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BUDDENBERG  WILHELM
BUDDENBERG WILHELM

Lehmann Mary

USA, California, 1920

Born near Spokane, Washington, Mary Lehman became known for her equestrian etchings of horses, which were often enhanced with watercolor and oil. This work was begun in 1968 after she moved to her home in Rolling Hills Estates, California in 1963. Her etching teacher was Joe Mugniani, and she was also a student of Rex Brandt, Dan Lutz, Mildred Walker, Richard Haines, and others. Lehman was raised from age six in San Fernando, California. In 1938, she studied at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. During World War II, she was in the Women's Army Corps at Los Alamos, California, and in 1946, she married Joseph Lehman. The couple settled in Lawndale, California, and she took additional art training, studying in 1946 at UCLA, 1946-1951 at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, and 1956 to 1958 at El Camino College in Torrance. She also did freelance work including scratchboard illustrations for "Blood Horse Magazine". She received first-place awards for both etchings and watercolors, and exhibition venues included Salt Lake City; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Memphis, Tennessee; and Albany, New York.
Mary Lehman has been auctioned all over the world and is listed in.


Nr. 3281 Big Medicine (white Buffalo)
Nr. 3281 Big Medicine (white Buffalo)

Original Miniatur-Farbradierung

Nr. 25/50

aus der Overland Trail Gallerie, Jackson Hole, WY.

 

Bildgrösse 2.5 x 5 cm

Blattgrösse 5 x 7.6 cm

Rahmen Aussen 14.2 x 17 cm

 

Fr. 100.-

A bison named Big Medicine (1933–1959) was born in the wild on the National Bison Range on Montana's Flathead Indian Reservation. The name "Big Medicine" was chosen due to the sacred power attributed to white bison. Following its death in 1959, its body was preserved and is now displayed at the Montana Historical Society


Nr.3276 San Francisco Rush Hour
Nr.3276 San Francisco Rush Hour

Original Miniatur-Farbradierung

Nr. 4/50

aus der Overland Trail Gallerie, Jackson Hole, WY.

 

Bildgrösse 2.5 x 5 cm

Blattgrösse 5 x 7.6 cm

Rahmen Aussen 14.2 x 17 cm

 

Fr. 100.-