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James Clymer

Born in Ellensburg, Wash., on Jan. 29, 1907, John Ford Clymer studied at the Vancouver School of Art, the Ontario College of Art, the Wilmington Academy of Art and the Grand Central School of Art. For 40 years, he was a successful commercial artist, illustrating stories for numerous magazines in Canada and the United States. He painted the Post covers between 1942 and 1963. Western artist John Ford Clymer painted nearly 100 covers for the Saturday Evening Post and commanded five-figure prices for his sweeping historic scenes. Clymer devoted himself to painting North American game animals and historic scenes of the American West. He had his first one-man show in 1964 in New York.

Nez Perce

Nez Perce Crossing the Yellowstone

  • Description: “Nez Perce Crossing the Yellowstone” is a limited-edition lithograph hand-signed and individually numbered by the internationally acclaimed and highly respected artist, John Clymer. This work of art is numbered 7/600 and is beautifully framed. The lithograph measures 14” x 29” and is framed to an approximate size of 24.5” x 39” . The artist selected museum quality materials for the exceptionally beautiful wood frame which specially highlights the incredible artwork.
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