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Oil on Canvas
26 x 30 x 1.5 in
Listing no. 243
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Welcome to FAE’s Collections Blog


Welcome and thank you for taking the time to explore FineArtEstates.com and FAE’s Collections and Artists’ Estates Blogs.  These Blogs are where each participating dealer can post articles about the collections and estates they are offering on the FAE website.  Here, you will find:

  • The announcement of a newly published collection or artist estate on FAE
  • The relevance or significance of a collection or artist estate
  • The history of a collection or an artist’s biography
  • A focus piece on a special work from a collection or a major estate work that’s just been offered

Dealers have the option to post an article on both the collections and artists’ estates blogs monthly.  Articl...

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Early Career paintings by Jim Stoker


Valley House Gallery is pleased to offer a number of early works by San Antonio artist, Jim Stoker.

Jim Stoker was born in 1935 in Nash, Texas, and reared in Atlanta, a rural town in East Texas. He received a BFA in Applied Art from The University of Texas at Austin in 1957, and an MA in painting, drawing, and printmaking from New Mexico Highlands University in 1962 where he studied with Elmer Schooley. Stoker painted throughout a teaching career which culminated in a 30-year tenure at Trinity University in San Antonio.

Jim Stoker, American, Born 1935

The Stoker works we are offering range from the early 1970’s to the early 1980’s, when he was teaching at Trinity University in San Antonio. Stylistically, in th...

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