In 1889, William
Hornady, a founder of the American Bison Society,
compiled a tally of Bison in North America. He
recorded 85 wild, 256 in private herds, 550 near
Great Slave Lake in Canada and 200 under Federal
protection in the United States.
Of the tens of millions of
Bison that once ranged America, the American Bison
Society reported that only 1,091 remained.
Heritage Trust recently announced a “Return of a
Monarch” tribute to the iconic American Bison. The
tribute includes a specially engraved Henry 45-70
rifle, an engraved and numbered Ross Tyser Bowie
and two art prints, including this “Dusty Plains
Bison” by highly acclaimed wildlife artist Rosemary
created this painting after watching two bison bulls
walk across a South Dakota plain and being amazed at
how much dust two ambling bison could generate.
The design is also featured on the engraved Henry
.45-70 rifle. This print is reproduced from the
original painting on high-quality, woven
cotton-blend canvas. Image size is 24" x 36".
Framed size is 30" x 40" with 3" dark rustic
pine-finished molding and brass nameplate. This
fine art print is a Wild Wings exclusive and is
offered by license with Wing Wings.
The Wild Wings
retail price for this framed print is $495.00. This
is your opportunity to own it for less. Your print
will ship directly from Wild Wings.
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