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A Prayer For Peace





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Anna Of The Celts



During medieval times in the Celtic world, Christianity may have been on the rise but many held onto their beliefs in traditional gods and goddesses. Anna was the figure they looked toward to protect them in battle. She represented loyalty, purity of spirit, and courage of conviction. Battle was often waged by very loyal, bands of knights against marauding invaders, such as the Vikings or Normans. It was believed that those who died valiantly in battle would be escorted by Anna to the next world. A fallen king’s targ (or shield) in hand and claymore (sword) nearby, Anna awaits her new charges.

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Boy From Chengdu





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Celtic King



“In the glint of early dawn, a Celtic King awaits a messenger from the coastal bluffs, bearing what he hopes will be good news,” says Dean. “All people of the shire have been drawn within the castle walls, however, loyal knights are mounted and in ready. A king must be prepared for other possibilities.” Following in the regal footsteps of the recent runaway success with Anna of the Celts, we are pleased to present the perfect companion piece from creator Dean Morrissey. This Celtic King brings a sense pride and dignity to any surrounding.

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Danu Of The Celts



She stands regally, alone in the woods, clad in both chain-mail armor and red robes embellished with gold. The dual nature of her character is evident; she is both sovereign and goddess, mother and warrior, priestess and protectress. She is Danu, the Celtic mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann, a tribe of gods and demi-gods in pre-Christian Ireland. With Danu of the Celts, artist Dean Morrissey continues his successful series of Celtic figures and subjects, which has previously included The Celtic King, Anna of the Celts, The Voyage of the Fianna and The Piper of Tir n’ Og. Dean Morrissey has captured the fierce independent spirit of the Irish people in Danu of the Celts, making it a beautiful gift for anyone with an interest in Irish or Celtic mythology.

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Japanese Apples





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London





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Masai - Longonot Kenya





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Old Man And His Pig





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Pueblo Street Market, 1920S



Z. S. Liang, born in China and raised in a family of artists, was first published at age 6 in a children’s magazine. His art education spanned two continents, beginning at the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing and continuing at the Massachusetts College of Art and Boston University. Liang encountered his first great inspiration in this country while studying and painting the Wampanoag Indians in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He began to focus his painting primarily on Native American cultures and their traditional way of life. Liang's passion for the Indians as a people, coupled with his emphasis on historical accuracy, imbues his portraits of them with strength and truth.



Liang’s inspiration for Pueblo Street Market, 1920s was the Beale Wagon Road across New Mexico and Arizona which was opened to automobile traffic in 1926 and renamed the National Trails Highway Route 66. Entrepreneur Fred Harvey, capitalizing on the newly available roadways, offered “Indian Detours” of the Southwest.One of the most popular packages was a trip in a Packard touring car (or “Harveycar”) into the pueblos, where the tourists could enjoy the landscape and architecture and shop in the markets.The original painting was Liang’s entry in the prestigious, by-invitation-only Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale.

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Rise With Force And Spirit





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Spanish Shawl



JoAnn Peralta’s artwork derives a great deal of its inspiration from a deeply rooted love and respect for her grandmother, Anita Peralta. “I pay tribute to the culture that helped shape my grandmother. Both sides of her parents were Spaniards, one having full Italian heritage. They migrated to Mexico and became a melting pot of cultures prior to relocating to California. I'm capturing moments of cultural experiences as well as the beauty of what helped shape my families, namely my grandmother and ultimately me. After all, I am my grandmother’s granddaughter!” Peralta states with a smile.

“I was inspired to capture this serene moment as this radiant, innocent beauty basks in the glow of a candlelit room preparing for an evening out. As she drapes her shawl over her shoulders she is interrupted by you, the viewer. The element of surprise coupled with youth drew me to this timeless scene.”

Spanish Shawl is JoAnn Peralta’s debut Fine Art Edition release with The Greenwich Workshop. She unveiled the original at the 2012 Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale at the Autry National Center to popular acclaim. This magnificent 31" x 22" Giclée Canvas is limited to an edition of only 45 pieces and certain to be a must-have from this emerging artist. Adorn your walls with the warmth and beauty of this stolen moment captured in fine art.

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The Chieftains



Following in the regal footsteps of the recent runaway successes The Celtic King and Anna of the Celts, we are pleased to present the next Celtic-themed fine art edition from artist Dean Morrissey. In a departure from portraiture, this action-packed scene features a pair of chieftains riding together to fend off their Viking enemies. It is set in the Dark Ages (circa 875 AD) when 250 Celtic kingdoms, each ruled by their own chieftain, extended from Ireland into Scotland and southern England. After years of being raided by the Vikings, the chieftains realized they were easy prey on their own but by joining forces in fighting their foe they would have a better chance. The chieftains were so successful in their combined efforts that the advance of the Viking hoards was halted and their expulsion from the Celtic kingdoms began.

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West Lake Hangzhou City





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Wildflower Suite





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Xian Temple





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