Biography of Lowell Davis, Lowell Davis has been referred to as the Norman Rockwell of Rural Art, and his paintings, sculptures and figurines truly reflect this style. Lowell did not think anyone would be interested in his type of art; the simple life of times past. The majority of people are located in large cities and he felt that they would not want things depicting rural life in America. But he was wrong! These people thrived on his art; they bought them to view a segment of life that they either don't see in the big city, or grew up with before leaving that way of life. It showed them something they had never seen, or it brought out memories of their youth.
I was fortunate to come across a large collection of this awesome artist’s figurines. I did not have enough money on me or I would have purchased the entire collection. I am fortunate for the pieces I did buy. This one is, ‘Did you ever see a frog?’ From the Red Oak II General Store Exclusive collection. This is in great condition with no chips or cracks. I am sorry I do not his original box. Please refer to all photos as part of the description. Cute little frog on a chamber pot. He measures 2-1/2 inches tall and 2-1/2 inches wide. Signed on the back, ‘Lowell Davis’ with a cute paw print. I do give combined shipping discounts for multiple items purchased.
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Schmid / Border Fine Arts Did You Ever See a Frog? Red Oak II General Store Exclusive Figurine Retired Frog on a Chamber Pot