Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1986. Featuring Harold T. "H" Holden. First Edition. Cloth and boards. INSCRIBED by artist HAROLD T. "H" HOLDEN with an ORIGINAL SKETCH of a horse's head on the half title, quarto (10 1/4" x 11" x 7/8"), off-white quarter cloth with dark brown lettering on spine over tan cloth-covered boards, illustrated with a variety of cowboy sketches, paintings, and sculptures which have been photographed by Linda Lorenz, light beige endpapers, xx, [xxi-xxii] + 136 pages +  Colophon. Weight: 2 lbs. 13 oz. Very Fine / Fine. Item #8701
INSCRIBED PLUS ORIGINAL ART by distinguished Western artist "H" Holden.
This handsome volume contains several prominent Western artists, of whom "H" Holden is one of the best and most respected. Per Chuck Schroeder: “Oklahoma has spawned no greater creative genius than that of Harold T. 'H' Holden.”
Harold T. Holden, or “H” (born in Enid, OK) after obtaining an art degree from the Texas Academy of Art became art director at Horseman Magazine. He also began a career as a self-taught sculptor. "H" was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, Gaylord-Pickens Museum (2013).
Among Cowboy Artists featured are: Jimmy Cox, Steve Devenyns, Lee Herring, Bill Leftwich, Terrell O'Brien, Cynthia Rigden, Gerald Sanders, Mark Storm, Richard Thompson, Bob Tommey, Barbara Vaupel, Jim Ward, Garland Weeks, and--of course--Harold T. "H" Holden.