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Sale 1347 Lot 29

Randall Vernon Davey
(American, 1887-1964)
girl in front of dressing table arranging her hair
From the personal collection of Chicago/Santa Fe artist Ramon Shiva (American; 1893-1963).

pencil signed and numbered 22/35.

Davey studied architecture at Cornell University from 1905-1907 and Robert Henri's School of Painting after. He became an influential figure in early 20th century art and the community of Santa Fe.

In 1913, Davey was one of the exhibitors at the landmark Armory Show Exhibition. In 1915, he took the National Academy of Design's Second Hallgarten Prize and won honorable mention at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. Randall Davey ws a member of the National Academy of Design, National Association of Mural Painters, National Association of Portrait Painters, Board of Directors of Independent Artists, Taos Society of ARtists, New Mexico Painters and Painter-Gravers Society.

Davey was known for his painting of portraits, still lifes, nude figures and horse racing.
13-1/2"H x 10-1/2"W sight 20-1/2" x 16-1/2" frame
Estimate $300-500

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