ROBERT LEMLER (1951-) contemporary western American art early drawings of Native Americans (three)
***THREE*** charcoal drawings on gray paper with some white highlighting, the subjects two native American females, various measurements (23" by 18 1/2", 22" by 18", 16" by 15", as framed), all signed, and variously dated 1978, 1979, and 1980, all by the noted southwest artist ROBERT LEMLER (1951-). Lemler is a well known contemporary artist today with representation by at least two fine galleries in the west. A graduate of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, he is a longtime teacher at the Scottsdale Artists School, he is the 1996 winner of the Grumbacher Award. Lemler paints figures, plein air impressionist landscapes, still life and animals. His wide experience includes commercial advertising and illustration work. The present works are from early in Lemler's career; he would have been in his late 20's when they were created. Obviously even at that tender age he was well in command, with mature draftsmanship skills. The portraits are fine examples of twentieth century southwestern American contemporary art. Shipping wizard figure are guesstimates. SEE HUNDREDS OF OTHER WORKS NOW IN MY SHOP.