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Hunting art

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This Whitetail Reflections Whitetail Deer Wrapped Canvas Art is the perfect gift for the avid hunter and animal lover alike. It features 3 whitetail deer in front of a water source showing their refle

Whitetail Reflections Whitetail Deer Hunting Wrapped Canvas Art featuring an image that wraps fully around the canvas. Measures 13" x 18".

Alaskan Mail Carrier - N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945)

Because I love the post office and N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945), I am naturally a fool for “Alaskan Mail Carrier,” an illustration in which a postman has fought for his life (and the mail) wi…

Ryan Kirby's "The Growth and Maturity of the White-tailed Buck" Paper Print is a form of classic art that celebrates the growth and maturity of America’s favorite big game animal — the white-tailed…

The Growth & Maturity of the White-tailed Buck is a hunt camp classic; a hand-crafted print celebrating America’s favorite big game animal — the white-tailed deer.The product of hundreds of hours of research and studio work by Ryan Kirby, the print combines elegant art and interesting facts about the white-tailed buck as he progresses through his life cycle. It’s the only print of its kind - approved by the National Deer Association for its content and accuracy.With the rise in popularity of…

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Pheasant Hunting, c. 1947  Oil on canvasboard, 22 by 16 inches This painting was created as the cover for the September 1947 issue of "Field & Stream" magazine, a copy of which accompanies the lot.  Provenance/Literature: Jeanne Millett Collection

Arthur D. Fuller (1889-1966) for auction. Pheasant Hunting, c. 1947 Oil on canvasboard, 22 by 16 inches This painting was created as the cover for the September 1947 issue of "Field & Stream" magazine, a copy of which accompanies the lot. Provenance: Jeanne Millett Collection