After the Centennial Parade

About "After the Centennial Parade"

Texas celebrated it’s 100th year of independence from Mexico in 1936. A huge parade in Austin took place down Congress Avenue. The streets were lined with adoring fans. The Governors carriage makes its way home while the street cars begin their evening runs. This painting hung the Texas State Capitol for many years and is part of the artists private collection.

Dimensions: 24 x 30

This Composition is available for purchase and has prints available.

Please contact Jack Terry Fine Arts (830) 998-7747 if you're interested in purchasing this piece or obtaining prints.

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