LOT 368

Donald Teague


Wash Day Spain

MEDIUM: Watercolor

DIMENSIONS: 20 x 30 inches

Signed lower left N.A.


SOLD FOR: $4,095.00

Including Buyers Premium

Additional Information

Texas Art Gallery, Dallas, TX

Often considered a complicated and unforgiving medium, watercolor has continuously challenged American artists for centuries, from Thomas Moran and Charles M. Russell to John Singer Sargent and Andrew Wyeth. Recognized as one of the country’s most accomplished watercolorists, Donald Teague started as an illustrator with publications such as the Saturday Evening Post, McCall’s and Collier’s, among others. Teague relocated from New York City to California in 1938, and then fully committed to Western subject matter in 1958. The classically taught painter—who studied at the Art Students League under George Bridgman, Dean Cornwell and Frank DuMond—Teague joined the Cowboy Artists of America in 1969 and was a member throughout the rest of his career.


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