Western Framed PrintsComes Matted and Framed, Size 16x20
All Prints have 100% Acid Free Framing.
Double mat to complement print's hues.
Single strength clear glass.
Engraved solid brass title plate. (On pieces 20x24 and larger)
Acid free backer on limited edition prints.
Solid oak moulding with stain to enhance grain pattern.
Pre-drilled for hanging kit. (Kit is included with each framed piece).
Shipping: All of our Western Framed Prints ship UPS ground inside the United States.
Tim Cox was born in 1957 in Safford,Arizona and grew up in the small farming and ranching community of Duncan, near the New Mexico state line. When only five years old, Tim vowed he "was going to be a cowboy artist" when he grew up. He currently lives in northern New Mexico and is considered one of the great western artists of our time. U.S. Art's "Gallery owners survey" named Tim one of the top two most popular Western print artists in 1999. U.S. Art Magazine selected Tim to have their honored distinction as a member of the Print Hall of Fame 2000.
Western Framed Prints
While most of his time is consumed by painting, Tim continues to raise cattle and train his horses. He also finds the time to coach young riders who compete in cutting competitions and other competitive horse events. Tim combines the basic ingredients of color, value, perspective and pleasing design with his desire to be a perfectionist in portraying the real working cowboy. This attention to exactness is appreciated by most ranchers and cowboys as well as the recreation horse owners around the world.
He was awarded the Will Rogers Western Artist of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists and Friends of Western Art's Artist of the Year for 2001. His paintings are eagerly sought at art shows like the Prix de West Art Show at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City and has been a three time winner of the Olaf Weighorst Best of Show Award at the Mountain Oyster Club Show in Tuscon.
In 2003, Tim Cox was honored with one of the most prestigious awards of the world of western art at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, when the National Academy of Western Art chose his painting for the coveted Prix de West Purchase Award which includes a $5000 cash award plus a gold medal. Cox's "On to Better Pastures" was the judge's favorite of the over 300 works of art at the 2003 Prix de West Show which featured the works of ninety two highly acclaimed artists. The $20,000 oil was purchased by the hall to be part of the museum's permanent collection and will hang in a special hall alongside work by previous Prix de West award winners including masterpieces by Wilson Hurley and Gerald Balcier, James Reynolds, Howard Terpning, Clark Hulings, Grant Speed, Alan Houser, Kenneth Riley and Bob Kuhn.
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