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Jim Norton (American, b. 1953) oil on canvas Western painting, titled “Days Gone By,” depicting three Native American Indians on horseback, overlooking a canyon as evening shadows approach. Signed lower left. Custom carved and distressed wood frame with gilt interior molding and linen liner. 31 1/2″ x 23″ sight, 41″ x 33″ framed. Provenance: A Williamson County, Tennessee private collection, acquired from Broschofsky Galleries, Idaho, 1996 (receipt available to successful bidder). Artist biography (courtesy Askart: The Artists’ Bluebook — Jim Norton spent most of his youth in Western Wyoming, where he gained a first hand knowledge of ranch life. He also had an early introduction to painting through his artist grandfather Earl Faussett and artist cousins Lynn and Dean Faussett. Norton studied art under William Whittaker at Brigham Young University and under Conrad Schwiering. In 1989, his skill at depicting real life cowboys, Native Americans, and their horses earned him membership in the Cowboy Artists of America, dedicated to the painting tradition of Charles Russell and Frederic Remington. Condition: Excellent condition. CONDITION: Excellent condition.