Harry Antis Ever Present Danger Print. Limited Edition signed and numbered
Clear and Present Danger
image Size: 24 x 15.75
description: S/N Ltd Ed
sale price: 15.99
Issued by Chrisman Wildlife Art
Harry Antis began his career as a wildlife artist and produced over a hundred different limited edition prints of wildlife subjects. He was a realistic painter of North American waterfowl, big game, and upland game birds. Antis received training at the Society of Arts and Crafts in Detroit, Michigan. His paintings have appeared in many publications such as Audubon, National Wildlife, and Field and Stream. He has been listed in Who’s Who in American Art and was commissioned by the Danbury Mint to design the first set of Damascene Plaques ever made. He was an exhibitor in the prestigious Leigh Yawkey Woodson, “Birds in Art” exhibition and won first place in the inaugural National Wildlife Foundation exhibit in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 1978. Among his other accomplishments are winning the 1983 Ohio Duck Stamp competition and being commissioned to design the 1984 Deer Unlimited Stamp Print. He was commissioned to design the 1985 North Carolina Conservation Stamp and Print featuring the white-tail deer. In 1986 he was commissioned by the Wyoming Outfitters Association to paint the Teton elk. A suite of paintings of the four North American Wild Sheep are in the permanent collection of the Dallas Museum of Natural History and a painting of eagles entitled “Courtship Flight” is in the permanent collection of Ducks Unlimited National Headquarters.