​"Doll Museum, Elsah" 1979,  pen on paper, 8" x 10"  $750
​"Buggy Shop, Elsah" 1979, pen and watercolor on paper, 8" x 10"  $750
"Mailboxes" 1979, opaque watercolor on posterboard, 9" x 12"  $1,000
"All Eyes and Ears" 1946, pencil on paper, 4.5" x 3.5"  $350
"Gremlizard " 1946, pencil on paper, 9" x 6"  $650
"Ball and Rope" 1948, pencil on paper, 8" x 10"  $750
"Beauty Extruded" 1946, pencil on paper, 8" x 6"  $550
"Black and White" 1946, pencil on paper, 8" x 6"  $550
"It Was That Long" 1947, oil on panel, 20" x 16"  Collection of Dorothy and Bogie Korszen
Darwin Musselman, while a serious artist and teacher had his whimsical side as well.  In addition to "normal" drawings, this section contains many of his "one-off" experiments.  For instance, the image to the left, "It Was That Long," is completely unique in his collection.  Nothing else comes close.  In addition to whimsy, the illustrations here reflect several other little-expressed facets of his mind:  charm, fantasy and surreality.  



Illustrations and Drawings
​Sketch for "Winter Ride" 1979,  watercolor on posterboard, 8" x 10"  $750
"Showgirl" 1960, watercolor on posterboard, 18" x 12"  $1,500
Paintings available from the
Darwin and Ethel Musselman Exemption Trust
"Eskimo Mother and Child" 1965, watercolor, 13" x 10"  $1,250
"Western Montage" 1979, opaque watercolor on posterboard, 9" x 12"  $1,000