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    Highwaymen Art Blog

    Highwaymen Art By Livingston Roberts

    Highwaymen Art by Livingston Roberts The painting "Calm Backwater” by Livingston Roberts is an early example of his ability and style. The early days of painting then hitting the streets to make the sale. Self employed and punching a time clock for no one....

    HIGHWAYMEN ART BY JAMES GIBSON

    Highwaymen Artwork by James Gibson Occasionally you find a painting by one of the Highwaymen artists that’s a standout. This painting fits that description. An early 1960’s James Gibson that was very well done. His painting style and ability shows in this artwork. ...

    Highwaymen Art By Alfred Hair

    Alfred Hair, “Tree Lined Shore” This painting by Alfred Hair is a great one with lots of color and Alfred’s distinctive style. Four coconut palms in the painting with a rough ocean in the background and big peach colored clouds. This painting is signed...

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton “Breaking Waves” by Harold Newton. This painting from the 1960’s again shows Mr. Newton’s mastery of the brush and palette knife and all self taught. How did this story happen? Harold Newton is the example of the American...

    Highwaymen Art by RA McLendon

    Highwaymen Art by RA McLendon “Peach Morning” by Highwaymen artist RA McLendon. This is an early one, late 1950’s of a Florida Backwater scene that was painted in Florida but ended up in Kentucky. Painted using only the palette knife which was common then. ...

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton “Fifteen Palms” by Harold Newton. We have a tree covered shoreline in this early 1960’s painting by Harold Newton. Over the years these bright moonlight scenes have been popular for Harold and Sam Newton, I see them frequently. ...

    Highwaymen Art by Roy McLendon

    Highwaymen Art by Roy McLendon “Indian River Fire Sky” by RA McLendon. This is an early Fire Sky scene by Highwaymen artist RA McLendon. Florida was very different in 1955 when Mr. McLendon started his painting career. Then Florida had 3.7 million...

    Highwaymen Art by Sam Newton

    Highwaymen Art by Sam Newton “Indian River Summer” by Sam Newton. What a great early painting using only the palette knife to create this scene. The calm waterway with big rain clouds building in the background. A tree lined shore with the small...

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton

    Highwaymen Art by Harold Newton “North Beach” by Harold Newton. Another great one to share with everyone. Just the palette knife was used to create this late 1950’s early 1960’s painting by master artist Harold Newton. His use of colors in the...