S.C. Mummert
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A Girl's Gotta Have Options-SOLD

oil on linen
44h x 36w in
111.76h x 91.44w cm
SOLD

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Borrowing Trigger

oil on panel
48h x 24w in
121.92h x 60.96w cm
$9,200

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Love This Stetson-SOLD

oil on linen
12h x 9w in
30.48h x 22.86w cm
SOLD

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Meadows and Mountains

oil on linen
40h x 30w in
101.60h x 76.20w cm
SOLD

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Those Baby Blues-SOLD

oil on panel
20h x 15w in
50.80h x 38.10w cm
SOLD

Biography

S. C. Mummert, b. 1955, La Mesa, California, (United States)

S.C. Mummert is best known for his romanticized vision of the American West. He works exclusively in oils—with much of his work resembling a vintage magazine cover from the 1930’s. Lipstick & Lead, with its classic look and smiling cowgirl, could look right at home on a 1937 newsstand.

Trained to paint by a commercial artist (from the same Chicago studio that produced Howard Terpning) at a young age, Mummert later received one-on-one instruction from artistic greats Tom Ryan and John Asaro.

Regardless of the time period he’s portraying, adventure and optimism are recurrent themes found in his work. Like Rockwell and Sundblom before him, Mummert’s paintings regularly offer us a world filled with an infectious enthusiasm and confidence to overcome. 


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