# 28 - G. Harvey - When Cowboys Don't Change - Framed 2995
Retail price Canvas only $2298. usd $3045 cad
Frame valued at $725.00
Release Year: 1995
Image size (inches): 20 x 30
Form: limited edition giclee on Master Works Canvas
Edition Size: 950 numbered and hand signed by the artist.
1 available - New mint condition with certificate of authenticity.
This piece has always been professionally stored.
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This is My most collectable and favorite piece No expense was spared in the framing Which is done in Distressed Barn wood. This incredible piece has never been exposed to light except to be framed, Since then it has been kept covered. The frame Stock measures 3.1/2 in. x 7/8 in. thick. The frame measures overall 42 in. x 32 1/2 in. This is a $750.00 frame.This is one of Harvey's Best works. .
With the eruption of Spindletop on January 10, 1901, the face of Texas was forever changed. Land where cattle once roamed freely gave way to wildcatters and oil derricks. This new industry dramatically changed the lives of Texas cowhands. Some stayed on and enjoyed the new era of Black Gold. Others chose to move away rather than submit to this different kind of lease. - GH
Gerald Harvey Jones, known professionally as G. Harvey, died Nov. 13 at age 84. In his time, Jones was among the most famous artists in Austin. He painted popular Western scenes, but also urban streetscapes set at the turn of the past century. His work was apologetically nostalgic, casting a golden glow on views of an Americana that already were fading before his birth in 1933 in San Antonio.