National Parks of Texas
Title: “National Parks of Texas”
- Big Bend National Park
- Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Artist: Robert B. Decker
Size: 13″ x 19″
Paper: “Conservation” 100% recycled, domestically produced
Inks: Soy based
All prints are Signed & Dated
The Artist's signature on these prints attests that he has personally inspected, numbered and approved and signed each print and further verifies that no unsigned copies are known to exist.
The Texas National Park Collection contains original works created, numbered, signed and dated by the artist. The original photographs were taken by Robert B. Decker. The posters are created in the style of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), when the Federal Government -- in the 1930s and 1940s -- commissioned hundreds of artists to create thousands of poster designs for public exhibits, community activities, theatrical productions, health, safety and educational programs, nature and travel. By the end of the WPA era, only 26 National Parks had been established and only 14 parks had posters created for them.
Photographer and graphic artist, Rob Decker, studied photography with Ansel Adams in the summer of 1979 in Yosemite National Park, an experience that solidified his love of photography and our National Parks. Now he is on a journey to photograph and create iconic WPA-style posters of all our major national parks as we look forward to the next 100 years of the National Park Service.
The sole copyright of the original image is retained by the Artist, Robert B. Decker. Any unauthorized reproduction is a violation of international copyright law.
Robert B. Decker - National Park Posters - www.National-Park-Posters.com
Orders containing 6 or fewer posters are shipped out UPS Ground in a 15" mailing tube.
Orders with more than six posters, or orders where UPS 2-Day or 3-Day shipping has been selected are shipped out in a flat mailer.
Orders are typically shipped the same day, or within one business day of purchase.
Customers are provided with a UPS Tracking Number to track their orders.
There are no in-store pick up options at this time.
Mailing tubes and flat mailers are recyclable, and I encourage you to recycle these materials.