12 Days - "Bass Reeves; Frontier Lawman", by Texas artist Jack Sorenson
12 Days - "Bass Reeves; Frontier Lawman", by Texas artist Jack Sorenson
12 Days - "Bass Reeves; Frontier Lawman", by Texas artist Jack Sorenson

12 Days - "Bass Reeves; Frontier Lawman", by Texas artist Jack Sorenson

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"Bass Reeves Frontier Lawman" is a captivating painting by Jack Sorenson, a renowned artist affiliated with the Cowboy Artists of America. The artwork depicts the legendary figure of Bass Reeves, a real-life African American lawman who served during the Wild West era. Sorenson's brushstrokes bring to life the courage and determination of Reeves as he stands tall amidst the rugged terrain, ready to enforce justice and maintain order on the frontier. The attention to detail in the painting, from the intricate folds of Reeves' clothing to the atmospheric lighting, creates a sense of authenticity and transports viewers back to a time of lawlessness and adventure. Through his masterful portrayal, Sorenson honors the legacy of Bass Reeves and celebrates the untamed spirit of the American West

Jack was commissioned to do this original piece for "Trail Ride" magazine, and what a great piece it became.  We own the original and currently it is for sale.

 Framed size 24" x 30".  Painting is 18" x 24".   

  • all artwork will be professionally crated, Insured for full value and shipped via FedEx

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