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The Snow Hunter
SNOW HUNTER
image size 19 3/4" x 23 5/8"
950 s/n
Chief High Pipe
(sepia)
CHIEF HIGH PIPE SEPIA
print size 22 3/4" x 29"
950 s/n
Chance Encounter
print size 24 3/4" x 34"
950 s/n
When Trails Grow Cold
(Prestige Edition) includes an original lithograph 13" x 19"
print size 20 1/2" x 34 1/2"
290 s/n
WHEN TRAILS GROW COLD
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CHANCE ENCOUNTER
Something for the Pot
image size 24 3/4" x 33 3/4"
950 s/n
$1650.00 cdn
SOMETHING FOR THE POT
Carrying Place
print size 24 3/4" x 34"
950 s/n
CARRYING PLACE
We Share the Trails
print size 21 1/4" x 30 1/2"
650 s/n
WE SHARE THE TRAILS
Fireside Companions
image size 14 1/2" x 21"
950 s/n
FIRESIDE COMPANIONS
Paul Calle Limited edition art prints
SOME OTHER PAUL CALLE LIMITED EDITION PRINTS AVAILABLE
A BOUNTIFUL DAY
A NEW DAY
ALMOST HOME
AND A GOOD BOOK
AND A GRIZZLY CLAW NECKLACE
AND STILL MILES TO GO
ANDREW AT FALLS
BEAVER MEN
BRACE FOR THE SPIT
BREATH OF FRIENDSHIP
BOUND FOR RENDEZVOUS
CARING FOR THE HERD
CHEIF JOSEPH - MAN OF PEACE
CHIEF OF THE DAKOTA
CHIEF OF THE ROSEBUD
CHILDREN OF THE WAPITI
DOLL MAKER
EARLY ARRIVALS
EMERGING FROM THE WOODS
END OF A LONG DAY
FAMILY OF THE MOUNTAINS
FREE TRAPPER
FRESH TRACKS
FRIEND OR FOE
When Trails Cross
canvas size 34" x 48"
90 s/n + 20 A.P.s
GICLEE ON CANVAS
WHEN TRAILS CROSS
$1800.00 cdn
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Beyond The Ridge
image size 20 3/4" x 32"
350 s/n + 76 A.P.s
beyond the ridge
Early Snow in the Tetons
CALLE EARLY SNOW IN THE TETONS
image size 22 3/4" x 32"
650 s/n + 76 A.P.s
image size 30" x 40"
180 s/n + 18 A.P.s
   Paul Calle is a master of both the oil painting and the pencil drawing with few contemporary artists having attained greater mastery of the pencil than Calle, for which he earned his title “The Master of the Pencil.”  His drawings - often very large - show incredible control and sensitivity; they have the quality of fine etchings. Calle's oil paintings, finely detailed panoramic landscapes of the majestic West, often take several years to complete.
In 1962, he was chosen by the National Gallery of Art as an official artist for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and in 1969 Calle’s “First Man on the Moon” postage stamp had a run of 150 billion. Calle has made a personal commitment to portray America's past with the same sense of history that guided his hand in depicting our nation's space explorations as an artist for NASA’s Fine Art Program. Calle's artwork is in the permanent collections of numerous prestigious institutions including The National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington, D.C., The National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Department of the Interior. His drawings and paintings have been widely exhibited in the United States as well as in the Soviet Union, Sweden and Poland.
  He still paints in the converted hayloft of a big red barn in Stamford, CT. and is surrounded there by Western gear, garb, and guns that come from the regular sketching and photographing trips he takes.  Paul Calle records the past with his sights set on the future. Calle says, "If I had to state a goal, a hope pertaining to my work, my aim would be to help keep alive that huge reservoir of our past, to draw strength and sustenance from it and build upon it in ways that are new and different, but not to reject it."
  Paul Calle is an artist whose work reflects the dramatic era of America's western heritage as well as the one in which he lives. His portrayal of the West is not as a romantic adventure but as a realistic challenge. His magnificent art portrays the human spirit, paying tribute to the trailblazers - those largely forgotten and unsung heroes, the North American trappers of the early 1800s.  His art celebrates their quiet courage and rugged dignity amid the frontier wilderness.  He paints man in relation to his environment, moments when man pauses, alone, to consider his surroundings.  His painstaking attention to detail involves hours of research, collecting historic artifacts and retracing the footsteps of his subjects, all before committing the scene to pencil on paper or oil on panel.
PAUL CALLE ARTIST
FRONTIER BLACKSMITH
FUR TRAPPER
GENERATIONS IN THE VALLEY
GRANDMOTHER
GREAT MOMENT
GRIZZLY CLAW NECKLACE
HERE ME O GREAT SPIRIT
HUNTER OF GEESE
I CALL HIM FRIEND
IN SEARCH OF BEAVER
IN THE LAND OF THE TETON SIOUX
IN THE VALLEY OF THE GRAND TETONS
IN THE VALLEY OF THE SAN JUAN
INTERRUPTED JOURNEY
JUST OVER THE RIDGE
LANDMARK TREE
MAN OF THE FUR TRADE
MOUNTAIN MAN
MY BROTHER - THE GRIZZLY
NAVAJO MADONNA
NEAR JOURNEYS END
ONE STAR
ONE WITH THE LAND
O' SPIRIT OF THE WOLF
OUT OF THE SILENCE
SHARING WITH FRIENDS
SIOUX CHIEF - SON OF SITTING BULL
SPIRIT OF TATANKA
SPIRIT OF THE EAGLE
STORYTELLER OF THE MOUNTAINS
SUNSET REFLECTIONS
THEY CALL ME MATTHEW
THROUGH THE TALL GRASS
TRAIL BOSS
TRAPPER
TRAPPER AT REST
THE TRAPPERS FEAST
TWO FROM THE FLOCK
VOYAGEURS & WATERFOWL
WHEN TRAPPERS MEET
WHERE EAGLES FLY
WINTER FEAST
WINTER SURPRISE
WITH LANCE AND SHIELD
WITH WAMBLI: MY BROTHER
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$399.00 cdn
Paul Calle Art
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