Newell Convers Wyeth (1882 – 1945) was one of America’s premier illustrators, and his early trips to the frontier helped build the image of America’s “Wild West.” This print of “The Hunter” c.1906 was from an original oil on canvas used as a cover illustration for McClure’s Magazine. We’ve presented the print in a natural walnut toned wood moulding from Studio, matting from Decor and TruVue anti reflective “UltraVue” glass.