Unknown (Western Scene)

Unknown (Western Scene)

By Wayne Cooper

SKU: G18618

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Hand Signed, Lower Left. Artwork Is In Excellent Condition. Certificate of Authenticity Included. Wayne Cooper Was Born In 1942 Near Depew, Oklahoma. His Talent Was Recognized At An Early Age, Leading To Intense Training With Woody Crumbo, The Famous Artist School, Gary Artist League, Valparaiso University, The American Atelier In New York City And The Cowboy Artist of America Museum In Kerrville, Texas And With Such Well-Known Artists As Joe Beeler And Howard Terpning. Wayne CooperÝs Professional Career Started In 1964 In Chicago. He Lived, Painted And Sculpted In New York City From 1974 To 1981. He Returned To Oklahoma To Paint And Sculpt Western Subjects. Wayne CooperÝs Works Are Represented In Collections Throughout The World, Both Public And Private. Many Museums Are Proud To Include His Paintings And Sculpture In Their Collections, Including The Will Rogers Museum In Claremore, Oklahoma; The Oklahoma Heritage Museum; And The American Indian Museum In Catoosa, Oklahoma. Wayne Cooper Has Also Been Commissioned To Do Several Large-Scale Oil Paintings For The Senate In The Capitol Building In Oklahoma City.

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Medium:

Oil On Canvas

Size:

18 X 23 inches

Edition:

Original

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Hand Signed, Lower Left. Artwork Is In Excellent Condition. Certificate of Authenticity Included. Wayne Cooper Was Born In 1942 Near Depew, Oklahoma. His Talent Was Recognized At An Early Age, Leading To Intense Training With Woody Crumbo, The Famous Artist School, Gary Artist League, Valparaiso University, The American Atelier In New York City And The Cowboy Artist of America Museum In Kerrville, Texas And With Such Well-Known Artists As Joe Beeler And Howard Terpning. Wayne CooperÝs Professional Career Started In 1964 In Chicago. He Lived, Painted And Sculpted In New York City From 1974 To 1981. He Returned To Oklahoma To Paint And Sculpt Western Subjects. Wayne CooperÝs Works Are Represented In Collections Throughout The World, Both Public And Private. Many Museums Are Proud To Include His Paintings And Sculpture In Their Collections, Including The Will Rogers Museum In Claremore, Oklahoma; The Oklahoma Heritage Museum; And The American Indian Museum In Catoosa, Oklahoma. Wayne Cooper Has Also Been Commissioned To Do Several Large-Scale Oil Paintings For The Senate In The Capitol Building In Oklahoma City.

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