Black Steer


Giclée on elegantly textured canvas featuring soft-matte surface with a bright white point.
Available in 8″ x 12″ or 20″ x 30″
Your artwork is professionally mounted with mirror (cloned) edges on 1.5″ stretcher bars and treated with a nonyellowing, UV resistant finish for added protection, durability, and print life.

Museum-quality art you can live with and love!
Archival. Elegantly finished. Ready to hang.

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The Texas Steer is is a young neutered male animal raised primarily for beef. The steer is unlike a bull, a mature male used for breeding or a cow, a female animal that has had at least one calf. Steers are less aggressive than bulls.

Filmed in 1927, A Texas Steer was a silent film about a Congressman from Red Dog, Texas moves to Washington, D.C. to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. His story was a cinematic adaptation from a play by Charles H. Hoyt.

Cheri Lomonte finds hidden treasures in the hills of Texas. This steer is reminder of what Texas has to offer. The richness of land and cattle for miles and miles.

Copyright © 2018 by Cheri Lomonte.

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Dimensions 20 × 1.5 × 30 in


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