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Doug  Prine

With a great deal of attention paid to authenticity Doug Prine's paintings of the west from early mountain men and natives to the modern cowboys and cowgirls tell in a way his life story. Prine's first hand experiences with different facets of frontier life attribute greatly to his work. He has worked as a cowhand, actor, historical re-enactor and rodeo performer. he served one year in Vietnam as a combat artist with the 199th Light Infantry.

After his time in the Army he attended Kansas City Art Institute for a short period of time. He then worked as an illustrator for the government. He left in October 1975 to devote full time to his art. A recipient of many prestigious awards, his work hangs in private collections in almost every state and numerous foreign countries.


You can reach Doug at the following: 1306 C.R. 404, Nemo, TX 76070 or or by phone at 817-760-1532

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