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Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Prints

Dave Barnhouse has had a long time love affair with the Harley-Davidson motorcycles. So it's no wonder he has many prints featuring them. These Dave Barnhouse Harley-Davidson motorcycle prints re-create the best of times in his nostalgic Americana depictions of small town America. Celebrations of rural family life as portrayed in these prints convey the comradely of those who share common interests. "'Collectors tell me they put themselves into my art,' Barnhouse relates. 'It's a way to re-live some of the happiest moments of our youth.'"
    Note: As of April 30th, 2004 the Harley-Davidson company  pulled licensing rights for ALL Dave Barnhouse images that include Harley-Davidson motorcycles. All Harley-Davidson images by Dave Barnhouse were retired (American Classics, Capturing the Win, From One Generation to Another, King of the Road II, Let the Good Times Roll, My Lucky Day, Perfect Memories Trilogy, Picture Perfect, Sam's Place, Small Town, Big Welcome). We have a limited supply of these prints.
David Barnhouse printsAre you a Harley-Davidson motorcycle memorabilia collector? If so, you may want to consider adding one of these prints to your collection. If not a Harley art collector, then you may still enjoy owning one of the new releases without the Harley name:

For a complete list of all of the Barnhouse prints we carry, visit our main Dave Barnhouse page, or use our side menu.
David Barnhouse printsYou can enjoy these prints by Dave Barnhouse. Of course, if you'd like to purchase one to enjoy on your wall, or use as a gift, we'd be happy to frame and ship the print of your choice.
    Contact us, if you are looking for a print we don't have on the web, or interested in a catalog. We have not had time to add everything yet.
David Barnhouse printsLearning more about Barnhouse was hard. Only one biographical article on Barnhouse was found. It's short but does included Dave's picture. Always nice to see what someone looks like.
David Barnhouse printsDave Barnhouse prints are either limited editions, signed and numbered (s/n) prints or signed only (SO). Prices vary by availability of the prints. Prints are framed (sample) in a hardwood complemented by a color coordinated double mat. Glass, backing, and hanger finish the framing package.
nostalgia art prints, americana art printsCall today, 507-223-5721, to place your order, or, use our email order form. We'll call you back to finalize your choice of framing. We take Visa, Master Card and Discover Card via personal contact at this time. Your print will be on it's way as soon as it is framed.


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Dave Barnhouse's American Classics













Dave Barnhouse's new release of "American Classics"
"American Classics"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14½" x 29¼"
1,950 s/n

$550 print
$755 framed print

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9" x 12"
Signed Open Ed.

$140 print
$229.95 framed print

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new release
"American Classics"
by Dave Barnhouse

Image Size
9" x 12"
Open Ed.

$40 print
$125 framed print

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This print is also a celebration of small town rural life in America. Barnhouse presents a freeze frame of life the way he remembers in the 1950s and 60s. His "mastery of the rain-swept night is evidenced in 'American Classics,' in which the Saturday night movie brings a variety of Harley-Davidson motorcycle models together."












Notice the logo for Harley-Davidson on upper corner of the theater building has been removed. On the larger print you may also be able to tell any branding on the motorcycles has also been removed. This is all the result of the Harley-Davidson Company pulling the Licensing agreement in 2004. If you just like motorcycles, then this is a more affordable print to enjoy on your wall.



 

 

Dave Barnhouse's Picture Perfect
Picture Perfect




Dave Barnhouse's new release of "Perfect Photo"
Perfect Photo


"Picture Perfect"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size:
14" x 23"
Signed/Open Ed.

$385 print
$535 framed print

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new release
"Perfect Photo"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size:
14" x 23"
Open Edition


$95 print
$280 framed print

"In this landmark image, the artist captures a magic moment. The day's poker run is over. The crowd has wandered on home. The shop stands silent under the circling summer moon. Win or lose, all contestants have been awarded that special satisfaction of riding for the winning hand. For a select few, however, it is time to pose proudly with their Harley-Davidson..."

 

 

Perfect Photo is the same picture except all Harley branding has been removed.




Dave Barnhouse's Sam's Place
Sam's Place













Dave Barnhouse's new release of "Sam's Place"
Sam's Cafe - New Release

"Sam's Place"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size:
12" x 24"
Signed/Open Ed.

