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Paintings of Texas

Texas is the second-largest state in the United States, and it is filled with a variety of landscapes that have inspired artists like the Dallas Nine to create incredible, vibrant artworks featuring the people and land of the Southwest. Billowing clouds, long stretches of countryside, colorful valleys, protected natural borderlands, and sweeps of wildflowers inspire artists to depict the lone star state again and again. Western artists like Alexandre Hogue, Jerry Bywaters, Thomas M. Stell, and Erin Hanson have painted everything from the famous Texas longhorn cattle to the wildflowers found in Texas hill country.

Texas is the second-largest state in the United States, and it is filled with a variety of landscapes that have inspired artists like the Dallas Nine to create incredible, vibrant artworks featuring the people and land of the Southwest. Billowing clouds, long stretches of countryside, colorful valleys, protected natural borderlands, and sweeps of wildflowers inspire artists to depict the lone star state again and again. Western artists like Alexandre Hogue, Jerry Bywaters, Thomas M. Stell, and Erin Hanson have painted everything from the famous Texas longhorn cattle to the wildflowers found in Texas hill country.

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