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Thu, Jul 11, 2024 09:30PM EDT
Lot 367


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Limited edition lithographic print "Chief of the Marshland" on paper by listed artist, Ralph J. McDonald, signed in pencil lower right, dated 1978 & numbered 634/1600. Art measures 21" h x 16" w mounted in a frae measuring 31" x 25". 

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Equally gifted as an artist & sculptor, McDonald has compiled an impressive list of credits appearing in magazines such as Ducks Unlimited, Southern Outdoors & various other conservation publications. He has been commissioned by the governors of Tennessee & South Carolina, Indiana Audubon Society, Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, Knoxville Zoological Park, North Caroline Boys Town & several colleges. He was featured artist at the 1978 National Wildlife Art Show in Kansas City, where he won two "best in show" awards. He has shown in the prestigious waterfowl festival at Easton, Maryland, the Safari International Convention & the exclusive Game Coin Conference in San Antonio. In 1979 an act of the Tennessee General Assembly named him "artist of the year".