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A Letter from the Publisher

Great paintings tell great stories. Great art triggers reflection and transports your thinking to that different state of mind and place.This is what Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Editions achieve for their collectors. Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Editions are one of a few possessions you might acquire in life with a connection to those that created it. From the first moment of artistic inspiration to the final signature, each limited edition The Greenwich Workshop and our artists create, is incredibly important to us. Hand signing the work and the strict limits of edition sizes make your fine art print authentically personal for you.

Your fine art selection from The Greenwich Workshop is a statement about you, something noted by and shared with those who come in contact with it, a rare personal treasure in today’s fast paced world of ever more similar things.

The GreenwichWorkshop Family of Artists is among the most sought–after and collected group of artists today, yet their original paintings are rare and expensive.The Greenwich Workshop answers this challenge by publishing the world’s most superb limited edition fine art prints, exclusively available through a knowledgeable network of select GreenwichWorkshop Fine Art Dealers.

A Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Edition is your assurance of genuineness and the highest quality. Our tradition of collaboration between the artist and the artisan printer produces works at the highest possible level.This begins from the very first inkling of publication through final inspection that ensures the work achieves the artist’s vision.

Each is hand signed and serially numbered to validate its authenticity. Quality and rarity are assured. If you want the finest limited edition art, you need search no further than works published by The Greenwich Workshop.

The Greenwich Workshop selects our Fine Art Dealers for their knowledge and skill at helping collectors acquire works that are best suited for their interests and pleasure.Working with your authorized GreenwichWorkshop Fine Art Dealer is another step in our assurance of authenticity, quality and value.This is why discerning collectors have preferred the prints of The Greenwich Workshop since its inception in 1972.

Scott Usher
Publisher and President

The Greenwich Workshop has partnered with Larson-Juhl to bring you the highest quality frames for your fine art. All fine art editions pictured in this catalogue are framed in Larson-Juhl mouldings. Prices do not include framing.


The Shaman and His Magic Feathers

by Howard Terpning®

The title of shaman was given to a person within a tribe who had powers beyond the limits of human understanding. The shamans were remarkable not only for their extraordinary powers, but for their ability to control them. The Native people of the American plains accepted these powers as proof of supernatural blessing, both of the shaman and of their tribes.

It was not uncommon for a shaman to give a public demonstration to inspire wonder and awe in his audience. In The Shaman and His Magic Feathers, a shaman has invited a small group of his tribesmen to witness his magical abilities. Away from the camp, the shaman has built a small fire and blessed it with sage and juniper. Before the approaching storm arrives, he will use his powers to float the feathers in the air above the flames, where they will hang for as long as he wishes. Like a modern-day shaman, Howard Terpning uses his artistic powers to create a scene electric with awe and excitement. The original of this beautiful painting recently sold for over $1.3 million at the Autry Center’s Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 85 s/n.
60"w x 45"h (unstretched).
$3750 | $4135 CDN | £2070
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 250 s/n.
45"w x 34"h (unstretched).
$1950 | $2150 CDN | £1080
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Arriving August 2007