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Lynn Bogue Hunt

United States (1878 -  1960 )
HUNT Lynn Bogue Quail Shooting With Setter And Pointer

Bonhams
Nov 22, 2016
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Lynn Bogue Hunt - Serpents And Game

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Serpents And Game

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Description: LYNN BOGUE HUNT New York, 1878-1960 "Serpents and Game". Signed lower center "Lynn Bogue Hunt". Label lower right marked "Serpents and Game But when the young wood ducks are brought to the water from the nest, they are in great danger from the cotton mouth moccasin". Pencil on paper, 15" x 11.75". Unframed.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards At Sunrise

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Mallards At Sunrise

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Description: Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960) Mallards at Sunrise signed "Lynn Bogue Hunt" lower left oil on canvas, 24 by 19 in. Lynn Bogue Hunt was born in rural Honeoye Falls, New York, into a family that ran a small sawmill operation. He grew up with modest means, but spent hours outside exploring the natural surroundings in the woods near his home. He often collected birds and practiced taxidermy, a hobby that led to his accurate portrayal of his wildlife subjects. Hunt contributed illustrations to his own articles as well as cover illustrations to magazines, such as Field & Stream, Sports Afield, and Free Press. During his lifetime Hunt painted for private collectors and companies, such as Du Pont, illustrated over forty books, and produced roughly two hundred and fifty magazine covers. Though he spent much of his life far from nature in New York City, Hunt had a strong foundation as a knowledgeable outdoorsman, bird hunter, and fisherman, enabling him to accurately capture the essence of the outdoors. With its boldly painted subject, this painting is one of Hunt\’s finest mallard paintings to have surfaced. Provenance: Davison B. Hawthorne Collection Categories: Fine Art, Photography and Works on Paper Condition: Condition report requests can be made via email or by telephone (info@copleyart.com or 617.536.0030). Any condition statement given is a courtesy to customers, Copley will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Honoring The Point

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Honoring The Point

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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960) Honoring the Point, 1952 signed and dated "LYNN BOGUE HUNT 1952" lower right oil on canvas, 23 by 30 in. Lynn Bogue Hunt was born in rural Honeoye Falls, New York, into a family that ran a small sawmill operation. He grew up with modest means, but spent hours outside exploring the natural surroundings in the woods near his home. He often collected birds and practiced taxidermy, a hobby that led to his accurate portrayal of his wildlife subjects. Hunt contributed illustrations to his own articles, as well as cover illustrations to magazines such as "Field & Stream," "Sports Afield," and "Free Press." In his lifetime he painted for private collectors and companies, such as Du Pont, illustrated over forty books, and produced roughly two hundred and fifty magazine covers. Though he spent much of his life far from nature in New York City, Hunt had a strong foundation as a knowledgeable outdoorsman, bird hunter, and fisherman, enabling him to accurately capture the essence of the outdoors.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - Quail Shooting With Setter And Pointer

Lynn Bogue Hunt - Quail Shooting With Setter And Pointer

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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960)

Quail Shooting with Setter and Pointer signed 'Lynn / Bogue / Hunt' (lower left) oil on canvas 22 x 16in Painted circa 1941.

Footnotes

Provenance T. Edward Beh, New York. Martha Beh, wife of the above, New Jersey, by descent from the above. By descent to the present owner from the above, 1992. Literature Field & Stream Magazine, January 1942, n.p., cover illustration.
Lynn Bogue Hunt - The Gleaners

Lynn Bogue Hunt - The Gleaners

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Lynn Bogue Hunt (1878-1960)
The Gleaners, 1950 signed and dated "Lynn Bogue Hunt 1950" lower left oil on canvas, 22 by 24 in. Grand Central Art Galleries, NY label affixed to back correspondence between the artist and the original owner accompanies this work Lynn Bogue Hunt was born in rural Honeoye Falls, New York, into a family that ran a small sawmill operation. He grew up with modest means, but spent hours outside exploring the natural surroundings in the woods near his home. He often collected birds and practiced taxidermy, a hobby that led to his accurate portrayal of his wildlife subjects. Hunt contributed illustrations to his own articles, as well as cover illustrations to magazines such as "Field & Stream," "Sports Afield," and "Free Press." In his lifetime he painted for private collectors and companies, such as DuPont, illustrated over forty books, and produced roughly two hundred and fifty magazine covers. Though he spent much of his life in New York City, far from nature, Hunt had a strong foundation as a knowledgeable outdoorsman, bird hunter, and fisherman, enabling him to accurately capture the essence of the outdoors. Provenance: James B. Cerreta Collection
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