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Edward Borein

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Edward Borein was born in 1872 in San Leandro, California. Son of a county politician, he will have a childhood full of memories of horses, cowboys and cattle, subjects he began to sketch at the age of five. He grew up as a vaquero (cowboy) on the Jesus Maria Rancho (later called Camp Cooke). As a young man, he went to New York to study art, where he made friends with actor-screenwriter-producer Will Rogers. He is mainly trained in illustration.
At the age of 19, he enrolled in San Francisco...

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Single work Signed drawing in ink de  : Indian Plain Raid
Indian Plain Raid
Circa 1915 Drawing in black ink, signed by the artist lower right. Without
Original signed etching de  : Canyon of Death
Canyon of Death
Circa 1917 Originale etching and drypoint, signed in pencil by the artist. Galvin n° 200

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
* The etchings of Edward Borein, John Galvin, Ed. John Howell-Books, San Francisco, 1971. * Edward Borein The update, The watercolors, etchings and drawings, Harold. G. Davidson, Author Publisher, 1991. All the "catalogues raisonnés"

Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
* Edward Borein in catalogue d'exposition de la gravure moderne américaine, Frank Weitenkampf, Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, 1928.
* Borein's_West, Edward Borein, E. S. Spaulding, The Schauer Printing Studio Inc, Santa Barbara, 1952.
* Edward Borein: Drawings and Paintings of the Old West, Nicholas Woloshuk, Vol. I, Northland Publisher, Flagstaff, 1968.
* Edward Borein, cowboy artist: The life and works, Harold. G. Davidson, Garden City Publisher, New York, 1974.
* The West of Edward Borein, The Katherine Haley Collection, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Centre Publisher, 1979.
* The Lost Works of Edward Borein, Harold. G. Davidson, Santa Barbara, California, 1979
* A Tribute to Edward Borein, Arlington Gallery Publsher, 1995.
* Edward Borein - On the Range, cat. d'expositions, Wiegand Gallery et Nevada Museum of Art, 1999-2000.
* John Edward Borein: The Santa Barbara Years. Santa Barbara, CA: The Santa Barbara Historical Society, 2005.
* The Vaquero and other Short stories, Edward Borein, William C. Reynolds, Pacific Slope Press, 2007.

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