Art Brokerage: M.P. Elliott American Artist: MP Elliott is a disciplined and prolific painter who has spent his entire life studying and learning in the field and at the easel. His vast knowledge of the outdoors, together with well-honed artistic skills has produced wildlife art widely recognized for its creativity, realism and natural beauty. Elliott's talent and dedication to the natural world have received critical acclaim and public praise. As an dedicated sportsman, Elliott is actively involved in efforts around the country to assist in the preservation and reclamation of natural habitats. This devotion to the land and its creatures is reflected in each of his artworks. Elliott was born and raised in the upper Midwest, where he grew to love nature, and discovered he could share his feelings through his art. For Elliott, painting is much like poetry; some pictures require long highly detailed formal verse, and others are a simple statement with more emphasis on breadth and a single impression. In either case, hen is a compelling storyteller, whether recording a specific scene, or simply using the subject to express and evoke poetic moods orn feelings. He says "After painting for 25 years, I feel I'm just beginning to speak the language." Elliott's formal art training includes study of art history with a research abroad and a full time three-year apprenticeship in a classical atelier. His paintings are shown throughout galleries in America, Europe and Asia. Listings wanted.
"Take Five" 26x 31 inch, print Estate Stamped and Numbered Edition Print of 950. The Estate of George Rodrigue created a proprietary ink to stamp on print editions originally designed by George Rodrigue and released by the Rodrigue Estate posthumously. The one-of-a-kind ink formula includes several security measures that guarantee the authenticity of Rodrigue Estate editions. The stamp measures approximately 1.5 x 3 inches and is screened directly onto prints issued by the Rodrigue Estate.All prints sold directly by the Rodrigue Estate are also accompanied with a certificate of authenticity indicating the number of the print purchased from the estate.
Looking for a print of Boiling My Blues Away. The piece was done in 1998 and is in a palette of black, blue, red, and yellow featured in this piece. The poster was created for 1998 Schaeffer Eye Center/Beam Crawfish Boil. Looking for any prints of this art.