze next to a small home. A Tabebuia tree provides shade to passerby's on the river road. Canvas measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 21x27. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147056 - ROBERT BUTLER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN DOE & BUCK

Butler, Robert (1943-2014) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right 83. A doe drinks from the riverbank while the buck surveys their surroundings. Canvas measures 30x36 framed to overall size of 36x42. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147057 - ROBERT BUTLER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MALLARD DUCKS

Butler, Robert (1943-2014) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. A drake and 3 hens take flight over a marshy field. Houghton collection in beautiful Cypress frame. Board measures 21x28 framed to overall size of 27x34. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147058 - ROBERT BUTLER FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN CACTUS TREE

Butler, Robert (1943-2014) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas - signed lower right. Africa Series - A herd of deer graze on a calm afternoon with a cactus tree in the foreground. Canvas measures 16x30 framed to overall size of 21x35. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147059 - RODNEY DEMPS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN COASTAL SAILING

Demps, Rodney (1953- 2020) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Art Board - signed lower left. Painted with brush. A multi-colored vivid sky of purple, yellow, and orange highlight this early evening sail scene. Board measures 11x14 framed to overall size of 16x19. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147060 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SWEEPING FIRE SKY

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. Fire colors sweep across the sky as the wildlife soaks in the serenity. Deep greens along the riverbank and a lonely group of palm trees add definition to the contrasting colors. Board measures 24x48 framed to overall size of 28x53. African American Highwaymen Folk-art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147061 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TANGERINE SKY

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Tangerine sunset sky reflects on the bend of the St. Lucie River. A great blue heron stands in the foreground as other marsh birds fly overhead in search of food. Board measures 22x28 framed to overall size of 26x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147062 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SELF PORTRAIT

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower middle. Executed in full palette knife. Particular attention to detail was applied in this self portrait of Sam and Monica Newton. No other examples known. Poinciana, Hibiscus bush, washer woman laundry line, country home, palm trees and a touch of urban power lines provide all of the technical that one could want in a Sam Newton painting. Combined with the picnic table and couple make this a unique treasure. Board measures 14x18 framed to overall size of 18x22. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147063 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MOONLIGHT SAIL

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Orange Peel Upson - signed lower right. Rendered in brush and palette knife. Moonlight reflections over a cumulus clouds and bay. Abundant use of broad blue spectrum. Exceptional example of Sam Newton's early work under the influence of his brothers Lemuel and Harold. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40.African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147064 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN RARE JACARANDA

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Rendered in full palette knife. An exceptionally rare Jacaranda in contemporary full palette knife. In twenty years of auction records a mere two (2) Jacaranda's have ever come to auction record market. The present example is the largest and perhaps the finest among them. Board measures 18x24framed to overall size of 23x28. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147065 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MASTERPIECE MIDSIZE

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Canvas Board signed lower right. Executed in full palette knife upon a delicately brushed sky. Important and worthy early Sam Newton commission work of tropical heaven. This masterpiece quality Sam seizes the "Paradise Moment" now lost in the ever vanishing landscape of Florida. Canvas board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of21x27. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147066 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN TANGERINE TEMPTATION

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson board. Signed lower right. Finely crafted in palette knife upon a field of tangerine brushwork. A stunningly crisp early Sam Newton which blends the desirous colors of peach, yellow and tangerine in a tropical sunrise upon a biosphere teaming with fauna. Board measures an unusual vertical 24x30 framed to overall size of 28x34. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147067 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN RIVER ROAD

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Classic river road scene with a small dock nestled behind a group of trees. Board measures 22x28 framed to overall size of 26x32. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147068 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN AFTERNOON SAIL

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. A leaning palm is set against a beautiful blue sky with peach and white clouds. In the background a sailor is taking advantage of the balmy breezes. Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 21x27. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147069 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN NORTHERN LIGHTS

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Executed in palette knife upon a field of brushwork. A subtle peach and yellow sky reflected upon the tide if the St Lucie north inlet framed by an array of flora and fauna. Board measures 18x22 framed to overall size of 22x30. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147070 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN NORTH SHORE COVE

