James Loveless Jr.

Chisholm Trail 1867

Oil on Linen, 24 x 30″


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More about Chisholm Trail 1867

In 1867, the Chisholm Trail began to be used in the post-Civil War era to drive cattle from the plains to be distributed throughout the states in Kansas and to the east. Cattle drives like this, were a boom to the sagging southern economy after the Civil War.

Total Dimensions: 32 x 38 x 2″

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James Loveless Jr.

James Loveless Jr.

Loveless has worked as a graphic designer, package designer and illustrator totaling over forty-five years. This year, he was honored to be included in the Oil Painters of America’s national exhibition.

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