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Sold - Harold Newton - Oil on Upson
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We'd like to thank
all our visitors to our highwaymen website during the last fifteen years. When we
established this web presence in the year 2000, after exhibiting at antique
shows for five years, we noted about a half dozen sites devoted to Florida
highwaymen art. Now the count has at least doubled, including many by some of
the artists themselves, who are now aggressively marketing their new work. The
highwayman art market is certainly firmly established.
On a personal note, I'd like to thank the pioneers who latched onto this market in the early days, the mid 1990's, and shaped and molded it into what it has become today.
First and foremost, thank you Jim and Anne Fitch, the true ground breakers and delightful people who introduced this art to the public via publication of several articles in "Arts and Antiques around Florida".
And to Jeff Klinkenberg for his early stories in the St Pete Times.
Thanks to Geoff Cook, who had a vision and stayed the course.
Thanks to Dave and Sue Folds, the first major dealers of highwaymen art. Their loft was a highwaymen warehouse. (Back in those days, we dealers were literally begging people to invest in Alfred Hair's work at $25 to $35 for full size, and Harold Newton's at $150 to $250. )
Thanks to John Phillips, who relentlessly promoted this art at shows around the state before retiring in 2007.
Thanks to collector extraordinaire Tim Jacobs.
And to collector Scott Schlesinger for all of his many important contributions to the market.
Thanks to Jean and Ty Tyson, Micanopy's finest and most successful dealers during their run. They had a special appreciation for the best of the best.
And a very special thanks to the Backus Gallery and Kathleen Frederick, who finally accepted the highwaymen as legitimate collectible artists after years of resistance. It was an important step for this market.
AND THANKS TO ALL THE COLLECTORS WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THIS MARKET OVER THE YEARS.
Many of you have already been financially rewarded. We anticipate continued growth well into the future for quality vintage pieces.
We exhibit at shows or by appointment.
Click here to view our UPDATED 2013 show schedule.
*Please check back with us frequently, as we are continuously updating this site*
Click here to read Bob's article in Arts & Antiques Around Florida magazine
Click here to see our qualifications page.
This web page is designed to allow you to relax at your computer and view our extensive art inventory, and if you wish, call or E-mail us and purchase our paintings.
We always need to acquire new inventory.
* If you have a very special Harold Newton or Alfred Hair painting and it's time to retire, or maybe you could just use some money, call us. We have a home for it. *
Our extensive inventory includes original
paintings by The Highwaymen:
(Click on name to view paintings by artist)
The Dean of Florida Landscape Artists:
A. E. Backus (1906 - 1990)
The original 26 Highwaymen:
Alfred Hair (1941 - 1970)
Harold Newton (1934 - 1994)
Livingston Roberts (1942 - 2004)
Johnny Daniels (1954 - 2009)
Al Moran (1930 - 2003)
Hezekiah Baker (1940 - 2007)
Robert Butler (1943 - 2014)
Ellis Buckner (1943 - 1991)
George Buckner (1942 - 2002)
We also carry many paintings by other artists
Click here to view Gallery of FLORIDA ARTISTS
Click here to view Gallery of Other Artists
Click here to view PAINTINGS BY Florida artist ELEANOR BLAIR
Shot in February 2009, but aired in July 2009 on NBC
Face time for the late J Daniels, Kelvin Hair, and Geoff Cook.
Click here to watch the segment on YouTube.
Links to informative Highwaymen sites:
Read Bob's article in The Antique Shoppe Newspaper: "Interpreting Harold Newton Market Prices"
Read Bob's article in the AARF Summer / Fall 2008 issue: The Original Highwayman's Self-Portrait"
Highwaymen to be inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame in 2004
Read Antiques & Art Around Florida Article about AE Backus (Winter/Spring '02)
Read Antiques & Art Around Florida Article by Jim Fitch (Summer/Fall '00)
Read Antiques & Art Around Florida Article by Jim Fitch (Winter/Spring '97)
Read Antiques & Art Around Florida Article by Jim Fitch (Winter/Spring '95)
Read the New York Times Article about the Highwaymen
Read the FloridaTrend.com article on Mary Ann Carroll
Read about the Highwaymen on Wikipedia
Check out FloridaHighwaymenPaintings.com - The Florida Highwaymen resource site
For the best in personal injury law contact: www.schlesingerlaw.com
We recommend and do business with these show promoters:
Safety Harbor Museum
of Regional History
This page is owned and operated by the LeBlanc family. They can be reached at HWYMNBNB@aol.com for any questions or comments.
Updated July 1, 2014
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