$385 print
$535 framed print

Image Size:
15" x 30"
Signed/Open Ed.

$285 print
$435 framed print

Canvas print
15" x 30"
500 S/N

$Call print
$Call framed

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new release
"Sam's Cafe"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size:
12" x 24"
Open Edition


$95 print
$280 framed print


"Tonight there's plenty of action at Sam's Place. Sam responds to his dog's mournful look and shares the last of his hearty meal. A harvest moon provides just enough light for a mother and daughter to explore a classic Harley-Davidson. With the help of fresh paint each year and a menu of home-cooked meals, Sam makes sure all visitors feel welcome."










Sam's Cafe (new release)
is the same picture except all Harley branding has been removed.

 

 

Dave Barnhouse's "Ready to Ride"

"Ready to Ride"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14½" x 25"
Open Edition


$95 print
$265 framed print


2007 - There are three cycle riders meeting at Doc's Market. The store is open as the light from inside is shinning outside. We see others there talking to the riders. People are watching from the yard to the left. There is a sign to the right for "Indian" Motorcycles. The chrome is polished and shine in the store's light.
    
"When I Grow Up" by Dave Barnhouse

"When I Grow Up"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
18" x 23"
Canvas Giclee
295 s/n

$Call print
$Call framed print

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Image Size
18" x 24"
paper
Open Ed.

$95 print
$230 framed print

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2006 - This lovely print is one of the first Barnhouse has done since announcing in 2004 the Harley-Davidson company  pulled licensing rights for ALL Dave Barnhouse images that include Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Although it may look like a Harley it does not have any Harley insignia. 
    Perhaps the boy is Dave Barnhouse. His prints are based on memories from the 1950s and 1960s. They allow us to see a moment in time in small town rural life. 
    This is one of a few canvases created as a giclée print. It is now available as a paper print too.
Dave Barnhouse's "From One Generation to Another"
"From One Generation to Another"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
17½" x 26"
1,950 s/n

$1350 print
$1695 framed print

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"One of America's Most popular artists, Dave Barnhouse re-creates the best of times in his depictions of small town America. Celebrations of rural family life as portrayed in these prints convey the comradely central to those who share common interests. In "From One Generation to Another," granddad, his son and grandson share a love for Harley-Davidsons". Perhaps, we imagine, they discuss the relative merits of the classic 1937 UL Flathead and the shinier 1957 XL Sportster. The older man can now tinker on his motorcycle whenever he likes and takes special pride in encouraging his grandson. "Collectors tell me they put themselves into my art." the artist relates. 'It's a way to relive some of the happiest moments of our youth.'"
"Let the Good Times Roll" by Dave Barnhouse "Let the Good Times Roll"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
16½" x 27¼"
2,450 s/n

$430 print
$635 framed print

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1998 - In a biker's world freedom of the road also means the freedom to stop and rest awhile. "I wanted to paint a current Harley-Davidson motorcycle in a setting all riders would recognize," the artist comments. "These folks really love to escape the city and ride the back roads. Stopping at a country store for refreshments is as much of the experience as feeling the wind on your face when you're rolling down the road. Life seems less complicated without so many people around to distract you." These riders will be headed out shortly, their departure signaled by Harley's distinctive V-Twin growl.
Dave Barnhouse's Ready, Set, Go "Ready, Set, Go"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
17" x 28"
600 s/n

$350 print
$560 framed print

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This is truly a limited edition. There will be no open edition released. Galleries will have a short period of time to place orders. During the order period up to 600 prints can be sold. But once the order time period is reached it could be less then 600 in the limited edition if that is the number ordered. 
    A typical Barnhouse small town scene featuring a 1914 building. In from of the store modern motorcycles are meeting to get ready to set out on a ride. 
Dave Barnhouse's Talkin' Turkey
"Talkin' Turkey"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
14¼" x 26"
500 s/n


$150 print
$385 framed print


"Talkin' Turkey" tells a story that happens almost every day in the country, and especially in days gone by. It is the story of two good friends, who take time for each other at the end of the day. This farmer was simply doing a little maintenance on his tractor when his good friend stopped by on his motorcycle. Each of them takes time off from work to "talk turkey" - which could be hunting stories or any other news of the day.
    "In the country you didn't have to go far to hunt. Wildlife was all around you. And hunting was a tradition that provided recreation, camaraderie, as well as meals for your family." - Dave Barnhouse
"Route 66" by Dave Barnhouse
"Route 66"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
16" x 27"
660 s/n


