Olaf Wieghorst
A Collection of Cover Art
from Hoofs and Horns Magazine

June, 1939

About the Cover: by Ethel A. (Ma) Hopkins
Editor of Hoofs and Horns Magazine

Again we have a cover picture by that cowboy artist, Olaf Wieghorst, of New York City. Last fall the Madison Square Garden program featured Wieghorst's etchings of cowboy subjects in a double page spread besides using a few as spots here and there through the pages.

As we've told you before, Olaf Wieghorst is a mounted policeman in Central Park, New York City. Doubtless he is doing a fine job of policing, but the artists who can turn out work like the horse's head on our cover are few and far between and we wish he were spending all his time on art work. Just take another look at it and see if you don't agree. It's in a class by itself and there's nothing a person can say about it that would add to it.

Presented By
Spidy Quality Publishing
Publishers of
"A Collectors Guide to the
Prints of Olaf Wieghorst"


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