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"Misty Crossing" by Bob Wygant
Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas
Signed & Numbered
Edition Size - 95
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Bob Wygant, who many feel is the father of Texas art, offers this refreshing piece featuring elk crossing a river in the mist of early morning. The day will be sunny and bright, but bitter cold. Snow covers the bushes that border the river giving the piece a delicacy not often seen in such pieces. Wygant's paintings hang in many corporate collections in Texas and surrounding states. Although he has been best known for his cowboys, many of his works feature elk and deer in "magical" settings.
Bob Wygant holds a special place in Texas and the Western heritage he has painted throughout his career. A quiet man of immense talent, his paintings come from his heart as much as from his brush. Breathtaking in his detailed and realistic approach, his images make time stand still….creating memories that offer the viewer a glimpse into a rich past that is relived through the artist’s paintings. Wygant has said, “I am interested in establishing a mood in my paintings and not a meaning. It is the viewer who brings the meaning to the work." From the romantic cowboys to the rocky landscape and picturesque rivers to the pleasures of rural life, his paintings have brought the American West to life to be enjoyed and treasured for generations.
Bob Wygant’s magical use of acrylics earned him a reputation as a master of this medium. His paintings are vibrant, colorful scenes that allow the viewer to participate in the mood and emotion emanating from his subjects. He has always been driven to relay his love of the Western landscape and the many memories of the quiet, rural life through his paint brush.These beautiful canvas giclées are reproductions of some of the artist’s most popular pieces. Bob Wygant is a revered figure with such a unique style in his genre that every painting he has created in a private or corporate collection and unavailable to the public.