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Marilyn Husted
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Robert Dawson has created a great piece of artwork showing the memories a cowboy would have about the tools of his trade.  This is a rich piece of art and would make a great piece for someone's western art collection!

http://gallery4collectors.com/RobertDawson-DaysGoneBy2.htm

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A brand new art print release from Larry Dyke "Vapors"  It is based on the bible Chapter and Verse:  James 4:14
 Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.
Don't you wish you could take a little bit of time and enjoy this gorgeous waterfall and the serenity of the river.  Find out more about this piece of artwork at:  http://gallery4collectors.com/LarryDyke-Vapors.htm

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Martin Grelle has a brand new release called "Wedding Preparations".  A young Cheyenne woman is preparing for that all special occasion her wedding.  You can find out all about it at:  http://gallery4collectors.com/MartinGrelle-WeddingPreparations.htm
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Cowboy Choreography western art prints by Bruce Greene. Bruce Greene is a Western painter who has ridden trails and experienced the cowboy life he portrays in the very narrative images he creates. Find out more about this cowboy artwork here:http://gallery4collectors.com/BruceGreene-CowboyChoreography.htm

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Andy Thomas's newest releast - Wild Bill's Last Deal!

Wild Bill Hickok was playing poker at Nuttal & Mann's Saloon in Deadwood, Dakota, Dakota Territory, on August 2, 1876 when Jack McCall shot him in the back of the head, killing him instantly. After a life of gambling, gunplay and notoriety, Wild Bill's tragic death mirrored his life.

Hickok was holding two aces and two eights when he was shot. Those cards are now called a "dead man's hand".

Western art lovers don't miss this one for your collection. 

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Just added to our site, Rod Chase's Sepia or Black and White prints of some of the most famous national monuments in Washington DC.  Rod chase is a Photorealist artist and in his travels to DC and Italy he has captured some of the perfect images you could find.  So don't miss it.
http://gallery4collectors.com/RodChase-LibertysLightSepia.htm

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If you happen to be looking for the President's that are playing poker or pool, we have them here.  Andy Thomas is the artist and he has captured the very essence of probably the most famous presidents we've had in our nation's history! 

Whether your are registered Democrat or Republican, you will find that the personalities of each President just comes alive in these pictures.  So don't hesitate to see what Mr. Thomas has to offer!  You won't regret it. 

He's also very well known for his Western action scenes and could be Charlie Russel's re-incarnation!  Enjoy!

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Hello!  Decided to be a real person instead of the company logo!  This is me! 
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Now how can you pass up this painting??A classic wagon with all the tools still attached and providing a comfy resting spot for "Cinnamon" the bear!

 The look in the eyes of the bear is just so captivating, you wish you could just give him a big hug!
To find out more about this painting, go to:
http://briandayartist.com/BrianDay-WeatheredWoodRustCinnamon.htm
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Doc Holiday was one of the Old West's most notorious gamblers and card sharks. Our exclusive box set features a non-firing replica M1866 double barrel derringer, a complete deck of Old West Pharo cards, a $100 poker chip with Doc Holiday's photo on the face, and a 4 card straight fluch in spades. These pieces are displayed in a handsome wood box.  Find out more about this particular collectors piece at: http://gallery4collectors.com/DocHolidayGamblerDerringerSet.htm
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