Friday, October 2, 2009



D97

Oil on board, 5" x 7"
$125 plus $6 shipping in U.S.
SOLD


Now it's the lady's turn. She posed patiently for me. Much more polite than old wooly bully.

16 comments:

Pierre Raby said...

So beautiful. Love the last one too.
Stunning works Don!

Sheila Vaughan said...

These portraits of these great beasts exude power Don - wonderful, strong, beautiful statements.

Don Gray said...

I thank you, Pierre!

Don Gray said...

Much appreciated, Sheila--glad they "speak" to you.

Ann-Marie Stillion said...

Oh how the ladies love their jewelry. Even the bovine version cannot be without.

Always amazing Mr. Gray.

Don Gray said...

So true, Ann-Marie :^)

Thanks for the comment--love your new site.

RT said...

That`s a good one! What dignity!

Don Gray said...

Randall, thanks a lot! I sure do appreciate your evocative paintings.

Roxanne Steed said...

These are amazing faces! incredible strength here!

Candy Barr said...

Fantastic portrait with what looks like a bit of the GRAND CANYON in background.. Monumental all around Don!

catzilla said...

You've captured this powerful and magnificent creature so beautifully Don. I feel I could reach out and feel the warmth of the sun on that magnificent coat!

Don Gray said...

Hi Roxanne--thank you--good to hear from you.

Don Gray said...

The Grand Canyon? Oh my gosh, I never would have thought of that, but now that you mention it, it does! :^) Thanks, Candy.

Don Gray said...

Thank you, Catzilla!

Dean Grey said...

Don!

"Angus Bull" was much more masculine in appearance and colors compared with this lovely lady who is much softer, although just as rich, in color.

Almost reminds me of a beautiful sunset!

Great amount of detail here for such a small painting.

I'm starting to feel bad about eating meat after seeing this newest series from you!

Yes, they're that good!

-Dean

Don Gray said...

Hi Dean,
Thanks a lot--you always have interesting, perceptive comments, which I appreciate.