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Neil Boyle, Old Glory Old Glory
Orange County Sheriff Posse acting as Color Guard in the Tournament of Roses Parade

  • 36" by 24" original Oil on Canvas
  • signed lower right
  • handsome composite 3 3/4" wood grain frame with gold accents
  • labeled verso
CONDITION:  The painting still maintains vivid colors, no fading and is in relatively good condition with a few flaws to note.  The upper right quadrant has a scratch to paint surface  just above the cowboy's head as shown in the photo below.  Left center portion of canvas has small white spots of paint overspray as noted in photo below.  The frame is new to this piece.


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Neil Boyle, Old Glory

Neil Boyle, Old Glory

Neil Boyle, Old Glory

     Neil Boyle (1931 - 2006) was a widely recognized and accomplished artist known for his vibrant impressionist oils of the wild west and its subcultures.  Old Glory epitomizes his distinctive style and technique with masterful brushstrokes and vivid coloring.  The subject of this painting is the Orange County Sheriff's Posse acting as Color Guard in the Tournament of Roses Parade.

A brief highlight of Neil Boyle's career...   

Art Association
Oil Painters of America - Master Signature Member
California Art Club - Signature Member
Northwest Rendezvous Group - Signature Member
Federation of Canadian Artist's - Senior Member
Society of Illustrator's - Lifetime Member

Smithsonian Institution
United States Air Force Museum
Ford Motor Company
Walt Disney Studios