Oil on canvas
63.5" x 72.5"
Signed Schenck 88, lower right
Oil painter, photographer, Western film buff/critic/historian and cowboy, Schenck became a leader in the Contemporary Western (or Southwestern Pop) movement in the early 1970s, known primarily for taking black-and-white stills from Western movies and re-imagining them with brilliant colors.
This painting is indicative of a number of works that Schenck did of his signature Western Pop style that included the infamous Rolls Royce owned by his then dealer Elaine Horwitch and his muse at the time, artist Anne Coe. A serigraph of the same name was created in 1988 in an edition of 84.