Horses original art painting by Nevada artist Dan Howard. This large format piece is titled "Jaquima to Freno", which refers to the headstall gear seen on each horse. Faux bois painted barn wood frames this large scale scene and has this curious trio providing any wall with a window into the barnyard scene. Specializing in gear, these three headstalls speak to the absent riders modes and means.
With a Pop-Art sensibility, Howard's western art is always accurate from the standpoint of working cowboys and wonderfully, whimsical to the eyes of everyone. A real life buckaroo manning a ranch in the Nevada desert, Dan Howard's western original art is autobiographical. Framed acryclic on hardboard.
Framed piece measures: 52-3/4"L x 2"W x 29"H