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Event History :
- 2016 August Auction (sold $18,000)
Signed l/l: © G. Hudson -26
Verso: typed description, “WESTERN WILDS” Nestled in the hills of Northern California is a little valley, that used to be the home of some three hundred Poma Indians. Of these happy independent people but one family remains and little KOL-PI-TA is the only child. Since the day the father brought in the tiny rabbit Jackie and KOL-PI-TA have been constant companions. They frivol and frisk together in the fields. While Jackie nibbles, KOL-PI-TA looks for quail’s nests and chases butterflies and when a big auto comes along they both drop down and hide in the flowers. In the artist’s hand, Ukiah California - June 9th 1926.
Literature: Boynton, Searles R. The Painter Lady: Grace Carpenter Hudson. Number 603, page 181.
Provenance: Robert M. (Bob) Eagle estate