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Golden tones surround this weary cowboy as he heads out for another day on the range. The colors bring this image to life, reminding us that no matter what hardships we face, God will be with us to help us overcome. Hang this striking cowboy in your home and take strength fr... Read More

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Mounted Canvas Print
Item # 1321496

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Golden tones surround this weary cowboy as he heads out for another day on the range. The colors bring this image to life, reminding us that no matter what hardships we face, God will be with us to help us overcome. Hang this striking cowboy in your home and take strength from his message every day.

Text Reads:

"The Lord will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore." - Psalm 121:8

The mounted canvas print is one of the most popular items in the P. Graham Dunn collection, and has the appearance of stretched canvas. The back of the print is hollowed out to reduce the weight hanging from the wall, and a built in easel means you can set this print out anywhere.

Care: Clean with a damp cloth and wipe dry. This item is not intended for outdoor use and exposure to water may cause irreversible damage.

Product Details:
Dimensions: 12"(W) x 16"(H) x 3/4"(D)
  • Product type: Default
  • Format: Mounted Canvas Print
  • Release Date: Oct 13, 2010
  • UPC: 656200092194
  • Height: 16
  • Width: 12
  • Length: 0

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