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d'ART ID#: 108612
Length: 36.00 in (91.44 cm)
Height: 30.00 in (76.20 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
#003333
#333333
#666633
#666666
#999966
Media Types
Canvas Giclee
Style & Subject
Southwestern
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Updated 10/18/2017

Ragan Gennusa

Ragan Gennusa  Artwork
Texas Trails

Ragan Gennusa

Limited Edition Print - $1,200.00



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Editions and Sizes

Edition Type Size Price
Limited Edition Print, Canvas, Giclee 36" x 30" $1,200
Limited Edition Print, Canvas 27" x 23" $395
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"Texas Trails" by Ragan Gennusa


Limited Edition Canvas Giclee
Signed and Numbered
Edition Size: 95
Canvas Size: 36" x 30"

ARTIST PROOF on canvas AVAILABLE,
Also available on canvas size: 27" x 23", PLEASE INQUIRE.


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Texas artist Ragan Gennusa is well known for his longhorn paintings. In addition, he played football for the University of Texas Longhorns, quarterbacking in the late 60s. His use of light and his ability to capture both longhorns and horses accurately and also beautifully, make his work unique. Cattle drives and stampedes capture his fancy as they allow him to feature his subjects in action.



Ragan Gennusa
HISTORY & BACKGROUND

Ragan Gennusa grew up in East Texas enjoying the outdoors and sports, but he was drawn to art and could always be found using his pencils and brushes when he had an opportunity. Art was just something I always enjoyed, he recalls.

Gallery work allowed Gennusa to develop his art. During this time, he became involved with the Gulf Coast Conservation Association, Ducks Unlimited, and other similar groups. Ive been fortunate to meet a lot of people in the sporting arena who liked my art, says Gennusa. The artist now has a thriving career painting the great outdoors and its endless sporting images; his many commissions to paint animals or the Western landscape are sought by people throughout the United States.

Gennusa is well known for his longhorn paintings, some of which have been special commissions for the University of Texas, and his horse images. Wild turkeys are also one of Gennusas favorite subjects. Working mostly on commission, the artist very much enjoys visiting ranches throughout Texas and learning about their history, which has fostered his interest in Western and Native American themes.

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