Recently Donated , limited edition, signed Clymer Print, 1979:
"The Meeting 1878" Charles Gooding & Quanah Parker.
Donated by the Eliza Chrystie Family
Trust. We have several for sale- $1400 Framed- $800 unframed.
In The Print Rack
Signed Limited Edition
Clymer Prints for sale
at 2016 prices.
Chief Joseph, $600
Nez Perce, Crossing the
John Ford Clymer
John Clymer was born in Ellensburg, WA. 1907. Clymer first studied art through an Art Instruction School correspondence course. Early pen and ink drawings, from the age of 15, demonstrate his serious pursuit of art as well as his incredible talent.
He continued his studies in Canada, where he spent eight years illustrating for Canadian magazines.
In Westport, Connecticut, Clymer established his career as an illustrator for American magazines, The Saturday Evening Post. He created 80 covers for The Saturday Evening Post. He also illustrated many pulp fiction covers, including the illustrations for the book The Yearling.
It's important to look past his subject matter (wild life, historic depictions and the vast body of 'Americana' paintings) to avoid categorizing Clymer as a genre artists.
Examing each work on their individual merit exposes Clymer as a master of techniques- Impressionistic, energetic expressionistic gestures- style and color.
All these elements combine to reveal a body of work demanding more thoughtful inspection, and Clymer as an important artist beyond narrow interpretations.
Sioux Camp $410
416 N Pearl Street, Ellensburg, WA 98926. Tuesday through Friday 11 am – 5 pm
Saturday 11 am - 3 pm. Closed, Thanksgiving, December 25, January 1
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