- by Frank Tenney Johnson (1925)
Contrabandista a la Frontera and Trouble on the Pony Express are unusual in portraying gunfire but representative in showing Frank Tenney Johnson's two favorite color schemes. They suggest why his reputation as a pure painter - that is, to adopt the terminology of the times, as an artist rather than an illustrator - was sufficiently elevated to secure his election as an associate in the National Academy of Design in 1929 and as a full member eight years later.
- 11 1/2 in. by 15 in.