Maynard Dixon

Artist Bio

By 1940, Maynard Dixon was living in Tucson. His asthma and emphysema were worsening and the air in Southern Arizona acted as a tonic. He still traveled, on occasion with his wife Edith, through Arizona and Southern Utah, in search of interesting subject matter. Dixon’s late style is spare; the Deco softness and shadings of the 1930‘s have given way to compositions of positive and negative shapes that carve areas of light and shadow.

Artwork to be Showcased

Trail Herd

Trail Herd

Oil on canvas
30 x 36 inches
Estimate: $ 400,000 - $ 600,000
Bronco Busting

Bronco Busting

Gouache
12 1/2 x 10 inches
Estimate: $ 8,000 - $ 12,000
Sold For: $ 23,400.00
The Sheriff Rides

The Sheriff Rides

Oil on board
28 x 19 inches
Estimate: $ 30,000 - $ 50,000
Sold For: $ 58,500
Summer Cottonwoods

Summer Cottonwoods

Oil on canvas
25 x 30 inches
Estimate: $ 50,000 - $ 75,000
Sold For: $ 117,000
Love to Babette

Love to Babette

Mixed Media
9 x 12 inches
Estimate: $ 12,000 - $ 18,000
Sold For: $ 16,380