Nationally acclaimed painter Rory Wagner (1950-2010) was noted in 1982 as America's Finest Young Realist in the New York Times, just prior his Opening Western Exhibition of 20 paintings at the Quail Hollow Galleries in Oklahoma City. The show was an astounding success with over 400 people in attendance and a complete sell-out in the first ten minutes of the Exhibition.

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  • A Sad Passing

    A Sad Passing 64 X 54 Inches Acrylic on Canvas, 1992 Price on Request This painting depicts a young Crow
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  • Messiah

    Messiah 72 X 62 Inches Acrylic on Canvas, 1992 Price on Request The Messiah was revered as a Religious leader
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  • Fat Horse

    Fat Horse 54 X 50 Inches Acrylic on Canvas, 1992 Price on Request Portrait of a Blackfoot Indian man, a
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  • Woman of Grace and Dignity

    Woman of Grace and Dignity 60 X 54 Inches Acrylic on Canvas, 1993 Price on Request The depiction of a
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  • Tukan Hatan

    Tukan Hatan 68 X 60 Inches Acrylic on Canvas, 1993 Price on Request Tukan-Hatan, known as The Horned Toad, was
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Rory Wagner (1950-2010) Original Paintings

Rory Wagner (1950-2010) Original Paintings, Powered by Michael Wigley Galleries Ltd. in Santa Fe, New Mexico. A web site dedicated to the paintings of the late artist from Taos, New Mexico who's original art is now exhibited in Museums across America. Wagner is noted for the power and drama depicted in his monumental Western and Native American painting images