Award-winning western artist Howard Terpning recently released 2 new giclee prints. Published by Greenwich Workshop Publishing, both prints feature the Crow Indian tribe, which resided mainly in the Northwestern U.S.
The Crow respected and revered what they called “land of the burning ground” or “land of vapors.” Although they lived primarily in the region to the east of what became Yellowstone National Park, the Crow camped and hunted throughout the region.
"Crows in the Yellowstone" is 35"high x 25"wide, and the edition of 125 is already in low inventory. The retail price is $895.
"Tribal Warfare" is 12"high x 16"wide and it is an edition of 175. The retail price is $345.
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www.westernartnow.com/collections/all/howard-terpning or call 1-888-779-2240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Crows in the Yellowstone" giclee by Howard Terpning, 35"x25"
"Tribal Warfare" giclee by Howard Terpning, 12"x16"
Western and wildlife artist David Yorke recently released a new giclee print titled "Visions of a Warrior."
This is a signed and numbered edition of only 25 prints on canvas. The image size is 12"x9", and the retail price is $300.
The original oil by David Yorke was sold by draw at the Wildlife & Western Visions Art Show at the Plainsmen Gallery on May 6, 2015.
According to the artist, the painting portrays a Sioux Indian. "The black war paint symbolizes Power and Strength. Rather than have pictographs as a background motif behind the Indian's portrait, I chose to overlap the images over part of his face to simulate that these were not a physical reality, but more a part of his thoughts." David Yorke.
Original paintings and giclee prints by David Yorke are available at The Plainsmen Gallery: 1-888-779-2240, www.plainsmen.com. Giclees can also be purchased online at westernartnow.com.
"Visions of a Warrior" giclee canvas print by David Yorke
"Telling of Legends" a new giclee by western artist Howard Terpning will be featured at the Fall Harvest Show at The Plainsmen Gallery in Dunedin, Florida.
The original painting sold at the Coeur d'Alene Auction last year for 1.7million.
Howard Terpning describes this historic piece: "Influencing every part of their lives, the Blackfeet legends included tales of the tribes’ origin, their religion, heroic deeds of their people and the evil ways of their enemies. I’ve tried to capture the mood of a sacred time,” says Terpning, “where a young man learns of his past and his future responsibilities."
The 31"x51" museum edition canvas is limited to 95 signed and numbered giclees. The retail price is $1,750.
For more information about Howard Terpning prints or the Fall Harvest Show call 1-888-779-2240 or go to www.plainsmen.com/shows.htm.
The Second Geronimo Campaign is a new, historic masterwork giclee by Howard Terpning This signed, limited edition of 95 depicts Apache Scouts helping the U.S. Army track down Geronimo.in 1885. This finally ended the 16-,month war between Geronimo and the U.S. Army. The image size is 40"x21" and the issue price of this new print is $950.
Howard Terpning's original paintings and prints are collected internationally, and he is unquestionably one of the most popular Western Artists living today. His impressive list of awards includes the highest prizes awarded in western art: numerous awards from the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, the Hubbard Art Award for Excellence, the National Academy of Western Art’s Prix de West and he was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Gene Autry Museum.
The demand for original paintings and prints by Howard Terpning is very high. An original painting by Howard sold for 1.9 million dollars at the Autry Museum "Masters of the American West" Show in February, 2014, and his prints have sold for over $15,000. One of Howard's Masterwork Giclee Prints "The Force of Nature Humbles All Men" has sold for over $20,000 on the secondary art market.
For more information or to purchase prints by Howard Terpning, call The Plainsmen Gallery 1-888-779-2240, go to www.plainsmen.com or email email@example.com.
"The Second Geronimo Campaign"