Great Northern Art Limited Edition Prints
- Bring any room to life with realistic nature prints
- Acid-free, double-mat presentation
- Handcrafted solid-wood frame
- Frame finished with a rich, walnut-colored stain
This Great Northern Art print will make a stunning impression in any room. It features an acid-free, double-mat presentation in a handcrafted solid-wood frame finished with rich, walnut-colored stain. This framed print is an open edition and is not signed or numbered.
Pals IV - Thanks Dad: A father and son share a memory neither will soon forget, dragging that big buck out of the woods. The two men are in their own world, more than likely talking about shot placement that brought down a prize like this one or the hours of practice that were all worth it. This scene, created by Thomas Wosika, will undoubtedly remind every hunter of the day he first pulled a deer out with his dad.
Abandoned Farmstead: Carefully stepping into a fallow field, a splendid whitetail buck watches over two does. His antlers instantly capture the eye and point to an abandoned barn in the background to complete this rustic scene by Rosemary Millette.
Quiet Approach: Spotting a head peeking through the weeds is every spot-and-stalk hunter's dream. Seeing a rack like this one attached to it is what the hunter lives for. This open edition by Michael Sieve captures the thrill of stalking deer in heavy cover.
Great Bird Dogs - Black Lab: Possibly the most popular dogs in America, black Labs make great companions, great hunters and great family dogs. This open edition by Michael Sieve captures the Lab at his proudest moment, retrieving a bird during the hunt.
Great Game Animals - Whitetail Deer: The glint of sunlight off of a majestic set of antlers will warm the spirit of any outdoor enthusiast. A crisp day in the midst of autumn's harvest finds patriarchal bucks parading through the fields - the rut is on!
Crisp Winter Light - Pheasants: Wispy clouds in the background mirror the wing pattern of pheasants in flight. Simultaneously, the intense sunlight breaks through the trees to create powerful beams. Acclaimed wildlife artist Anthony Padgett meticulously hand-painted the brilliant and vibrant colors in the original painting.
Marsh Memories - Yellow Lab and Wood Ducks: Jim Killen, one of America's finest water-colorists, catches the spirit of wildlife and sporting dogs in his prints with a unique sense of feeling. In this particular print, he captures a once overzealous retriever in a moment of resignation as he merely watches the waterfowl from his mind's eye. As the artist explains, "Now, in the winter of his life, all that remains are the marsh memories."
Bear Creek Crossing: The dramatic morning light saturates the faces of wild horses as they cross a creek in the Cascade Mountain Range. Intense fall colors and vivid lighting are at the heart of this creation by Chris Cummings.
Mixed Company: Artist Jack Hagerman explains his inspiration for the setting; "In my part of the country, a lot of the old home places date back to the Civil War. I like that overgrown look where the woods are taking over the land that is no longer tended." In this picture a splendid buck and a doe look like they're moving in.
Winter Sunrise: Artist Persis Clayton Weirs captures deer foraging for food in a harvested farm field moments before the sun rises. Once day breaks, they'll be long gone and hidden deep within the forest.
Early Morning: Early morning is the best time for a moment of solitude, interrupted only by the soothing sounds of fluttering wings. Scot Storm depicts this peaceful moment with wood ducks in midflight.
Lessons: Life is filled with fleeting moments - in fact, too many to remember them all. But the most vivid memories are those that are cultivated over time. A father passes down his hunting expertise to his son; though truth be told, it's an excuse for him to spend quality time with the boy before he becomes his own man. Based on artwork from Peter Mathios.
Battling Bucks - Whitetail: Michael Sieve - Rattling echoes through the trees. Another season of hard knocks has begun.
November Snowfall: Persis Clayton Weirs - A fresh snowfall has the locals out for a little apple picking.
When Seasons Change - Whitetail: Ron Van Gilder - Through a canopy of shedding trees, the midafternoon sun spotlights a big boy as he strides confidently downstream.
Battling Bucks - Elk: Michael Sieve - A true battle for the ages. At least one in the audience awaits the results with kindled interest.
Meadow Music: Rosemary Millette - A haunting cry pierces the silence of the chilled fall air. Does any other bull dare make this performance into a duet? Someday perhaps.
Crossing Bear Canyon - Elk: Artist Jim Kasper found and painted this canyon bottom while he was scouting for elk to determine their travel routes. With its steep rocky walls, the river bottom of Bear Canyon provides an excellent place for the elk to escape from predators, forage along the grassy banks and slake their thirst.
Battling Bucks - Mule Deer: Michael Sieve - Slippery snow-covered slopes won't slow down these high-country competitors. Witness the power and intensity of battle between the region's arch rivals.
Battling Bulls - Moose: Michael Sieve - A challenger rises from the water to compete for the title. A 1,200-lb. antlered antagonist stands in his way. He may be overmatched but he's backed down long enough.
Great Eight: The big, wide eight-point rack on this buck has tall tines and mass that extends all the way to the tips. Michael Sieve highlights the head, neck and antlers of this magnificent animal with the fading light of a setting sun filtering through the surrounding trees.
Rocky Outcrop: Artist Rosemary Millette uses the image of a solitary black bear walking along a moss-covered rock outcropping to explore the mystery of the Northwoods in this print. Warm sunlight filters through the lush green foliage in the background.
Crossing the Ridge Anyone who has hunted mule deer in the rugged mountains of the American West will appreciate this scene created by Rosemary Millette. It features a tall-tined, wide-racked buck leading a group of three does across the top of a ridge and into the safety of the pine forest in the valley below.
The Loner: A majestic bull moose is shown peacefully eating and drinking his way through a shallow lake, but the smoke coming out of the chimney of the cabin in the background shows he doesn't have the woods all to himself. Jim Kasper's detailed rendition includes a subtle reflection of the moose on the water's surface and the golden highlights of leaves in full fall color.
Our Side of the River: A river acts as a natural boundary for people and deer. That's why it's always nice to see a buck like this one on "Our Side of the River." Jim Hautman depicts one such memorable visit in this print.
Image size: 17" x 23".
Framed size: 25" x 31".