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James Boren

United States (1921 -  1990 )
BOREN James Sugarfoot

Dallas Auction
Jan 28, 2012
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James Boren - Where Visits Are Few

James Boren - Where Visits Are Few

Original 1982


Gross Price
Lot number: 64
James Erwin Boren (1921-1990) Where Visits Are Few signed, dated and inscribed 'James Boren © 1982 CA' (lower left) watercolor and gouache on paper 38 x 58in Painted in 1982. Footnotes Provenance The artist. Acquired by the late owner from the above, 1982. Literature S.H. Mc Garry, Honoring The Western Tradition: The L.D. "Brink" Brinkman Collection, Kerrville, Texas, 2003, p. 100, illustrated. James Erwin Boren once remarked to L.D. Brinkman about the present work, "The cowboy's life in the High Country is a lonely one as far as social amenities are concerned, during the summer months. They take their cattle up in the high mountains where the grazing is good. They don't see many friends but when they do, they always have time to stop and catch up on the news. This painting shows the beauty of the mountains and the comadarie [sic] that exists among friends."1 1 James Erwin Boren, unpublished letter, 12 November 1990.
James Boren - Defenders Of The Alamo

James Boren - Defenders Of The Alamo

Original 1985
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Lot number: 61622
Description: James Erwin Boren (American, 1921-1990) Defenders of the Alamo, 1985 Watercolor on paper 33 x 45 inches (83.8 x 114.3 cm) (sight) Signed and dated lower right: James Boren / 1985 Signed and titled on the backing board: Defenders of the Alamo / James Boren PROPERTY FROM A TEXAS ESTATE PROVENANCE: Western Heritage Sale, Houston, Texas, April 14, 1985; Acquired by the present owner from the above. EXHIBITED: Cowboy Artist of America Museum, Kerrville, Texas, "Gentlemen of Western Art - A Tribute to J. Boren and J. Clymer," November 2-December 31, 1990. A preliminary pencil on paper sketch accompanies this lot. HID04901242017
James Boren - After The Rain

James Boren - After The Rain

Original 1970


Gross Price
Lot number: 134
James Erwin Boren
(American, 1921-1990)
After the Rain,
oil on canvas
James Boren
and dated (lower right)
28 x 40 inches.
Property from the Estate of Barbara J. Eckrich, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Appears in overall good condition, not examined under black light.
James Boren - April In Texas

James Boren - April In Texas

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Lot number: 66
Boren, James

Date of Birth and Death:

April in Texas


16 x 24 inches

Signed lower left/CA and dated 1980


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James Boren - Sugarfoot

James Boren - Sugarfoot

Original 1969

Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 36
James Boren (1921-1990),


charcoal on

paper. Paper: 14"H x 17"W; Frame: 22"H x 26"W. Signed and dated lower left,

"James Boren 1969 CA". The artist's daughter,

Nancy Boren,

comments: "During this part of my father's career he made several painting trips to the ranches of central West Texas. This was likely a cow pony on the great Pitchfork Ranch near Guthrie,

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