EDWARD BOREIN Signed Original DRYPOINT Etching 'Running Wild Horses'

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Edward Borein (American, 1872-1945), etching and drypoint, 'Running Wild Horses'

Signed in pencil at lower right

Museum gilt frame cloth matte measures 16 x 19", drypoint measures 6.5" x 10.5".

The drypoint etching is in excellent condition with good strike of black ink on cream paper. No noticeable foxing or damage. Excellent museum framing with cloth matting.

The Artist, as found on Santa Barbara Historical

Edward Borein was one of a handful of early Western artists who was actually born in the West. As a young man he roamed the western states and territories and much of Mexico, working as a cowboy and using his artistic talent to record these experiences. Developing a deep affection for the West, and nurtured by his free lifestyle as a cowboy, he soon became known as a facile and spontaneous recorder of cowboy and Indian life.