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Jerry McAdams (Texas, 20th/21th century) acrylic on canvas, large scale closeup view of cattle, some with yellow tags in their ears. Signed and dated in white, lower right, Jerry McAdams 1995. Framed in 5-inch deep shaped barnwood frame with gilt and linen inner liners. Sight – 36" H x 48" W. Framed – 46 1/2"H x 58" W. American, late 20th century. Biography (courtesy Jerry McAdams Art): Jerry McAdams is a contemporary western artist, well known in the horse and ranching circles. His work has been featured on national magazine covers including The Cattleman, Gulf Coast Cattleman, Americaís Cutter, Ruidoso and NCHA Sale Catalogs, as well as featured in Cowboys & Country, The Western Horseman, The Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and many other publications. CONDITION: Left vertical stretcher warped and has caused left side of canvas to buckle and pull away from frame.