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G. Harvey

Artist G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend. So the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright.


Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduation cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career.

Two years as a "struggling artist" followed, but 1965 brought acclaim for the artist's first prestigious show, The Grand National exhibition in New York, and the American Artists' Professional League presented him with their New Master's Award. President Lyndon Johnson discovered his fellow Texan's talent, became a Harvey collector and introduced John Connally to the artist's work. Connally was enthusiastic about Harvey's art and, on one occasion, he presented a G. Harvey original to each governor of Mexico's four northern states.

Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint "The Smithsonian Dream" commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Through his art, our history lives.

Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg.

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Horses for the Confederacy by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed & Numbered by Artist
Public Edition [1950]

Image Size: 19" x 25.5"
Overall Size: 19.5" x 26"
$495.00

Jeb Stuart's Return by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed & Numbered by Artist
Public Edition [1800]

Image Size: 20" x 28"
$600.00

Siege of the South by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed and Numbered by the Artist
Release Date: 01-01-1992
Edition Size: 12,500
Image Size: 18" x 24”
$0.00

Thoughts of Home by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed and Numbered by the Artist
Edition Size: 1950
Image Size: 19.5" x 29.5"
Release Date: 09-01-1990
$250.00

Jacksons Winter Campaign by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed & Numbered by Artist
Public Edition [2500]

Print Size: 19.5" x 27"
$1,200.00

Moment of Glory by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed and Numbered by the Artist
Public Edition [12,500]

Image Size: 18" x 27"
$280.00

Picket's Report by G. Harvey

Limited Edition Print
Signed and Numbered by the Artist
Edition Size: 1800
Release Date: 02-01-1990
Image Size: 20" x 28"
$700.00