This is a spectacular original oil on board by world renowned artist Heinie Hartwig. The title is “Sweet Grass Country Montana”. It depicts an Indian encampment on the shores of a river at break of day. The mountains in the background are spectacular as the first light hit’s the snow covered peaks. There are several figures preparing for the new day including a papoose in a back cradle leaning against a teepee. Pick up an international price guide to art and you will find Heinie Hartwigs name. His art is known all over the country and has been purchased for collections in Europe and the Orient. He lives a quiet, secluded life in the Sierra foothills where folks have little knowledge of their famous artist neighbor. Even in the art world few people know him, as he rarely attends shows or receptions and markets his art work through a small number of agents. Hartwig’s paintings have been added to a number of museums, purchased by collectors and celebrities, and earn high prices at countless auctions. Probably the greatest indication of the high regard for his paintings is the number of paintings sold to happy collectors around the world. Heinie Hartwig’s work from year to year maintains a style and flair all his own, yet the painting change subtly. Hartwig strives continuously to improve and explore his abilities to use the materials to their utmost and to get the essence of his visual ideas. Although late in years he still paints some of his greatest works of which we are offering here. This painting is a fabulous tangible investment. A true original work of art of a great true American subject. A possession you view every day and every day continues to increase in value. The size of the image which is oil on board, is 12 inches by 24 inches and the overall size with the frame is 17 inches by 29 inches.
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