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BUFFALO WALLOW

BUFFALO WALLOW

Piece description from the artist

In the iconic 1956 movie, GIANT, a small plot of land is willed to Jett Rink (James Dean), and he names it Little Reatta. "Bick" Benedict, the big ranch owner (Rock Hudson) refers to the plot of land left by his deceased sister as an old BUFFALO WALLOW, and therefore, pretty worthless. A wallow is a place for animals to drink water and roll in the mud. However, Jett Rink strikes oil on that small piece of land and becomes very wealthy. This painting is named for that BUFFALO WALLOW.

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$2,000

Details

Size
40.0" x 40.0"
Medium
Oil

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