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Walt La Rue

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, (1918-2010), a rodeo cowboy during the 1940s and 1950s, belonged to the Cowboy's Turtle Association and the Rodeo Cowboy's Association. He was a Gold Card member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association. While rodeo'n, Walt had the opportunity to work in the movies and became a stuntman working at both for a long time.

For many years, as an avocation, Walt was a free lance artist. He drew cartoons for newspapers, magazines, and advertising agencies, for eight years he drew all the covers for the Rodeo Cowboy's Magazine, "The Buckboard." Weber's Bread and Levi Strauss were among his advertising accounts. He also illustrated books and for the last twenty years of his life he created fine art.

His paintings, all Westerns, are now in private collections, galleries, and museums all over the world. Successful as this was, he still called the art work a "side line" and shared it with his many other interests.

Please Note:
 We are pleased to announce that there is a new home for all Walt LaRue inquiries and featured art work! If you are interested in purchasing any pieces by Walt LaRue, or any questions about a piece you may own, please contact the Walt LaRue Art Gallery directly.
Walt LaRue Art Gallery
Contact John Wilson, (818) 840-0539 (PST)
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