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d'ART ID#: 99208
Length: 23.75 in (60.33 cm)
Height: 16.00 in (40.64 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
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Automotive Rural Vintage
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Larry Chandler

Larry Chandler  Artwork
A Golden Autumn

Larry Chandler

Limited Edition Print - $150.00

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HH 0506204
"A Golden Autumn" by Larry Chandler
Limited Edition Lithograph
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
Edition Size - 999

Larry Chandler -

Although his early art experience began with portrait painting, Larry Chandler always had the desire to express his love of nature in North American wildlife and hunting scenes. He started learning about wildlife and the outdoors at an early age as he accompanied his father and brother on frequent hunting and fishing trips in his homestate of Alabama. His artwork has always depended on extensive field study and photography.

In 1998, when Chandler won the Arkansas State Duck Stamp Competition, he was selected by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to paint President Bill Clinton with his chocolate lab, Buddy. The Commission presented the portrait to President Clinton for Christmas.

Since then he was Named Artist of the Year at the 1999 Ducks Unlimited Great Outdoors Festival and his painting was selected as the DU 1999 print. Other honors include DU National Artist of the Year 2000 and winner of the 2000 Arkansas State Duck Stamp.

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"As a portrait painter, I learned the anatomy of human eyes and how to capture the mood and expression in them. Now, I can translate that knowledge to animals, both domestic and wild, to give them more life-like qualities." - Larry ChandlerArtist Larry Chandler was born in Alabama on June 25, 1951. He became interested in art at a very early age. His dad was a talented artist and helped inspire Larry to draw well before he started grade school. Frequent hunting trips with his dad and brother growing up exposed Larry to nature and all its wonders. While out in the field, Larry learned to pay close attention to his wildlife subjects - their detail, habits and surroundings. Most of Larry's early paintings were watercolors and pastels. Later, he was introduced to oils by a neighbor who also painted. This proved to be the medium he chose for his future artwork.Although he always loved painting wildlife, much of Larry's early works were portraits of people. After seeing paintings of African game by his highly-regarded artist friend Michael Schreck, who had taken many photographs on a trip to Africa, Larry became reinspired to concentrate on wildlife. At that point in time, Larry could paint almost anything, but he found accurately depicting animals in their natural habitat to be the most challenging.Larry began entering art competitions and painting covers for magazines in 1988. After earning top honors from judges in several competitions, he gained the courage to sell his successful sign company and go into art full time. He gained national attention when his design of Redheads was chosen as winner of the 1991-92 Alabama Duck Stamp Contest. He was commissioned to design 3 wildlife conservation stamps and prints for the State of Arkansas and designed others for Waterfowl USA and the Tennessee Valley Waterfowl Association. His Pintail design recently won the 2002-03 Alabama Duck Stamp Contest.Larry has been National Artist of the Year for Ducks Unlimited (twice), Quail Unlimited, Waterfowl USA and his art hangs in the Smithsonian Institution. He has done artwork for The Franklin Mint, Lennox Co., The Hamilton Collection, SeaBrook Wallpaper Company, Spillsbury Puzzle Company, Ravensburger Puzzle Company, Manuel Wood Workers and Weavers, Goodwin Weavers, Fine Art Creations and Marathon Apparel to name a few. Larry still paints a variety of subject matter, but his popular sporting dog portraits have brought him the acclaim that has earned him commissions in several fields of art. will meet or beat prices from any authorized dealer. Please contact us if you find this art piece at a better price. Use these links to compare prices for Larry Chandler's A Golden Autumn from other art dealers!

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