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COWBOYS OF THE OLD WEST ART PRINTS

by TEX WILSON

This Cowboy series of artworks tell the story of the cowboys’ life during the late 19th century from the days of the open range, driving longhorns up from Texas which was very short, to the time when barbed wire made the scene. Ranch owners hated it but was needed to control their breeding stock that was imported from England and Europe. Each piece of art relates to one facet of that life and Tex has captured the spirit with an engaging style, a bit of nostalgia and his brand of humor.

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The Roundup
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Branding Time
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CowboyÕs Equipment
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The Chuckwagon
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The Trail Drive
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DroverÕs Diary
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Pastimes&Diversions
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End of an Era
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 These eight art prints have been accepted into the
National Ranching Heritage Center for exhibition and education,
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

All Art Prints are protected by Copyright Law.


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