Artwork by Lee Clarke Schuyler
"Questa" 1982 Oil. This rock is located in Taos county, near the confluence of the Rio Grande and Red Rivers.
This is one of the few paintings by Lee from the early 1980's, because at that time she was facing significant health challenges and didn't paint a great deal.
From the collection of Toni and Rick Cobb.
Dogwood Time on Drewry
"Dogwood Time on Drewry" by Lee Clarke Schuyler 1988. Oil. Size 20 x 24. As Ray and Trudie are moving from Atlanta back to Albuquerque, many of the paintings they have "held" are finding permanent homes with other Schuyler descendants. This one is now in the collection of Athena Barreras Jordan.
"Bridge" 1964 Watercolor by Lee Clarke Schuyler. The bridge was at Las Huertas on the eastern side of the Sandia mountains. This remote picnic area was a favorite sketching location for the Schuylers over many years, and was a spot to which Ted often took art classes when Trudie was a child.
From the collection of Toni & Rick Cobb
by Lee Clarke Schuyler. Oil. As a result of the limitations on her "freedom" to go out sketching as frequently as Ted did, Lee often re-worked some of her paintings in a different medium. This is a charming example. The same bridge at Las Huertas is rendered here in Oil, in a somewhat larger size. From the collection of Diana Guinn.
"Vaquero" 1928 Charcoal. From the collection of Toni and Rick Cobb
Child with Duckling
"Child with Duckling" is the only major piece of sculpture done by Lee Schuyler still in existence. It was carved from a small ash-wood log. Since ash is an extremely hard wood, this carving represents a monumental amount of effort.
Carving of daughter Trudie. 1951. From the collection of Toni & Rick Cobb
"Laird" Not officially named. (Student work from Lee's days at the Art Institute of Chicago.) As is typical with student work, these are not considered eligible for "sole attribution" to the artist, since they have been critiqued and may even have had "hands-on" demonstration from the instructor.
circa 1928. This charcoal drawing was named by Toni Cobb. From the collection of Toni & Rick Cobb.
"Desert de los Leones"
1936. Watercolor by Lee Clarke Schuyler. Painted in Mexico during the Schuylers' extended painting trip of the 1930's. From the collection of Rick & Toni Cobb.
Blue Flowers (?)
"Blue Flowers?" by Lee Clarke Schuyler. 1987. Oil. Located on a rural spot near Conyers, GA. which is now probably redeveloped. Lee and Ted both painted there one early summer afternoon. From the collection of Toni & Rick Cobb
by Lee Clarke Schuyler. Oil, 1964. A very large part of Lee's art work was done in the studio, because unlike Ted, she did relatively little outdoor sketching in watercolor. This painting is an example of an interpretation, probably derived from a quick sketch made somewhere in New Mexico. From the collection of Lorna Barreras and Melvin Gorman.