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Skillfully wrought on full palette knife. Contemporary Sam Newton rendering of the Indian River north shore cove. Delightful array of soft color containing all of the most desired Sam technical including palm, birds, ocean inlet and more. Board measures 22x20 framed to overall size of 24x26.African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147071 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SUNSET FIRE SKY

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Wrought in brush and palette knife. Vintage Florida wetland scene with bright sunset fire sky. Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 20x26. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147072 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SAINT JOHNS RIVER

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Executed in full palette knife. A delightful peach sky pastel array of sail, sand and surf along the tranquil St. Johns River . Board measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 19x24 African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147073 - SAM NEWTON FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN MAJESTIC AFTERNOON

Newton, Samuel (B.1948) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson- signed lower right. Painted using brush and palette knife. A pastoral river scene on a majestic afternoon. Board measures 18.5x24 framed to overall size of 20x25. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147074 - WILLIE DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN GOLDEN DAWN

Daniels, Willie (1950-2021) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Trowel thick palette knife upon a field of brushwork. Perhaps the most densely incised contemporary rendering by Willie Daniels to come to market. Broadly chiseled flora and fauna in a bold choice of browns and greens by some means explode in high relief beyond a fiery golden sky. The interpretive use of indigo and burnt orange create an unexpected play in the eye seen only in the works of Backus and Hutchinson. Perhaps one of the top 5 finest publicly offered. Board measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 28x40. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147075 - WILLIE DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SUNRISE PINES

Daniels, Willie (1950-2021) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Glowing sunrise warms up the river. Board measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 28x34. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147076 - WILLIE DANIELS FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN SOFT SUNSET

Daniels, Willie (1950-2021) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Rendered in palette knife upon a field of brushwork. A surrendering thunderhead of gray clouds deeply incised brushwork creates tremendous swirl . Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 22x28. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147077 - WILLIE DANIELS FLORIDAHIGHWAYMEN ROUNDING THE BEND

Daniels, Willie (1950-2021) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on canvas- signed lower right. View closely the brush strokes to the sky and river, and the overall use of palette knife use. Much detailing was used to show the reflection of the greenery onto the water. Canvas measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 22x27. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147078 - WILLIE REAGAN FLORIDA HIGHWAYMEN GOLDEN HOUR

Reagan, Willie C. (B.1939) Florida Highwaymen Painting. Oil on Upson - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. A golden sunset reflects on the tranquil waters. Board measures 24x30 framed to overall size of 27x33. African American Highwaymen Folk Art, evolved from the Backus Indian River School Art Colony. Condition: Very Fine.

Lot: 147079 - ALBERT E. BACKUS FLORIDA ARTIST VERO BEACH CLASSIC

Backus, Albert Ernest "Beanie" (1906 –1990) Indian River School, founder of the Highwaymen movement - Florida Hall of Fame Artist. Oil on Canvas - signed lower right. Executed in palette knife upon a field of brushwork. Classic peaceful windswept palm at the beachhead of Vero Beach, south beach access. Exquisite craftsmanship with compellingly authentic bark and palm fronds. A commanding allure of the senses which conjure the smell of salt and roar of the ocean . Masterpiece quality and subject matter. Canvas measures 25x30 framed to overall size of 29x34.Albert Ernest Backus was a largely self-taught artist from Fort Pierce, Florida who created the Highwaymen movement - capturing images of the timeless beauty of the Florida landscape. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147080 - ALBERT E BACKUS FLORIDA ARTIST HIBISCUS SCARLETS

Backus, Albert Ernest "Beanie" (1906 –1990) Indian River School, founder of the Highwaymen movement - Florida Hall of Fame Artist. Oil on Canvas Board - signed lower right. Soft linen canvas texture enhances the flower feel and caress the immensely detailed imagery of the Scarlet Hibiscus. Lifelike emulation of the fleshy calyces, delicate pedals and flecks of pollen are splendidly captured in eternal oil. Board measures 11x15 framed to overall size of 22x26. Albert Ernest Backus was a largely self-taught artist from Fort Pierce, Florida who created the Highwaymen movement - capturing images of the timeless beauty of the Florida landscape. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147081 - SAM VINIKOFF FLORIDA ARTIST CHICKEE HUT

