The Kitties & the Clock
Cuddles prize Bull of the Pillsbury Co.
Ghost Dancer 1930s
3'x4' oil LB with the
Parade Horse Champion in the 50's
I think this is his rendition from an old print or painting.
These two items helped LB inspired this painting,1- an
2- a bronze sculpture. All three have
the exact same two male & female riders.
The Wagon Boss CMR-unfinished
I'm pretty sure several of LB's contacts wanted Charlie Russell copies.
I actually ordered this one A
Dangerous Cripple I don't remember if I backed out, or he didn't get to it.
One thing about Leonard, he did not like to be paid in advance, it made it very
hard for him
to get started on a job when he had most likely already spent the money. That
was not the situation here.
LB & I saw this one
on exhibit at the Palm Springs Museum years ago. I've also seen the Russell
paintings in Montana.
Leonard could do a Russell with one hand tied behind his back!
Roadrunner on color paper 9x11 drawing in my collection.
These funny birds would visit LB's yard every day.
This 11x14 Pastel dated 1984 was purchased with the Oregon
Coast seascape.( click here to see
more ) *
Early wildlife painting
I don't remember the story exactly, but
LB new a few 1940's hunters in the Pasadena Duck Club
& was invited to join them on outings
to observe & make sketches for wildlife paintings.
Roadrunner on LB's fence
Inside LBs studio Joshua Tree, CA.
Here he was working from a Mounted Bobcat
Check back occasionally I
will be adding more of the hundreds of
paintings, drawings, original prints, photos & carvings left to me by LB.
If you have art created by Leonard Borman & want to share it
email a good photo to me I will add it to this site.
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