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Jim Daly Bedtime Story W/gift Print Her First Love L.e.print 

Jim Daly Bedtime Story W/gift Print Her First Love L.e.print   Jim Daly

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited to 0 | Dim:20 x 15 | Jim Daly| Item #: DA00001

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NOTES: No matter where the future leads, Im sure one thing will never change: mothers will always read to their young children at bedtime and little listeners will cuddle close to their stuffed animals. I suppose this scene could have taken place any time between now and the turn of the last century. On the Oz books standing on the bureau give it any definitive date.

Bedtime Story W/gift Print Her First Love L.e.print by Jim Daly  Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this is an authentic Limited Edition production.  Jim Daly. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Jim Daly bio

Soft-spoken and modest, Jim Daly would seem a reluctant celebrity. Still, his tender and nostalgic portrayals of children have earned him a wide and ardent following among collectors. Born in Oklahoma and raised throughout the West, Jim developed an early appreciation for the art of Norman Rockwell and at a young age knew he wanted to be a painter himself. He can recall—and his parents still own—a painting he did at age 13 of an old-fashioned barbershop. "Even back then," he says, "I had an interest in the past ... and I still prefer the warm palette I used then." After a stint in the army in the mid-1960s, Jim studied nights at the Los Angeles Art Center College of Design while working days at an aerospace company. Within just a few years, he was able to devote himself entirely to his art. His wife, Carole, and their four now-grown sons frequently modeled for him. Jim s paintings are represented in many private and corporate collections and have earned a wealth of awards, including the Favell Museum s Western Heritage Award for excellence in portraying realistically and accurately early Americana. Articles about Jim s work have appeared in Southwest Art, American Artist and Art West magazines among others and in a recent U.S. Art magazine poll, gallery owners named him one of their top 20 most popular artists. Jim has also had the pleasure of illustrating three well- received children s books. He and Carole currently make their home in western Oregon.