Riding the Red Dawn 8" x 10" signed Giclee Remarque
Marathon Texas mountain sunrise landscape painting
Hand-repainted fine art print
One of a Kind Limited Original Art
Lindy Cook Severns
Giclee remarque on fine art paper, hand-repainted in color-rich soft pastels
Archival acid-free ivory mat, acid-free foam board backing makes this wall art ready to frame
7" x 5" image is matted to outer dimensions of 10" x 8" to fit a ready made frame (frame not included)
A clear, resealable envelope protects your enhanced print until you frame it.
Artist Tip: The ribbon-tied foam board case we package this painting in to protect it makes an elegant gift presentation!
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"RIDING THE RED DAWN"
A rainy dawn on Los Caballos formation in the Ouachita Mountains between Big Bend National Park and Marathon, Texas. Spanish explorers gave these misplaced mountains their name because they reminded them of horsemen riding in columns across the high desert.
This pastel is one of three Lindy Cook Severns paintings published in TEXAS TRADITIONS, CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS OF THE LONE STAR STATE by Michael Duty and Susan Hallsten McGarry 2010
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