The accent mats are black and a textured tan, brown, and black. All the colors are a neutral palette that bring out the natural beauty of the colors and texture in the ducks feathers. About the artist - As presented on the print folio.This was Arthur Anderson's fifth time to enter the Federal contest. He decided to paint the Redhead because "They are a pretty bird, they hadn't won in a number of years and they frequent all the flyways making them a well known bird". When the call came from the U.
Fish & Wildlife Service, Art was working on a bald eagle painting. A voice said "You've done it, you've won the big one". Art thought it was one of his buddies playing a joke, but was soon convinced otherwise. As of 1987, Art Anderson has 13 limited edition wildlife prints. His home is in Onalaska, Wisconsin by the Mississippi River.The bluffs & marshes, teeming with wildlife, are a constant source of inspiration. About the custom framed piece. Outside dimensions 18-3/4" wide x 19-3/4" high. Limited edition print #15,765 / 20,000. But we know you'll love it too much to send it back. The item "1988 Federal Waterfowl Duck Conservation Stamp Print Framed New Redhead S/N" is in sale since Tuesday, June 30, 2015. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
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