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"I own two of Bob Wade's 'Cowgirl' pieces. If he makes more, I'll buy those, too. And if you try to beat me to 'em, I'll drop kick you all the way to Dallas. This stuff is bodacious, righteous, enduring art. Just like Texas." --Linda Ellerbee
"I hated those frogs, but my heroes have always been cowgirls." --Willie Nelson
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Capturing the evolution of the romantic era of the cowgirl-from her humble beginnings in ranch life to her trick-riding antics in Hollywood-is the hand-tinted art of internationally recognized painter and sculptor Bob Wade. Cowgirls emerge in pastel beauty from Wade's collection of vintage black-and-white photos. Here are the women who perfected freedom and equality before their time, lassoing the imagination of spellbound audiences in the rodeo stands and movie houses of America and Europe.About the Author:
Bob Wade's art has been commissioned for public and private collections around the world. For more than twenty five years, Wade has experimented with large-scale photography and color enhancement of black-and-white vintage photos. His work is part of the permanent collection of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. Wade is a staff artist for Cowboys and Indians magazine, and lives in Austin, Texas
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