Colorado Public Radio tells the interesting story of two iconic sculptures that were finally credited to the artist after nearly a century of anonymity by the city of Denver. On June 24, 2014 plaques were unveiled acknowledging Alexander Phimister Proctor as the creator of the two sculptures, On the War Trail and Broncho Buster that are featured in Denver’s Civic Park Center. Story here: http://www.counter-canterculture.com/?p=4139
...and to All a Good NIght-“On ranches that are very remote, where there’s no electricity or television, entertainment many times is still simply visiting a neighbor. After a nice, quiet, peaceful evening of doing just that, this cowboy is leaving to go home, having wished everyone a good night,” states Bill Owen.
The Art of William Matthews He is most well known for his portrayal of the working cowboys from the great ranches of the American west. The 1994 published monograph, Cowboys & Images: The Watercolors of William Matthews, chronicles a decade of the artist’s work devoted to this subject.
Slim Warren The Old cowboy by James Bama. I remember seeing Slim and Dean most days leaning on the rail by Cody Drug Store. My mom used to give him rides around town. I don't remember him ever owning a vehicle.