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The Glory Days; The Beatty Buck Art Collection by Michael Sieve

The Glory Days; The Beatty Buck Art Collection

by Michael Sieve

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On November 8, 2000, Mike Beatty of Xenia, Ohio, shot the biggest whitetail deer ever taken by a hunter. On that day, Mike was bowhunting in a row of trees along a brushy fenceline in central Ohio. The fenceline connected two tracts of woods about a half of mile apart and was otherwise surrounded by mostly open farmland. It didn't exactly look like the kind of place where you would expect to find a world record buck, but looks can be deceiving.

Fourth image in The Glory Days Series. Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered art prints made from the original oil painting. Image Size 16-1/2 x 26.
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:27.25"Medium:Print
Width:36"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:27.25"Medium:Print
Width:36"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:29"Medium:Print
Width:37"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:16.5"Medium:Print
Width:26"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Artist Proof
Height:16.5"Medium:Print
Width:26"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Artist Proof PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

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On November 8, 2000, Mike Beatty of Xenia, Ohio, shot the biggest whitetail deer ever taken by a hunter. On that day, Mike was bowhunting in a row of trees along a brushy fenceline in central Ohio. The fenceline connected two tracts of woods about a half of mile apart and was otherwise surrounded by mostly open farmland. It didn't exactly look like the kind of place where you would expect to find a world record buck, but looks can be deceiving.

Fourth image in The Glory Days Series. Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered art prints made from the original oil painting. Image Size 16-1/2 x 26.
Product Specifications
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:27.25"Medium:Print
Width:36"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:27.25"Medium:Print
Width:36"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:29"Medium:Print
Width:37"Framing:Framed
Product Type:Framed Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Limited Edition
Height:16.5"Medium:Print
Width:26"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Limited Edition PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:LandscapeEdition:Artist Proof
Height:16.5"Medium:Print
Width:26"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Artist Proof PrintOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist
Michael Sieve

Michael Sieve

Artist

To capture the adventure and excitement of the hunt is to know the sportsman. To join forces in preserving and protecting habitat is to understand the conservationist. To identify the songs of the wind and relish callused hands is to appreciate the farmer. To see this combination in a painting...

Read More

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