Cowboy painting titled "Nevada Remuda" by award winning Nevada artist Larry Bute. Known for his illustrative western art, here Larry Bute has captured a scene at day break when the horses hold the remuda until they are retrieved for their days rider. The riders wait with their saddles and gear, while off in the distance a few have mounted and one bronc bucks. This linear cowboy painting western art piece is dynamic and its color is beautiful and calming. Oil on canvas.
Size measures: 48"L x 1-1/2"W x 12"H
Award winning Nevada artist, Larry Bute's western art painting is almost synonymous with the landscape. Traveling throughout Northern Nevada his work can be seen in almost every town by way of murals, and etc. Although Bute grew up on a farm in the Midwest, he took a job as a ranch hand in Colorado as a teenager and stayed on to attend the Colorado Art Institute. Following his education, Bute was hired on as an illustrator for the US Department of the Interior, but spent his weekends rodeo'ing. As a young rodeo cowboy, Bute had an opportunity to draw illustrations for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, drawings that were used to help standardize PRCA judging.