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d'ART ID#: 113341
Length: 34.00 in (86.36 cm)
Height: 28.00 in (71.12 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: Y
Year Created: 0
Media Types:
Canvas
Style & Subject:
Sporting
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John Austin Hanna
Spring Fling - framed Artist Proof
John Austin Hanna
Limited Edition Prints - US $210.00

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"SPRING FLING" by JOHN AUSTIN HANNA
Artist Proof Signed and Numbered Limited Edition
Certificate of Authenticity Included
Sold Out at the Publisher,
Limited Availability and Circulation
Edition Size 10.....#7/10 Available


Custom Framed by a d'ART Partner gallery,

On Display at Speedy Picture Framing Inc. The oldest frame shop in the Houston Area, 3rd generation family owned and operated out of the exclusive West University Place Area.

Custom framing by Speedy Picture Framing Inc., consists of 3.25" of
dual stained wood frame of "distress" wood and deep pecan stained lip; Rich rust colored suede double matting; Mounted Acid Free. Museum Quality Framing. Framed Art is 34' length x 28" height.


Speedy Picture Framing, Inc. is located At 6719 Stella Link Rd., Houston, Tx 77005 ... 713-664-0330

On display from December 10, 2006 thru June 15, 2007

JOHN AUSTIN HANNA

Native son John Austin Hanna insists his career really took off once he traded in the skyline of Manhattan for the rock houses and old barns of Fredricksburg, Texas. "My years in New York as an illustrator were great, but I wasn't really following my heart," explains Hanna. "Throughout my childhood in Beaumont, I was always drawing and dreaming of becoming a 'real' artist. I finally decided that I had to pursue that dream." Hanna knew he found the way to his heart's desire in the first visit to the rugged Germanic hills of Texas. "My wife and I moved into a 92 year old house on Main Street twenty years ago," Hanna says of his Fredricksburg home. "We're definitely here to stay." Strong in dramatic light and rich in color, Hanna's paintings reflect his love for the Texas landscape. "I like to roll out of bed in the morning, grab a cup of coffee, hop into my pickup and just drive around the countryside for inspiration," he reveals. "Something always triggers a painting - an old house, a rock wall, maybe just light playing on creek water. I never run out of things to see."



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