Vinikoff, Sam (1919 - 2010) Florida Artist Painting. Oil on Canvas - signed lower right. Executed in palette knife. An intriguing Seminole Indian tribe painting. A family of five nestled in the pine barren with a distant "Chickee" hut. The Chickee was constructed of cypress logs and palm tree thatch woven together by vines and remains the primary structure and congregation point. Canvas measures 9x12 framed to overall size of 13x16. Sam Vinikoff, known as "Artist of the Everglades", moved to Miami, Florida, with his family in 1957 after serving in the British Army during World War II. A friend and contemporary of A.E. Backus. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147082 - NORMAN WRIGHT FLORIDA ARTIST RIVER ROAD

Wright, Norman - Florida Artist Highwaymen Style Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right. Executed in brush and palette knife. Vibrant river road scene post rainstorm as indicated by pooling water on the roadside Board measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 21x25. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147083 - NORMAN WRIGHT FLORIDA ARTIST LATE AFTERNOON DRINK

Wright, Norman - Florida Artist Highwaymen Style Painting. Oil on Art Board - signed lower right. Executed in brush. A group of animals gather by the cool riverside for a refreshing drink as the sun sets. Board measures 11x14 framed to overall size of 20x23. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147084 - CAROL ANN KNAPP FLORIDA ARTIST CATTLE CROSSING

Knapp, Carol Ann - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on Canvas - signed lower left Ca and verso. Titled "Cattle Crossing". Canvas measures 18x24 framed to overall size of21x27. This self-taught artist moved to Vero Beach, FL. in late 2004 from New England. After lengthy careers in retail, social work, and senior care she retired in 2015 for the full-time pursuit other first love: painting. Her work has been shown at the Cinco De Mayo exhibit at Artist Guild Gallery in Vero and for many years in the Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Exhibition in Indian River County. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147085 - CAROL ANN KNAPP FLORIDA ARTIST RIVER ROOKERY

Knapp, Carol Ann - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on Canvas - signed lower left Ca and verso. Titled "River Rookery". Canvas measures 16x20 framed to overall size of19x23. This self-taught artist moved to Vero Beach, FL. in late 2004 from New England. After lengthy careers in retail, social work, and senior care she retired in 2015 for the full-time pursuit other first love: painting. Her work has been shown at the Cinco De Mayo exhibit at Artist Guild Gallery in Vero and for many years in the Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Exhibition in Indian River County. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147086 - CAROL ANN KNAPP FLORIDA ARTIST GOLDEN HOUR

Knapp, Carol Ann - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on Canvas - signed lower left Ca and verso. Titled "Golden Hour". Canvas measures 11x14 framed to overall size of 13x16.This self-taught artist moved to Vero Beach, FL. in late 2004 from New England. After lengthy careers in retail, social work, and senior care she retired in 2015 for the full-time pursuit other first love: painting. Her work has been shown at the Cinco De Mayo exhibit at Artist Guild Gallery in Vero and for many years in the Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Exhibition in Indian River County. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147087 - CAROL ANN KNAPP FLORIDA ARTIST SPRING MARSH II

Knapp, Carol Ann - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on canvas - signed lower on verso. Titled "Spring Marsh II". canvas measures 8x10 framed to overall size of 13x15.This self-taught artist moved to Vero Beach, FL. in late 2004 from New England. After lengthy careers in retail, social work, and senior care she retired in 2015 for the full-time pursuit other first love: painting. Her work has been shown at the Cinco De Mayo exhibit at Artist Guild Gallery in Vero and for many years in the Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Exhibition in Indian River County. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147088 - CAROL ANN KNAPP FLORIDA ARTIST SUNSHINE HIBISCUS

Knapp, Carol Ann - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on MDF Board - signed lower left Ca and verso. Titled "Sunshine Hibiscus". Board measures 12x12 framed to overall size of16x16. This self-taught artist moved to Vero Beach, FL. in late 2004 from New England. After lengthy careers in retail, social work, and senior care she retired in 2015 for the full-time pursuit other first love: painting. Her work has been shown at the Cinco De Mayo exhibit at Artist Guild Gallery in Vero and for many years in the Annual Pelican Island Wildlife Exhibition in Indian River County. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147089 - SCOTT WOODWARD FLORIDA ARTIST AUTUMN DELIGHT

