Watercolor: William Warren Dailey (1920-2002), Gouache on Paper ‘Desert Bighorn’, #925
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Water Color, William Warren Dailey
“Desert Bighorn” gouache on paper
925. Description: Watercolor, William Warren Dailey (American, 1920-2002), “Desert Bighorn,” gouache on paper, signed lower left, overall (with frame).
Dimensions: Overall (with frame): 38.5″h x 31.5″w
Condition: Excellent for age.
The Artist: William Warren Dailey was born in Littleton, Colorado and died in Yuma, Arizona. He loved to paint wildlife, especially fowl. He is very clean and precise in his paintings. He will sketch his piece out in pencil first and then spend weeks or months carefully detailing each feather or hair on an animal.
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