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Horse of a Different Color

by Howard Terpning®

“I once read an account of a Cheyenne warrior who painted his body and his horse’s body entirely blue,” says Howard Terpning. “Just imagine the startling effect that must have had on his enemies as he charged them in battle. That description gave me the idea for the title (which seemed obvious). Adding the warrior’s son in the painting felt logical and gave the picture a higher level of human interest. To have listened in on the father and son conversation as this warrior prepared himself for battle would have been something.”

As we made the selection of this painting to reproduce, it occurred to us that this is the first Terpning work we have published that focused so directly on the relationship between a father and a son. It surprised us that there were actually so few paintings he had done on the subject. We think that makes this release kind of special. By the way, Howard’s son Steven modeled for the boy.

The other unique aspect of this release is its physical size. It is larger than a SmallWorks™, but is still of a size that compliments the intimate nature of the story. 

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 300 s/n.
20"w x 13"h.
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Arriving March 2008

Found on the Field of Battle

by Howard Terpning®

This is another tight grouping of three men similar to
The Long Shot, with approximately the same scale of the figures in relation to the surrounding area. This type of composition can tell a story very well and the viewer can see the story immediately. These three Cheyenne warriors have been in a battle with the cavalry and in the aftermath of the conflict they were able to find trophies on the ground that they prized highly. One man wears a cavalry hat, another has found a dispatch case which will no doubt be converted into something more to his liking, and the third man has a bugle, which will give him bragging rights. Finding trophies on the field of battle is something that has gone on since battles were fought and this is my interpretation of such an experience.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 300 s/n.
38"w x 30"h (unstretched).
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Also by Howard Terpning

The Horse Doctor and His
Medicine Bag at Rendezvous

by Howard Terpning
MasterWork™ Canvas
Sold Out at Publisher

Proud Men

by Howard Terpning
SmallWork™ Canvas
Limited Availability!



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