This tense and dramatic cowboy pulp cover painting was created by Norman Saunders for the March, 1950 edition of Western Short Stories, a Street & Smiths publication. A rough and tumble cowboy with two six guns a blazing, saving a damsel in distress on horseback in an action packed tense getaway. Painting is in a fine state of conservation and is simply framed and ready to hang. Though not signed this is positively identified as the work of Saunders.
|Medium:||Oil on Illustration Board|
|Dimensions:||Sight Size 14 1/2 X 19" Framed 17 1/2" X 22"|
|Original Use:||Cover for the March, 1950 edition of Western Short Stories Pulp|
Western Short Stories Shootout
Artist: Norman Saunders