Jim Gray joins the celebration honoring the 50th Anniversary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with his painting Mountain Laurel. The Park, dedicated in 1934 by President Roosevelt, is made up of thousands of acres on the Tennessee-North Carolina border, which were set aside as a natural preserve. Seven to nine million people visit the park each year making it the most popular national park in this country. Since 1966 Jim has lived in and enjoyed painting the mountains in all seasons. Of all the wildflowers in the park, Mountain Laurel has long been one of Jim's favorites.
Limited Edition Lithograph of 1500 numbered and signed by Jim Gray
Approximate Size: 22 x 16