A signed print from an original oil portrait by artist and U.S. Stamp Designer, Don Adair. The portrait image is 10 x 13 inches, printed on a high quality 14 x 18 inch white stock in an 18 x 22 frame. Each print is personally signed by the artist. The print is matted with a very nice lightweight mahogany color frame with gold style beading around it. Under the glass is a bronze name plate commemorating the Inauguration of President Ronald Reagan the 40th President of the United States. The finely framed piece measures 18 x 22 inches, overall. The print measures 14 x 18. An exceptional item that will look great hanging in your library, den or office or as an addition to a political memorabilia collection.
About The Artist:
Don Adair is a nationally known illustrator and portrait painter who has created a variety of U.S. Stamp Designs to sports art.
As a freelance illustrator, some of Don's credits include: Two U.S. Commemorative postage stamp designs for the U.S. Postal Service, two S.W. Bell Telephone Directory cover paintings, the Official Poster for the 1984 Republican National Convention, a commissioned tri-portrait of George Herbert Walker Bush, President George W. Bush, and Governor Jeb Bush, the book jacket illustration for Chuck Colson1s book, The Body, which was awarded the best book jacket of 1993 by the Christian Booksellers Association, illustrations for Wishbone books, a signed portrait of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, one hundred paintings on the history of America, commissioned by the Postal Commemorative Society, oil portraits of professional baseball and football players for Donruss Playoff LP, commissioned paintings of pro golfers Lee Trevino, Ben Hogan and David Frost, and a series of commissioned paintings of countries that have supported the United States after 9/11, Don particularly enjoys the art of portraiture. He lives in Richardson, Texas with his wife and two sons.