$330 print
$535 framed print

Barnhouse's love of motorcycles goes on with this new print set in the 50s. Dated by the 1957 Ford Thunderbird convertible. A small town setting on Route 66 was the perfect romanticized setting for two hungry motorcycle travelers stopping for a bite.
     Note: because Harley-Davidson has pulled the licensing rights to use their name, there is no company name found on these motorcycles.
Dave Barnhouse's "Small Town, Big Welcome"
"Small Town, Big Welcome"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
16" x 28"
1,950 s/n

$430 print
$635 framed print

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This small rural town welcomes Harley-Davidson motorcyclists to town. The setting is early evening after a rain shower with the sun setting in the background. The streets are filled with Harley cycles and their riders.
Dave Barnhouse's "My Lucky Day"
"My Lucky Day"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
15 ¾ x 27"
1,250 s/n

$750 print
$995 framed print

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This is a fun new print by Mr. Barnhouse. A salesman, with his fingers crossed behind his back, is talking with a prospective Harley buyer. On the wall are three of Dave Barnhouse's prints above a sign saying "Dave Barnhouse Prints."
 Click to the larger print to see if you recognize any of the three Harley prints.
Dave Barnhouse's "American Made"
"American Made"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
new size
9" x 12"
Signed Open Ed.

$135 print
$219.95 framed print

Image Size
16" x 25 ½"
1,950
s/n

$495 print
$755 framed print

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"The country store was a social gathering place in rural America and offered a wide array of merchandise - groceries, hardware, clothes, medications. In this delightful image a young couple on their motorcycles have stopped by for a cold soda. As a boy admires their powerful machines, two old-timers sit on the porch, intent on a leisurely game of checkers. Mom and Pop load up the pickup and get ready to head home."
Dave Barnhouse's "Capturing the Win"
"Capturing the Win"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
17 ½" x 26"
1,950 s/n

$430 print
$635 framed print

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"As the day winds down and the Rally is over, the winner meets the photographer at the local dealership. He captures the winner and his trophy for use in the community's Motorcycle News. With many wins under his belt, this rider looks more and more like a champion
 Collectors will recognize the photographer and trophy winner from another best-selling print by Dave Barnhouse, "Picture Perfect"
Dave Barnhouse's "King of the Road II"
"King of the
Road II
"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
16" x 28¼"
1,950 s/n


$Call print
$Call framed

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Popular for his images that tell a story of everyday life, Dave Barnhouse carries on a tale that he first painted in the sold out print "King of the Road." In "King of the Road II" you will note the same mechanics at Neidengard's garage, but a bit of time has passed and a new visitor and conversation take place. "Collectors tell me they put themselves into my art," Barnhouse says. "It's a way to re-live some of the happiest moments of our youth."
Dave Barnhouse's Perfect Memories Trilogy
"The Perfect Memories Trilogy"
by Dave Barnhouse


Image Size
12" x 36"
Open Edition

$360 print
$545 framed print

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"One of America's most popular artists, Mr. Barnhouse is a master of capturing motorcycle environments and thrives on recreating scenes he has lived in his hometown. 'I like to paint every day events and Harley-Davidsons' have special appeal to people of all ages," says the artist. The "perfect Memories Trilogy is an essay in poster form" ("Sam's Place," "Picture Perfect")
Dave Barnhouse's Indian Summer
"Indian Summer"
by Dave Barnhouse

Image Size
16" x 27½"
1,950 s/n


$175 print
$385 framed print

"'Indian Summer' is a play on words representing the Indian motorcycle and that special time of the year when summer is trying to hold on," the artist comments. Crowds are gathered on the street, taking advantage of the season, "hanging out," visiting their favorite Italian restaurant, or admiring the bike's bright paint and abundance of chrome. Barnhouse lives to paint the good times that prevail in this amiable town."
One of these Harley Davidson motorcycle prints would make an excellent gift for your motorcycle enthusiast for Christmas, Father's Day, as a retirement gift or even for yourself..

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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
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