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Reagan by Andy Thomas, Signed and Numbered Paper Giclee Print

Reagan by Andy Thomas, Signed and Numbered Paper Giclee Print
SKU reganpaper1
Weight 8.00 lbs
Our price: $249.00
Qty
"Reagan"
By
Andy Thomas

Measurements:
Overall:24x31
Image only: 18x24
Signed and Numbered Paper Giclee

Moulding: 1 Inch Mahogany & Gold Finish (solid wood) Moulding
Glazing: Acrylic Glass
Mat: Acid Free Archival Navy blue Mat

 Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989).

February 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004

This wonderful portrait captures the true spirit and principles of the great man......humility, idealism, diligence, and hard work.

President Reagan loved the outdoors and relished the times he spent on his ranch.

Called Rancho del Cielo (Ranch in the Sky), this retreat conveyed Reagan's practical, down-to-earth manner and core beliefs.

The President appears to have just finished one of the many chores he so enjoyed....perhaps he had cut firewood or had just returned from riding one of his horses.

We know he was right at home in the place he so loved.

There is comfort in knowing this man once held our great nation's highest office.

About The Artist:

Andy Thomas is not only an immensely talented painter, but also a storyteller with the images he creates. His subject matter consists of a variety of images from historical events to intimate moments of everyday life. The artist’s desire to create is funneled into the area of painting realism that ranges from very loose to very tight. Thomas’s medium is primarily oil, but he also works in watercolor, pen and ink, charcoal, pencil, and ink wash. He is also a very accomplished sculptor.

Primarily self-taught, Thomas began his professional art career in 1991 after sixteen years with a major advertising agency. In his studio, the artist creates his unique paintings that tell their “stories.” Thomas says, “I never consciously ponder elements of design or principals of design…I rely on my sketches to refine a value scheme as a starting point. They also help me visualize the completed painting and consider light, painting technique, subject or object importance, and other considerations. The viewer’s eye-path is a big influence on the composition at this point and all through the painting process.” Thomas’s style has been compared to Russell and Remington, and artist says he also has been influenced by Howard Pyle, Richard Schmid, Norman Rockwell, and others.

--Credit:Summersetfineart.com

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