"Straight Arrow", Giclee on Matte Paper
"Nabisco Shredded Wheat presents Straight Arrow, a thrilling new adventure story from the exciting days of the Old West!"
That's how the radio show opened twice a week.
"Straight Arrow was a Western designed for kids. The show was broadcast between 1948 and 1951. Howard Culver played Steve Adams in the series. Steve was a ranch owner who really was a Comanche Indian named "Straight Arrow". He wore his Indian garb and rode a palomino horse named "Fury" while he fought outlaws."
This Straight Arrow board game was manufactured by Selchow & Righter co. in 1950. Included in the painting is a spinner from the game, a wooden Tomahawk and a feathered headdress.
These prints are reproductions of my paintings. I love to collect vintage games which show a lot of character. Stains, rips and tape showing that the game has been well used attract me more than a game in pristine condition.
Three sizes of Prints available. 17" x 23", 13" x 18", 9" x 12" Image Sizes are Approximate and not exact! In addition, there is a 1/2" white border around the image so the print can be easily matted.
The giclée fine art print process is able to reproduce the detail and essence of the original oil painting but at a more affordable price than an original K Henderson Painting. The images are printed on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper.
They are shipped in a heavy weight 3” mailing tube by Priority USPS. They are not framed and not mounted.