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

The Glory Days; The Beanfield Buck Art Collection

by Michael Sieve

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In the Glory Days series, I will attempt to recreate the last moments in the lives of four special deer, taken by four skillful, and possibly a bit lucky, hunters. These are, of course, the largest Boone & Crockett Typical and Non-Typical, and the largest Pope & Young Typical and Non-Typical whitetail deer ever harvested. In these paintings I will attempt to portray, not just the deer, but also the land that produced them. So come along as we travel to the Platte River bottoms of Nebraska where Old Mossy Horns met Del Austin. Then it's on to a hidden little field outside Peoria, Illinois where Mel Johnson took the Beanfield Buck. And finally we travel to Xenia, Ohio where Mike Beatty took the highest scoring non-typical ever taken by a hunter. But first, let's go to Biggar, Saskatchewan, where on November 23, 1993, Milo Hanson shot the highest scoring Typical whitetail deer ever, shattering the old record that has stood for over seventy nine years.

"Third in the Glory Days Series, this is a painting of the moment in November 1965 when Mel Johnson took the Beanfield Buck, the number one Pope and Jonny typical White Tail Deer." Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered art prints made from the original oil painting. Image size, 16-1/2" x 26". Published exclusively by Wild Wings.
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
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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Description
In the Glory Days series, I will attempt to recreate the last moments in the lives of four special deer, taken by four skillful, and possibly a bit lucky, hunters. These are, of course, the largest Boone & Crockett Typical and Non-Typical, and the largest Pope & Young Typical and Non-Typical whitetail deer ever harvested. In these paintings I will attempt to portray, not just the deer, but also the land that produced them. So come along as we travel to the Platte River bottoms of Nebraska where Old Mossy Horns met Del Austin. Then it's on to a hidden little field outside Peoria, Illinois where Mel Johnson took the Beanfield Buck. And finally we travel to Xenia, Ohio where Mike Beatty took the highest scoring non-typical ever taken by a hunter. But first, let's go to Biggar, Saskatchewan, where on November 23, 1993, Milo Hanson shot the highest scoring Typical whitetail deer ever, shattering the old record that has stood for over seventy nine years.

"Third in the Glory Days Series, this is a painting of the moment in November 1965 when Mel Johnson took the Beanfield Buck, the number one Pope and Jonny typical White Tail Deer." Limited edition of 6,327 signed and numbered art prints made from the original oil painting. Image size, 16-1/2" x 26". Published exclusively by Wild Wings.
Product Specifications
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
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