Giclée canvas print by John Seerey-Lester, singed and numbered by the artist.
Size: 11" x 14", edition size - 100 s/n
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These two hunters have set up camp at a beach on what is now known as Jackson Lake, at the foot of the Grand Teton, just south of Yellowstone, which became a National Park 43 years earlier.
The year is 1915 and our hunters have been searching the shoreline looking for moose and elk.
With their boats pulled up high on the beach, above the waterline, the two can settle down for dinner and recount the day’s success or failures. Whatever the day brought, they know tomorrow will be better.
About The Artist - John Seerey-Lester - Wildlife Artist
With work hanging at the White House and in permanent, private and Museum collections, throughout the world, John Seerey-Lester has become one of the most renowned of today’s wildlife and historic artists.John has had over 400 different limited edition prints produced over the years, which led to him being one of the most sought after artists. John has gained a reputation over the years for producing images with a narrative and which are both mysterious and mystical.
He has been chosen to exhibit works in the prestigious Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s “Birds in Art” and “Wildlife: An Artist’s View”, shows each year since 1983 and his paintings are in their permanent collection. He has been made Master or Featured Artist for nearly every major wildlife art show over the years. He has also displayed in several other Museums such as the Gilcrease Museum, and National Museum of Wildlife Art, and in many other permanent collections such as Bennington Center for the Arts, and Nature in Art Museum. John is on the board of The Roger Tory Peterson Institute, the Board of Artists for Conservation, and has a regular column in Sporting Classics Magazine.
John and Suzie Seerey-Lester returned from Canada as proud recipients of the prestigious Simon Combes Award for Conservation. The Seerey-Lesters have been involved in raising funds for conservation for over 30 years. John has raised millions of dollars personally to save African and American wildlife and habitat. Both devote a large amount of time every year raising funds for their favorite groups.
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