Celebrating the iconic western movie TOMBSTONE, Jerry Crandall has gathered relevant collector items significant to the movie. Jerry himself worked on this film and is in the upper right hand corner photo where he was shot off his terrific movie horse Apache, during which he broke his shoulder!
The notable boots worn by Curly Bill are prominent with their recognizable Aces hand of cards. O.K. Corral sign, along with the faded image of the Tombstone poster, the flat brimmed hat and rumpled famed red sash are reminders of the movie features.
Propped on a leather Wyatt Earp trunk is a small green card case against which is leaning the fabled Buntline Special which was used by Wyatt Earp in the movie.
An amazing tribute to Tombstone the movie, this original oil and acrylic painting measures 34″ X 30″; presented with Jerry’s familiar clear realism and fine rendering.
Selected for the International Guild of Realism On-Line Salon 2019.
Archival Art Paper signed prints available.
With special thanks to Mike Harvey of Cimarron Arms, Peter Sherayko, Jerry Tarrantino.