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The Ace Powell is staying in Montana. Thank you everyone for bidding! EXCITING ORIGINAL WORK OF ART BY ARTIST, ACE POWELL (1912-1978) American painter, sculptor and etcher. Click here for the provenance and BID TODAY!
Date & Time: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 7:00 pm Mountain Time
Location: 703 East Main Street, Lewistown MT
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AUCTION CLOSES: Tuesday, October 10, 2017, 7 pm mtn
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AUCTION REMOVAL: Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 10 am to 2 pm
Asa Lynn "Ace" Powell (1912-1978) was an American painter, sculptor and etcher of genre scenes ad imagery relating to Indians, cowboys, horses and wildlife. His artwork was influenced by that of friend and fellow Montana artist Charles M. Russell. He took a few private lessons from the great master, but for the most part Powell was a self-taught artist through trial and error. Powell's lifetime body of work consists of between 12,000 and 15,000 artworks. Born in Tularosa, New Mexico, at 13, his family moved to Montana were he spent his formative years in Apgar. While in his early 20's, Powell took up a post as a wrangler on the BarX5 ranch near Babb, MT and handled horses for the Glacier Park concessionaire.

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Notes: Asa Lynn "Ace" Powell (1912-1978) was an American painter, sculptor and etcher of genre scenes ad imagery relating to Indians, cowboys, horses and wildlife. His artwork was influenced by that of friend and fellow Montana artist Charles M. Russell. He took a few private lessons from the great master, but for the most part Powell was a self-taught artist through trial and error. Powell's lifetime body of work consists of between 12,000 and 15,000 artworks. Born in Tularosa, New Mexico, at 13, his family moved to Montana were he spent his formative years in Apgar. While in his early 20's, Powell took up a post as a wrangler on the BarX5 ranch near Babb, MT and handled horses for the Glacier Park concessionaire.
This icon work of art sat behind the desk of founder Peter T. Combs of the First Madison Valley Bank from 1965 to the 1990’s. Combs was the visionary behind establishing the First Madison Valley Bank in Ennis, Montana. Perceiving the need for a more localized means for area residents to obtain financial services, a state charter was applied for and granted in 1965. The First Madison Bank opened on Main Street Ennis in a small historic single-story building with no indoor plumbing. The vacant lot behind the building hosted an out-house. Peter T. Combs (1928-2012) was born in Santa Ana, CA, at age 17 Peter joined the Navy and served as an engineer on a destroyer in the Pacific in both WWII and the Korean War. After the war Peter worked as a civil engineer for the Orange County. In 1960 Peter moved from California to the Diamond J Ranch, up Jackass Creek near Ennis, Montana. He was a dedicated man and lived his life serving in civic pursuits, a Shriner, Lion Mason as well as served in the Montana Legislature. This work of art is being offered by Peter T. Combs Jr.

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