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David Maass

Discussion in 'Wildlife Artwork and Crafts' started by Dark Man, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. Dark Man

    Dark Man Well-Known Member

    Is anyone familiar with this artist? I picked up this clock from him a few years back when he was in Wisconsin at a DU event,even signed it for me.Also grabbed a couple lithos.Cleaning out the house and I was just getting rid of some stuff not sure if I should hold onto them or not. 94C254F2-B145-4B36-B5AE-45FCC940B430.jpeg 2FDF2323-53B0-4E52-90D8-098FCD8BB731.jpeg 22855053-B3E9-4633-B197-BB56F2B0BC63.jpeg 9C56B3FD-6997-4EE1-9FB1-F230A35BC135.jpeg
     
  2. vic h

    vic h Active Member

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    I can't tell on the photo...... are the prints signed and numbered by Mass? I have a signed and numbered print of his and I remember awhile back I looked it up and it is worth keeping. Just google " David Maass artist" and you should be able to find some info.
     
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  3. David was the winning artist twice for the Federal duck Stamp. I believe it was in the mid-seventies and again in the eighties. I would definitely not get rid of them.
     
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  4. byrdman

    byrdman Well-Known Member

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    pretty big in Mn
     
  5. Clew

    Clew Help a child, Build our future

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    Dang good wildlife artist
    We had on of his original paintings at the plant several years ago
    Sold it to wild wings for $21k
     
  6. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    Was his wife the sheriff in "Fargo"?
     
  7. Clew

    Clew Help a child, Build our future

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    Not sure
     
  8. Gray Ghost Safaris

    Gray Ghost Safaris Hunting Consultant

    Frances McDormand played Sheriff Marge Gunderson in the movie "Fargo." David Maass is a world class and famous waterfowl artist. Some of his paintings are amazing works of passion. Check out "Pintails at the Sutter Buttes"
     
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