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Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 30 | Dim:72 inches wide by 18 inches tall | Tucker Smith| Item #: TS00029


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Tucker Smith The Great Northern ANNIVERSARY MUSEUMEDITION CANV   is eligible for 3 equal layaway payments in store, with a credit card of $400.00 over 60 days.

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The Great Northern
ANNIVERSARY MUSEUMEDITION CANV - TS00029

NOTES: A remarkable work of art available in a series of uncommon fine art sizes up to nearly 8-feet wide!

Relieve the glory days of railroad travel with Tucker Smith’s grand panorama The Great Northern. Streaming through scenic Glacier National Park in northwest Montana, this locomotive boldly crosses a narrow trestle high above historic Two Medicine River. This is how the Great Northern would have looked on a fine summer day in the late 1930s, the white-capped Rocky Mountains keeping their snow all year.

Nicknamed the “Empire Builder” after its founder James Hill, the Great Northern dominated the Northwest from the 30s through the 40s. Hill built the railroad without any government funds, supporting the endeavor by helping to develop Glacier National Park, which in turn promoted travel on the train. The Great Northern was eventually sold and incorporated into other lines to form Burlington Northern. Says Smith, “My grandfather was a conductor on the Great Northern and he quit driving the family car when he was in his fifties, he just figured the railroad could take him every place he wanted to go.”

Tucker Smith’s grand panorama of railroad travel’s glory days brings us to the eastern doorstep of Glacier National Park. The magnitude of Smith’s original landscape painting is present in these incomparable Museum and MasterWork® Edition Canvases! Choose from 90, 72 or 60 wide! Tucker Smith’s The Great Northern is an extraordinary work of art for an extraordinary room.
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The Great Northern ANNIVERSARY MUSEUMEDITION CANV   by Tucker Smith  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Tucker Smith bio

Tucker Smith, b. 1940, St. Paul, Minnesota, (United States) Tucker Smith spent his early years outside of St. Paul, Minnesota. When he was 12 years old his family relocated to Pinedale, Wyoming at the foot of the Wind River Range. As a child, his artistic skill was already evident, although his family viewed art simply as an avocation. After graduation from college Tucker Smith spent the following eight years as a computer programmer and systems analyst for the State of Montana, painting on a part time basis. He eventually realized that art was his true passion in life and he became a full time professional artist at the age of 31. Today, Tucker Smith is nationally renowned for his balanced, subtle paintings inspired by the wildlife and mountain atmosphere that has been such an integral part of his life. His home and studio on the Hoback Rim in Western Wyoming offer direct access to his favorite subjects; vast landscapes, sprawling cattle ranches, and the back country with its abundant wildlife and natural, unspoiled beauty. Tucker notes, β€œI just recently returned with some friends from a week long horse pack trip into the Wind River Mountains where we painted, photographed and explored. I believe it is necessary to experience nature first hand in order to be able to convey it to someone else through a painting”. He adds, β€œWhen doing an animal painting, my first consideration is the setting. It is the particular environment that made the animal. The relationship between the two is of great interest to me”.

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