Photo print, 22 3/4" by 19 1/8" inside the mat (31" by 27" as framed), pencil signed at lower right by the noted artist of the American West JOE BEELER (1931-2006), and numbered at lower left 58/300. The subject is a monument to the American West: a cowboy on his horse, a butte in the background as he pursues stray cattle with his lasso on a spring or late winter day. This is a clean print and is ready for the wall. Not knowing the print's colors, I feel it possible there might be a touch of sun fading to the colors in this example. The frame has some digging to the wood at lower left corner, otherwise is in excellent condition. Beeler's original paintings, drawings and bronzes appear at auction; there are records to $50,000. Works are handled by the largest, most important western American galleries. Beeler was a founding member of the CAA (Cowboy Artists of America), and a pioneer in contemporary western American art. The CAA gave him its Lifetime Achievement Award. Beeler passed away in 2006. Allow for reflections in some images.