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American History in Wood / Bulldogging Sculpture, John E. Ginter, Eau Gallie, Florida, c. 1930.

Lot 96
Bulldogging Sculpture,
John E. Ginter, Eau Gallie, Florida, c. 1930.
Ending from 22 February 2023, 19:00 EST
Skinner Marlborough, Massachusetts

US$1,500 - US$2,500

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Bulldogging Sculpture,

John E. Ginter, Eau Gallie, Florida, c. 1930.
Carved and chiseled sculpture of a cowboy jumping off saddled horse to catch a steer by the horns, a rodeo event known as bulldogging, carved from burlwood with integral roughened block plinth, possibly refinished, 20cm wide, 20cm deep, 27cm high (8 1/2in wide, 8in deep, 11in high).

Footnotes

Provenance
Richard M. Raymond-Thomas Schofield, Massachusetts.

Literature
Robert and Anne Levine, American History in Wood: The Levine Folk Art Collection, (s.n.: Robert and Anne Levine, 2017), 118.

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