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Bill Gollings

Elling William "Bill" Gollings
Pierce City, Idaho Territory 1878 - 1932
cowboy and painter
Jerry Palen
2010

Cheyenne /  Bill Gollings   Cheyenne /  Bill Gollings

Description

Bronze statue of Gillings with painter's brush and palet, standing with one foot on a saddle.

Inscription(s)

Elling William "Bill" Gollings
A True Cowboy Artist
1878 - 1932

Bronze by Jerry Palen

Donated by
Bill and Carole Ward
Wagonbound Land and Livestock
Jerry and Peggy Palm


Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Old West Museum

Bill Gollings was a Wyoming working
cowboy and renowned artist.
Four of Gollings' large oil paintings,
from 1918, hang in the Wyoming
State Capitol Building:

Indian Attack on the Overland Stage,
Immigrants on the Platte,
The Smoke Signal and
The Wagon Box Fight.

Signature

JPalen

Annotation

The statue is unveiled 15 October 2010 and stands in front of the Wyoming Arts Council

Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

Locatie (N 41°8'22" - W 104°49'12")

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Item Code: uswy02; Photograph: 18 October 2010
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