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Henry Ziegler

Henry Ziegler was born in Sherman, Texas and studied with William R. Leigh and Joseph Pennell at the Art Students League in New York. He was well known for his etchings and monotypes relating to western life. Ziegler was the illustrator of Cowboy Stuff, a deluxe edition containing 50 etchings of the everyday life and activities of cowboys at work and play. The text consists of poems by F.W. Lafrentz, who for many years was secretary for the Swan Land and Cattle Company of Wyoming. The book was notable for the author's and illustrator's first hand knowledge of life on the range. Lafrentz was also active in politics and helped sponsor the Wyoming statehood movement.



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Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
The Cavoy
7 x 9-7/8 in.

Etching, c.1930, edition 62/100. Signed and numbered in pencil. Notation in pencil, "The cavoy is the word used in the roundup camps for the saddle horses, usually about one hundred and attended to by horse wranglers who each morning bring them to the cowboys to select their mounts from. Henry Ziegler" Printed on tissue-like paper with full margins. Provenance: Leonard Clayton Galleries, NYC


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The Cavoy



Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
Riding to point
7-5/8 x 12-7/8 in.

Drypoint, c.1930, edition about 100 or less. Signed in pencil. Printed on wove paper with full margins.


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Riding to point



Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
The X-Posse
7 x 10 in.

Etching, c.1930, edition about 100 or less. Signed in pencil. Printed on laid paper with a watermark, Berkshire Text, and an eagle surmounting the letter A.


$500.
The X-Posse



Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
The Challenge
6-3/4 x 12 in.

Etching, c.1930, edition about 100 or less. Signed in ink. Notation in ink, "One of fourteen states." Printed on laid paper with a watermark. Full margins.


$425.
The Challenge



Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
Mustangs
6-7/8 x 9-5/8 in.

Drypoint, c.1930, edition about 100 or less. Signed in pencil.Printed on wove paper with deckle edges on three sides.


$400.
Mustangs



Henry Ziegler

American (1889-1968)
F. W. Lafrentz
9-7/8 x 8 in.

Drypoint, 1928, signed and dated in the plate; signed in pencil. Dedication in pencil, "For Dr. Jacoby of the author F.W. Lafrentz." Notation in pencil, "This was designed for a frontispiece for the book, Cowboy-Stuff but was not used as such." See the artist's biography, above, relating to Lafrentz.


$325.
F. W. Lafrentz



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