Print of a smiling President Ronald Reagan in a blue shirt, work gloves, and a cowboy hat.
18 x 24 limited edition paper giclee (only 1989 available) by artist Andy Thomas.
This print is signed and numbered comes with a certificate of authenticity.
14 x 11 signed paper print for $60
14 x 11 unsigned canvas giclee for $120
17 x 14 framed & signed canvas for $245
18 x 24 limited edition signed/numbered paper giclee for $145
18 x 24 limited edition signed/numbered artist proof giclee on paper (only 89 available) for $235
18 x 24 limited edition signed/numbered canvas giclee (only 1989 available) for $260
18 x 24 limited edition signed/numbered artist proof canvas giclee (only 89 available) for $360
21 x 28 limited edition canvas giclee for $485 (only 1989 available)
21 x 28 limited edition canvas giclee artist proof for $585 (only 89 available)
30 x 40
limited edition signed/numbered canvas giclee (only 89 available
) for $995
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Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989).
February 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004
This wonderful portrait captures the true spirit and principles of the great man......humility, idealism, diligence, and hard work.
President Reagan loved the outdoors and relished the times he spent on his ranch.
Called Rancho del Cielo (Ranch in the Sky), this retreat conveyed Reagan's practical, down-to-earth manner and core beliefs.
The President appears to have just finished one of the many chores he so enjoyed....perhaps he had cut firewood or had just returned from riding one of his horses.
We know he was right at home in the place he so loved.
There is comfort in knowing this man once held our great nation's highest office.
On June 3, 2009, Mrs. Reagan helped unveil the Ronald Reagan statue in the U. S. Capitol. Mrs. Reagan emotionally relayed to the audience, "I know Ronnie would be deeply honored to see himself with a permanent home in the Rotunda of the U. S. Capitol..."
We live in the greatest country in the world......celebrate our strength by presenting this portrait of President Reagan to your clients.
Definitions of terms:Limited Edition Print
A reproduction of a painting in a set amount determined by the artist. For example, an artist may want to reproduce a painting in an edition of 1,000. Therefore, only one thousand prints will be created and no more. This adds exclusivity and value to the print. Some of these prints explode in value once they are sold out, giving them a two for one bonus; incredible beauty and a great investment. While many people invest in paintings, others invest in limited edition prints. These prints are signed and numbered individually, often in this manner - 234/1000, meaning it was the 234rd print out of the edition of one thousand. Usually the low numbers (1, 2, 3.) will have more value than the larger numbers. A certificate of authenticity accompanies each limited edition print. As a general rule, the larger the size of a print, the higher the cost.Artist Proof (or AP)
When an artist decides to reproduce a painting, he or she will go to a publisher. The publisher will print the first fifty or so and then stop. The publisher will then show the artist the results of the first fifty to await the artists approval. If the artist approves of the publishers work (which they usually do), the publisher will continue with the rest of the edition. Those first few prints are designated as artist proofs. They will look exactly the same as a limited edition print, but they carry an AP in the corner of the print. Artist proofs are highly coveted by collectors. A tip from us at Elegant Horse Pictures; if you are not a collector, buy the limited edition and save money, as artist proofs are slightly higher in cost.Canvas Edition (or canvas transfer)
A reproduction of a painting onto a canvas base. Canvases are higher in cost than paper prints but have several advantages:
1) Canvases look like an original. If you've ever seen a piece of art on a wall and wondered if was a painting, it probably was a canvas reproduction
2) Canvases are more durable. They last for decades
3) Glass is not needed when framing canvases
4) Canvases are usually in smaller editions, hence more exclusivityGiclee (pronounced gee-clay, French for ("spray of ink")
A high resolution, color reproduction process, that can be processed on paper or canvas. Giclees are superior to traditional prints in nearly every way. The colors are brighter, last longer, and are so high-resolution that they are virtually 'continuous tone', rather than tiny dots. Here's another tip from us at Elegant Horse Pictures; think of giclees as HDTV, while other limited editions are traditional color tv.Giclee on Canvas
The creme de la creme of fine art reproduction. When artists decide to publish giclees on canvas, they are usually in smaller editions than traditional limited edition prints, sometimes as few as ten. This is one of the factors in their much higher retail costs.Stretched Canvas
A canvas print that is attached to something which enables it to be shipped flat. The shipping costs are higher with stretched canvases.Unstretched Canvas
A canvas print that is rolled up and shipped in a tube. Here's a tip from us at Elegant Horse Pictures; save the shipping costs and buy the unstretched canvas. A framer will have no problem in creating the frame with an unstretched canvas.
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