$1,175.00 – $8,350.00
This is an edition of 195 regardless of the size you order
Print that is signed and numbered by the artist.
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“The Superstition Mountains, east of Phoenix, are one of my all-time favorite subjects. Home to the Lost Dutchman mine, a legendary vein of gold that has caused the death of more than fifty seekers of gold since the early 1900s. Apache Trail was originally used by Apache Indians to move through the Superstition Mountains.” – Charles Pabst
A piece of art is a timeless and priceless gift one can bestow upon a loved one. And at the Marcus Ashley Gallery, viewers are treated to oeuvres by renowned local, national, and international artists. The gallery is renowned for ensuring the comfort of its guests, who travel from far and wide to peruse the exhibits on display. Everyone who picks up a work of art here does so, assured that they have invested in an heirloom, whether for themselves or a special someone.
Charles Pabst art is one of the gallery’s most sought-after collections. In this piece entitled Apache Trail, a viewer can perfectly understand why. With his signature panoramic landscape rendered in impeccable detail using contrasting palettes, the artist transports viewers into the illustrated setting.
Pabst is passionate about the American gold rush of the olden days as a theme. Apache Trail demonstrates what it must have been like in the days of yore as people traveled the Superstition Mountains, one of his favorite subjects.