Buk Ulreich - Arizona Cowboys


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  • £125.00
  • €148 Euro
  • $172 US Dollar

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Buk Ulreich 'Arizona Cowboys'

This work is an original hand drawn colour lithograph from the School Prints series printed by the specialist lithographic printers, The Baynard Press, in 1947. It is signed by the artist 'Buk' in the plate and its reference is SP22 from the School Prints series. An example of this lithograph is held in the collection of The Tate Gallery. The lithograph appears to be in good condition for its age. As is usually the case with the original prints from the 1940s it has been folded for storage at some point and there are three vertical creases to the paper which don't really detract.

About 17.5 x 27.7 inches visible size inside the mount

The price is inclusive of delivery to Great Britain mainland. Please enquire of us for shipping costs to other destinations.

Buk Ulreich (1884-1966) was an American muralist, painter, printmaker and illustrator. He was born at Koszeg in what is now Hungary and as a baby settled with his family in Kansas City. He studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and later worked as a cowboy in Arizona. After serving in World War 1 he painted murals, including for a studio in California, and later he worked on murals for the US Courthouse at Tallahassee in Florida. His work is held in the National Museum of American Illustration. (Edward) Buk Ulreich died in San Francisco.


  • H: 69cm (27in)
  • W: 93cm (36.7in)



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