STANLEY JAMES HERD (American b.1950) and SHANNON ST. INNES (attributed)
    Two color offset lithographs
    Stanley James Herd
    Color offset lithograph, 1980
    15in. x 21in. (sight size)
    Edition: 213/400
    Signed lower center in pencil: Stanley James Herd
    Signed again at lower right: Stanley James Herd '80

    Stanley Herd attended art school at Wichita State University, before launching a career as both an indoor and outdoor muralist in Dodge City, Kansas. There, Herd created his first "field art" projects, 160-acre portraits of Chief Satanta, and Will Rogers, both of which drew national attention in such publications as the National Geographic and Smithsonian magazines. With those images, Herd had pioneered an art form that has flourished within the broader category of earthwork art. These detailed portrait of work animals reflect Herd's intimate knowledge of farming, gained as a youth in Southwest Kansas.

    Shannon St. Innes
    Color offset lithograph, c.1975
    16in. x 22in. (sight size)
    Edition: 292/300
    Signed lower right in pencil: Shannon St. Innes (attributed)

    Keywords: equine, horse, mule, Western, cowboy, print

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    October, 2004
    29th Friday
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