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Terry Redlin's "America the Beautiful Series"

"Ten years in the making, from initial concept to final brush stroke, Terry Redlin's "America the Beautiful" paintings sing the praises our country's romantic past. Prints in this series are: O Beautiful for Spacious Skies, For Amber Waves of Grain, For Purple Mountain Majesties, Above the Fruited Plain, America! America!, God Shed His Grace on Thee, And Crown Thy Good with Brotherhood, and From Sea to Shining Sea. These images, inspired by the first eight lines of this popular patriotic song, begin in the 1800s as pioneers struggled west to settle the land. The series ends in contemporary times after a dramatic journey across a landscape that is uniquely American. This is an impressive body of work, one which reminds us that we line in a place where imaginations are allowed to soar." (from the Art of Terry Redlin: Master of Memories)
Terry Redlin Limited Edition art printThe limited edition prints are a signed and numbered (s/n) series. Prices vary by availability of the prints. Prints are framed in a hardwood complemented by a color coordinated double mat, glass, backing, and hanger to finish the framing package.
Terry Redlin Limited Edition art printTo order, call 507-223-5721, or, use our email order form to purchase one or more of the prints in this series. We'll call you back to finalize your choice of framing. We take Visa, Master Card and Discover Card. Your print will be on it's way as soon as it is framed.
Terry Redlin Limited Edition art printThis series is now available in a smaller size series called The Master Stroke Framed Print Series. Prints in this series come framed and ready to hang.
autumn shoreline Two books, The Art of Terry Redlin: Opening Windows to the Wild& Art of Terry Redlin: Master of Memories, have been published containing many of Redlin's paintings. You can enjoy reading either of these titles again and again. They make great Christmas gift choices though we have sold copies for other gift occasions like: Father's Day, birthdays, anniversaries, and retirement gifts.
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Descriptions for the prints in this series were taken from Redlin's book, the Art of Terry Redlin: Master of Memories.
Terry Redlin's O Beautiful for Spacious Skies "O Beautiful for Spacious Skies"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n

$275 print
$495 framed print

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"I have great admiration for those pioneers who left the security of their homes and headed west in covered wagons. So much land, so much sky. A whole new world opened up to them. This picture attempts to capture that sense of adventure and the grandeur of the immense western landscape. As one of the guides inspects a wagon wheel and talks with the driver, a lone eagle soars high overhead, symbolizing a sense of freedom that the young country was experiencing."
For Amber Waves of Grain by Terry Redlin

"For Amber Waves of Grain"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"After a long and difficult journey the pioneer family has left the wagon train and settled in on their homestead. The Conestoga is parked, the house built, the well sunk. The farmer's wife is trying out the new single bottom plow, and the kids fly a kite off the front porch. In this high and windy place they can see far into a bright future. This scene, with wave after wave of wild prairie grass, was inspired by a location near my boyhood home in eastern South Dakota."
Terry Redlin's For Purple Mountain Majesties
"For Purple Mountain Majesties"
by Terry Redlin

Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"The opening of the west was not all long hours and hard work. There were also times of leisure, especially for the young. And what more spectacular playground than in the shadows of the majestic Tetons. Spring has arrived and the snow is retreating up the mountain slopes. Flowers have begun to bloom, and in the distance background elk move out of sheltered valleys to higher ground. Look closely and you can see the bull elk proudly displaying his new velvet antlers."
Terry Redlin's Above the Fruited Plain
"Above the
Fruited Plain"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"America became truly a land of plenty. The hardworking settlers harvested a bountiful variety of foods to feed a growing nation. Here the farmer and his family haul to town a wagon overflowing with corn, baskets of apples and containers of milk. My mother remembers doing this very thing when she was a young girl. Overhead, pigeons have found their home atop the grain elevator, a sturdy monument to the rich soil and the people who toil on it."
Terry Redlin's America! America! "America! America!"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"What more fitting symbol for the spirit of America than the isolated country school house and the daily raising of our flag? As the school teacher reads a patriotic passage, the boy behind her has momentarily forgotten which hand is placed over the heart. Standing off to the left, slightly away from the main group, is a boy with his dog. His attention has been distracted by a flight of ducks. As I remember my childhood interests this just might be something of a self-portrait!"
Terry Redlin's God Shed His Grace on Thee "God Shed His Grace on Thee"
by Terry Redlin

Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"Religion played an important role in early America. Churches became the center of not only religious but social activities. In this scene frontier roughness is giving way to gentler times. That new invention, the motor car, is starting to replace horses and buggies. The church is no longer built of wood, but solid brick. As services let out on this rainy Sunday, the heavens open up to shower the congregation with the sun's warm rays?
Terry Redlin's And Crown Thy Good with Brotherhood
"And Crown Thy Good With Brotherhood"
by Terry Redlin

Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"There was something about the opening up of America that seemed to bring out the best in people. It was probably the need to cooperate in building a new way of life from scratch. The holiday season was only the most obvious example of this impulse. Times were slowly getting easier. Electricity had arrived. Automobiles were no longer oddities. And good will extended beyond human neighbors to the wildlife, with corn and a salt lick offered to the curious deer."
Terry Redlin's From Sea to Shining Sea "From Sea to Shining Sea"
by Terry Redlin

Image Size:
16" x 28"
29,500 s/n


$275 print
$495 framed print

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"The boy, the girl and their dog have traveled a long distance in time and space to this beautiful place. The country has spanned a continent, matured and provided a good life for millions of people. And for me the ideal remains. We are at our best when close to nature. Even if sometimes the wildlife, in this case sea gulls, sneak bait from our fishing pails! For many people this sceene must be close to the American dream. I know I'd like to be that boy."
Just a thought -- one of these America the Beautiful prints would make a great, wedding / anniversary gift, birthday gift, Mother's Day gift, Father's Day gift, or Christmas gift. Plan ahead to have that present ready for the special occasion by ordering today!. We can direct ship for you in time for the day, or, we can send a gift card letting the recipient know the print is on it's way.

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Yes, we do APPRAISALS of prints. However, there is a cost.
The first print is $35.00 and each print after that is $10.00.
Just give us some lead time.     Allen

We regret the need to raise our shipping costs.
Postage costs have steadily increased while we held the line on our shipping prices.
We no longer can. We need to add $5 for each framed print under $200
and $10 to the price of any framed print $200 and over. There is
no price change on an unframed print.


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