Lot 339    

Cold Winter Night by Lee K. Parkinson,
2007, American Indian and Western Art, Sept 15
oil on masonite, signed Lee K. Parkinson lower right, with label attached to board's verso containing title and artist. In a carved wood frame; 17.75" x 23.75" (sight), 26.5" x 32.5" (w/frame).

LEE K. PARKINSON (1913-2000) trained at the Chicago Institute of Art and also studied in Los Angeles, spending most of his career in the West, specifically in Utah.


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Sold: $960.00
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