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Ralph Oberg

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Here Comes Trouble

oil on linen

22 x 40 inches

$18,000

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Glacier Country

oil on linen

28 x 38 inches

$18,000

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Mountain Shadows

oil on linen

12 x 12 inches

$2,200

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18027 (300) From Lower St Mary Lake 10x1

The Obergabelhorn

oil on linen

12 x 16 inches

$2,400

First Blush

oil on linen

23 x 33 inches

$13,500

From Lower St. Mary Lake

oil on linen

10 x 12 inches

$2,200

Matanuska River, Alaska

oil on linen

10 x 12 inches

$2,200

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Coulee, Missouri Breaks

oil on linen

14 x 11 inches

$2,400

19011(100) Matanuska River, Alaska 10x12
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Barracks Canyon Cutback

oil on linen

10 x 16 inches

$2,400

17002 (300) Through the Looking Glass 24

Through the Looking Glass

oil on linen

24 x 30 inches

$10,000

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About Ralph Oberg

Ralph E. Oberg was raised in Colorado and has always loved the wild mountain country and its wildlife. From an early age he knew he wanted to pursue a career in art. He attended Colorado State University on an art scholarship and, after working briefly as a commercial illustrator, began his career as a full time artist. Dissatisfied with his photographic approach, he began to study with many of the great plein air landscape painters and now travels extensively throughout the western wilderness sketching on-site.

 

Oberg's honors include the William E. Weiss Purchase Award in 1988 and the Jurors' Choice Award in 1992 and 1996 at the Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale. He is a member of the Society of Animal Artists, Northwest Rendezvous Group, and the Plein Air Painters of America. Oberg's work has appeared in articles in Southwest Art, Western Art Collector, Western Art and Architecture, and Art of the West. He has repeatedly shown at the Masters of the American West Autry Museum in Los Angeles, California, and the Prix de West Invitational at the National Cowboy Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. His work is in numerous private and corporate collections.

Oberg lives with his wife, artist Shirley Novak, in southwest Colorado.

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