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Left Midland in the 60s

Dallas, TX

#1 Jan 15, 2008
Does anyone know anything about this artist who used to live in Midland in the 1960ís? I have a big watercolor painting of a drilling rig out in the mesquite and its signed F. Delaney.
Ex-Midlander

Dallas, TX

#2 Jan 20, 2008
Anyone know this guy??
Linda Dorsey

Alexandria, VA

#3 Nov 19, 2008
I have several of his watercolors - most are birds and one titled "Going Home". When i bought his work his name is Frank Delaney Ward. He worked for Gulf Oil in Midland, TX.
A_Kay

United States

#4 Jan 28, 2009
I know Frank. He works with me here in Brownwood, TX.
Tim Homan

United States

#5 Mar 23, 2009
My mother is one of Franks cousins, I visited him when I was a child a remember his watecolors. His works inspired me to also become a painter. Is he still in brownwood, can I get a message to him? Does he have an email?

Thanks,

Tim Homan
www.timothypaulstudios.com
A_Kay wrote:
I know Frank. He works with me here in Brownwood, TX.
Cathy at PDAP

San Antonio, TX

#6 Jun 10, 2009
We were just given 3 of this gentleman's watercolors. They are striking - oilfield/rig scenes. Happy to learn that Mr. Ward is doing well in Brownwood - wonder if he still paints? Our pieces date from 1978.
mike

Dallas, TX

#7 Apr 20, 2010
A_Kay wrote:
I know Frank. He works with me here in Brownwood, TX.
I have one of his early paintings. Anyone have his email??
mike

Dallas, TX

#8 Apr 20, 2010
My email is [email protected]
Tom Katt

Valley View, TX

#9 Nov 2, 2010
I also have one of Mr. Delaneys' works. It's one of my favorite pieces. Anyone know where and how I might acquire more? And in what price range?
Clint

Fort Worth, TX

#10 Dec 7, 2011
My dad has one of his watercolors of a windmill. Were you able to get contact info?
[email protected]
Tom Katt

Lithia, FL

#11 Dec 11, 2011
No contact with the man. I'd be interested in acquiring more of his oilfield works, if possible.
Skip Baca

Midland, TX

#12 Feb 22, 2012
I worked him at Gulf Oil in the early 70's. He was a Draftsman in Exploration. I to bought his work and still have today in my den. His real name was Frank Ward. I liked his work very much. I don't know how to get intouch with him, if he is still with us.
Tim Homan

Fort Worth, TX

#13 Feb 22, 2012
Hi Kay, are you still working with Frank? Do you have any contact information for Frank? If so can you please forward to me at [email protected]?

Thanks
A_Kay wrote:
I know Frank. He works with me here in Brownwood, TX.
pepe

Pecos, TX

#14 Feb 24, 2012
dont know
Geoff

Austin, TX

#15 Mar 1, 2012
Hi,

We have several of his works that he did of windmills. My wife's family is from Midland - Beck family. 7th generation. We are interested in selling them. We are in Austin.
Monica

Bloomington, IN

#16 Jun 11, 2013
Tom Katt wrote:
No contact with the man. I'd be interested in acquiring more of his oilfield works, if possible.
I was cleaning out a basement and come across one of his painting if your interested email me [email protected]
Donna

Lubbock, TX

#17 Jan 2, 2014
I bought one of his windmill prints today at an estate sale in Lubbock, love it! hope he is doing well.
D25ward

Flushing, NY

#20 Feb 5, 2015
Tim Homan wrote:
My mother is one of Franks cousins, I visited him when I was a child a remember his watecolors. His works inspired me to also become a painter. Is he still in brownwood, can I get a message to him? Does he have an email?
Thanks,
Tim Homan
www.timothypaulstudios.com
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My name is Franklin Delaney Devin Ward IV, I'm frank wards grandson. He's still alive and well in Brownwood. I'll pass on your words when I visit from college this weekend
Dianntuckerward

Flushing, NY

#21 Feb 22, 2015
Left Midland in the 60s wrote:
Does anyone know anything about this artist who used to live in Midland in the 1960ís? I have a big watercolor painting of a drilling rig out in the mesquite and its signed F. Delaney.
This is my dad. He lives at Lake Brownwood
Dianntuckerward

Flushing, NY

#22 Feb 22, 2015
Linda Dorsey wrote:
I have several of his watercolors - most are birds and one titled "Going Home". When i bought his work his name is Frank Delaney Ward. He worked for Gulf Oil in Midland, TX.
This is my dad. Lives at Lake Brownwood. Still paints

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