“Frank Reaugh was the most improbable of artists, a European-trained Impressionist whose entire oeuvre was devoted to Longhorn cattle and the West Texas landscape.” –Ron Tyler, “Foreword”
Enjoy a deeper look into Reaugh’s work with Windows on the West: The Art of Frank Reaugh, the companion publication edited by Ransom Center Curator of Art Peter F. Mears. This hard-back publication features in-depth essays from four contributors and more than 100 images that exemplify Frank Reaugh’s life’s work.
Hardcover, 11” x 9.5”, 178 pages, $35
Whether you just discovered Reaugh or are a long-time devotee, share your enthusiasm with Reaugh panoramic postcards or the notecard set. Postcards illustrate Reaugh’s hand-made pastels (which he also sold), “The Coming Herd-Morning” from his Twenty-Four Hours with the Herd series, and a vista of Margaret’s Peak in West Texas.
8” x 4.25” postcards, $1
In the 1930s, Frank Reaugh created Twenty-Four Hours with the Herd, a series of seven panoramic pastel paintings that portray a day in the life on the plains during the height of the Texas cattle roundups. Reaugh based his series in part on studies he created while accompanying trail drivers in the 1880s. Reaugh’s masterwork is commemorated with a set of notecards.
Seven 5”x7” notecards with envelopes in clear acrylic box, $10
We’ve bundled all of the Reaugh merchandise for maximum savings! “The Complete Reaugh Round-Up” includes: set of seven notecards; three postcards; Windows on the West: the Art of Frank Reaugh; and five Reaugh magnets. $68 $50
“I like to be where the skies are unstained by dust and smoke, where the trees are untrimmed and where the wild flowers grow. I like the brilliant sunlight, and the far distance. I like the opalescent color of the plains.” —Frank Reaugh
Capture your next outdoor adventure in pastel. The Museum Store has sketchbooks and pastels so that you can work en plein air, in the style of Frank Reaugh.