Robert Daughters (1929-2013) - Ben Couse Lujan
Oil on Canvas, 16" x 12", (20.5" x 16.75" framed).
The painting is in near-mint condition, with no visible signs of wear or damage. The colors are bright and vibrant, and the canvas is tight and intact. The frame is in good condition.
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Ex private collection, Kansas. Includes a copy of the original invoice dated 1974 accompanies this piece. Daughters is a multiple award winner - In 1972 Daughters received the "Best of Show," Merit Award, and the New Mexico Governor's Purchase Award. Southwest Art featured him in 1995 "Covering the West - The Best of Southwest Art." Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine awarded Daughters the Master's of the Southwest Award in 2004.