Cowboy Horse Wall Art

David Stoecklein

SKU:
3005210519
$13.00 $10.58
(No reviews yet) Write a Review
IN STOCK
This handsome wall art features David Stoecklein's stunning photography that captures the real life emotion and simplicity of living in the Wild West. Show your passion for horses and land with this beautiful wall art. Dress up your den or living room with this powerful wall art called, Under the Double Oak. The image has horses under a large oak tree, silhouetted against a sepia-toned background. Rustic finish on the frame will make a great addition to the great room in a country or lodge style home. Wall art with solid barn wood frame. Keyhole hanger style. Sentiment on wall art "The Cowboy Horse is here to stay. It will always be part of our culture and our lives in America". DEMDACO Cowboy Horse Wall Art by Western David Stoecklein Collection Wood Composite and Paper. Measures 8 inches Sq.
Rollover image to zoom

Warranty Information
This handsome wall art features David Stoecklein's stunning photography that captures the real life emotion and simplicity of living in the Wild West. Show your passion for horses and land with this beautiful wall art. Dress up your den or living room with this powerful wall art called, Under the Double Oak. The image has horses under a large oak tree, silhouetted against a sepia-toned background. Rustic finish on the frame will make a great addition to the great room in a country or lodge style home. Wall art with solid barn wood frame. Keyhole hanger style. Sentiment on wall art "The Cowboy Horse is here to stay. It will always be part of our culture and our lives in America". DEMDACO Cowboy Horse Wall Art by Western David Stoecklein Collection Wood Composite and Paper. Measures 8 inches Sq.
The Artist
David Stoecklein launched his photographic career taking lifestyle shots of skiing, fishing, hiking and biking. It was not long, however, before he turned his lens to his neighbors on the great ranches of the West. David’s fascination with the ranc hing heritage of the American West led him to befriend, and subsequently photograph, the men and women still breathing life into the mythical figure of the cowboy and the western life.

0 Reviews

No review yet, Be first to Write a Review