Woodward, Scott - Florida Artist Painting. Oil on Canvas - signed lower right. Full Palette Knife work. Astounding array of color in this multifaceted autumn scene. Canvas 24x30 measures 30x36 framed to overall size of 29x35. Scott has won "Best In Show" at the 2021 A.E. Backus Museum &Gallery "Best Of The Best " Juried Art Show. 243 entries were submitted for this show. Only 85 were selected to exhibit - 4 of the 85 were Scott Woodward's Paintings. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147090 - TRACY NEWTON FLORIDA ARTIST FIRE SKY SUNSET

Newton, Tracy - Son of Sam Newton. Indian River School Florida Highwaymen Style Painting. Oil on Masonite - signed lower right 08. Executed in brush and palette knife. Two stately pines are set on a spoil island surrounded by natural habitat. Cloud streaks of yellow and shades of orange bring energy to the scene. Board measures 18x24 framed to overall size of 22x28.Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147091 - TUTTI JENKINS FLORIDA ARTIST THE BIG CATCH

Jenkins, Tutti - Florida Artist Painting. Indian River School of Art. Oil on Canvas - signed lower right. Executed in brush. Set on the beach alongside a palm tree is a rustic fishing hut. A fisherman is casting line and hopefully will have some success. Canvas measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 21x25. Indian River School. Related as 1st cousin of the Buckner brothers and an outstanding member of the Vero Beach community as a 25 year football coach in Vero beach. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147092 - TUTTI JENKINS FLORIDA ARTIST TWIN PALMS

Jenkins, Tutti - Florida Artist Painting. Indian River School of Art. Oil on Canvas - signed lower left. Painted using brush and palette knife. This beautiful afternoon setting has a winding path that leads to the water's edge. Canvas measures 16x20 framed to overall size of 20x24. Indian River School. Related as 1st cousin of the Buckner brothers and an outstanding member of the Vero Beach community as a 25 year football coach in Vero beach. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147093 - BALDWIN FLORIDA ARTIST DOUBLE POINCIANA SILHOUETTE

Baldwin, Thomas - Florida Artist Painting. Oil on wood silhouette of a fish - signed lower left. Beautifully crafted scene blending extremities of a fish with a lively pond scene featuring 2 radiant Poinciana. Board measures 38"W x 24"H x 1"D. Thomas Baldwin, landscape artist, began his landscape painting in the late 70's. Tom is a self-taught artist and is inspired by the art of the "Old Masters" such as Turner, Monet and the Hudson River Valley Painters. Tom applies some of their techniques along with his knowledge of color and the usage of natural earth pigments to create his own beautiful compositions in oil. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147094 - VERNON TYNES FLORIDA ARTIST TROPICAL SILHOUETTE

Tynes Jr., Vernon (B. 1986) - Florida Artist Painting. Acrylic on wood silhouette of a bird in flight - signed lower middle and verso. Vibrant view of rolling waves under a blanket of peach clouds with palms and Poinciana lining the shore. Board measures 46"W x 20"H x 1"D. Originally a cartoon artist, Vernon has blended his self taught art skills with his Florida Highwaymen Style bringing about a perfect marriage of his two passions. He's inspired by his late Uncle James Gibson - an Original Florida Highwaymen painters and his father's own sketching skills. Condition: Very Fine

Lot: 147095 - VERA TITOVA FLORIDA ARTIST TOAST OF THE TOWN

Titova, Vera (1980) Florida Artist Painting. acrylic on canvas - signed lower right. Executed in brush. Toast of the Town original created for Ukrainian relief effort charity auction. The artist is originally from Ukraine and is now a U.S. Citizen and resides with her two children in Vero Beach. Signed and inscribed to the winner on the reverse. Canvas measures 24x36 framed to overall size of 29x41. Condition: Very Fine

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