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David P. Usher Patrons' Choice Award

The Greenwich Workshop believes that the demand for an artist in the original art market is reflected in the demand for that artist’s Fine Art Limited Editions. The most collected artists and the most desired
originals often have a similar experience as Fine Art Limited Editions. The Greenwich Workshop’s Family of Artists is comprised of those who are at the top of the originals market and Morgan Weistling is a perfect example.

Western Art Collector describes Weistling’s
The First Dance as “his signature work, an absolute master work.” It won both the Booth Museum of Western Art Artists’ Choice Award and the David P. Usher Patrons’ Choice Award at the Autry National Center’s 2008 Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale for the second year running. As the icing on the cake, the painting sold for $286,100—nearly three times the reserve price! With nine of Weistling’s last eleven Fine Art Limited Editions either Sold Out or in Low Inventory, The First Dance will prove to be just as significant a release.

“I wanted to celebrate the institution of marriage,” says Weistling.“I have been married to my lovely wife JoAnn for 17 years. I thought of the commitment we made in front of family and friends and what a wonderful feeling it would be to do a painting about that.”

The idea for the painting, which had begun in a sketchbook drawing years ago, took years to come to fruition. In addition to finding the perfect models, costumes and composition, Morgan did not want to begin on the painting unless he could give it his full concentration. The Masters proved the ideal venue for the concept.

In this issue of Catalogue you will find many works that were unveiled at the Autry, Stars Over Tucson, The Coeur D’Alene Art Auction, The Eiteljorg Museum’s Quest for the West Art Show and Sale as well as a selection of miniature art from SmallWorks North America™. The Greenwich Workshop brings you the most significant works from today’s most collected artists.

The First Dance, 1884 Americana

by Morgan Weistling

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 30 s/n.
50"w x 33"h (unstretched).
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n.
27"w x 18"h.
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Arriving April 2008

Feeding the Geese

by Morgan Weistling

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art MasterWork™ Giclée Canvas:
limited to 25 s/n.
42"w x 38"h (unstretched).
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
22"w x 20"h.
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is North America’s leading publisher of fine art editions from today’s most sought-after artists. Available only through a network of Authorized Fine Art Dealers in the United States, Canada and the U.K. We have been enriching lives through art since 1972.

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The Greenwich Workshop Catalogue is a showcase of the latest releases from our family of artists. Catalogue also features previous releases from artists, but represents only a small portion of our complete fine art collection. To view the entire Greenwich Workshop Fine Art collection, visit:

Fine Art Limited Edition information:
Each release appearing in Catalogue is accompanied by its Fine Art information. Here is a sample with definitions:

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 100 s/n. 19"w x 24"h.

Canvas is the type of Fine Art Edition. Each canvas is accompanied by a brass title plate except SmallWorks™.

s/n signed by the artist and consecutively numbered (unless otherwise noted).

Sizes (w x h) listed in Fine Art information are the width and height dimensions of the image area.

Prices shown are in U.S. dollars.

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Detail Galleries
Throughout Catalogue you will see groupings of artist’s images in color bars at the bottom of their respective pages. These are generally small details of larger images. Visit the web address provided to see an artist’s entire portfolio.