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"Lords of the Range"
Like warriors doing battle for glory and the spoils of war, these mighty steeds put force and sinew to win the leadership of the herd.
48” x 36”
With the wind in their manes, these wild mustangs follow their leader to adventure and conflict to prove their courage and the joy of living free. Descendants of the hardy ponies brought to the New World in wooden ships by the conquistadores from Spain, they were the favorite steeds of the Indians of the Plains to ride, to breed and to trade with other tribes for the necessities of life.
14” x 39”
"Lords of the Range" (Pencil Drawing)
As part of Douglas Weaver's art process, he creates a black and white comprehensive drawing before he paints. Some of the drawings are also made into Giclées.
48” x 36”
"Joy to the World"
These nestling barn swallows seem to be singing the praises of Earthly life, with all its bounty for each specie. They grew up just outside Weaver’s art studio.
14¼” x 23”
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