copyright 1995 by Dan Brown

 

Cowboy Boots (order # 07-06)
This art print is from our historical calendar "Signs of Texas." 
 

$15 matted (11" x 14")

$50 framed (14" x 17")

 

Texas cattle drives began in 1866 because longhorn cattle brought $2 a head in Texas, but $40 a head at railheads in Kansas. Trail bosses hired teenage cowboys, who needed a riding boot with a tall heel to keep the foot in the stirrup and a tall top to protect the leg from thorns and snakes.  The boots pictured belonged to my son when he was a teenager.

 

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 Original painting for some prints pictured on this web site are still available. Prices on originals range from $750 to $2500. Phone for more info on originals.

 

 

 

 

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