Texas Longhorn in The Meadow

Texas longhorn painting
Texas Longhorn in The Meadow painting by Teresa Bernard © Copyright 2013 – Present


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Details & Description

Title: Texas Longhorn in The Meadow
Size: 20" w x 16" h
Canvas Type: Gallery Wrap Stretched Canvas
Frame: Unframed; Ready to Hang
Signed: On the front 
COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity 
Series: Part of the Life in Texas Series

This original one-of-a-kind painting depicts a beautiful Texas Longhorn. The artwork is large and would look great on the wall of any room.

A depiction of the Texas Longhorn, a common ranch animal in the Lone Star State. In the foreground, a lone longhorn is relaxing in a lush green grass meadow. There is a dense line of trees and a blue sky overhead in the background. The Longhorn is a Texas icon, and this piece is a great way to honor the history and tradition of the Lone Star State. This piece would make a great addition to any rustic, rural, or western-themed room. The painting is signed in the lower left by Texas artist Teresa Bernard.

The artwork, Texas Longhorn in The Meadow, was professionally hand-painted on a gallery wrap stretched canvas. The artist has paid special attention to extending the composition all the way around the edges of the canvas. When a painting’s composition is on this kind of canvas, a frame is not necessary for exhibition; but, if you wish to have it framed, it will look fabulous either way. With the purchase of this artwork, you will receive a personalized Certificate of Authenticity (COA).

The actual canvas art does not have the copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com.

Read more about the Life in Texas Series here.

Artist Comments

The Texas Longhorn is a common breed of registered cattle in Texas. They get their name from the breed’s characteristic longhorns. Some sets of horns on these massive bovines can reach a span of 7 feet from tip to tip. You have to see one of these magnificent animals in person to appreciate those vast horns. I live in East Texas, and there are several longhorn ranches near our small homestead. I love driving past those places and seeing the longhorns grazing and resting in their pastures. They were the inspiration behind this painting of a Texas Longhorn sitting in a meadow.

—Teresa Bernard

Some Fun Facts About the Texas Longhorn

    • The Texas Longhorn is descended from the first cattle brought to America by Christopher Columbus, which bred with native cattle. The breed is made up of around 80 percent Spanish blood and 20 percent “mongrel” heritage.
    • Texas Longhorns come in all colors and patterns, and no two look exactly alike. Their coat pattern can be flamboyant and loud, while others are more subtle in color.
    • Both male and female Longhorns have horns, although they will vary in shape and length according to gender. Longer horns are more desirable. The longer the horns, the more valuable the cow or bull. Calves will begin to grow their horns by three weeks of age.
    • There are Texas Longhorn ranches all over America. Longhorns easily adapt to all temperatures, from hot to cold climates. This breed of cattle can thrive in terrains and climates where other breeds have difficulty living.

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“During the time of the Wild West., Texas Longhorn was already an icon for breeders and cattle ranchers. Merveleuse peinture en pastorale et naturalisme.stiles.” — @fredbaniago, MeWe

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