Archive for December, 2015

Hopalong Cassidy Giclee Print

December 17, 2015
Hopalong Cassidy by K Henderson
Hopalong Cassidy, Giclee Print on Matte Paper, 15″ x 23″

This vintage game has a copyright date of 1950 from Milton Bradley. The vintage cap gun is a Pony Boy.

Hopalong Cassidy was the hero of 28 western novels, 66 movies and 52 episode for Television. Every movie and TV showed starred William Boyd. His popularity was astounding. He received 15 thousand fan letters a week.

This game, badge and gun are from my ever growing personal collection of vintage toys.

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Space Pilot

December 7, 2015

Space Pilot by K Henderson

Space Pilot, 11.5 x 23, Giclee print on matte paper

This game was manufactured in 1951 by Cadaco. Don’t you love the bright graphics? The object of the game is to win the most money by getting to the planets Mercury through Saturn from Earth and claiming their mineral resources.

This 11.5” x 23” (approximate image area) print is on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper for the price of $125 plus $10 shipping/handling, a total of $135.

You can pay by credit card (through Paypal) or check. If you pay with a credit card, I will ship as soon as the payment posts to my account which usually only takes takes a day or two. The print will be shipped in a heavy weight 3” mailing tube by Priority USPS.

If you prefer to pay with a check please Contact Me.

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Barbie, Queen of the Prom

December 7, 2015
Barbie by K Henderson
Barbie, Queen of the Prom,15 x 23 Print on Matte Paper

All the the Vintage Game Board paintings I’ve been creating recently have been ‘Boy’ games (Cowboys, Indians, Super Heroes). I decided it was time to do a ‘Girl’ game. And what could be more Girly than Barbie, The Famous Teenage Fashion Doll?

My favorite barbie accessory is the Cat-Eye sunglasses. This game includes Boyfriend cards and  Formal cards among others. And what teenage girl could live without her Telephone?

This game has a copyright date of 1960 from Mattel. In this game you are Barbie. You win if you are the first player to be crowned Queen of the Prom. But in order to win you must have a steady boyfriend, a prom dress and be elected president of a school club.

This 15” x 23” (approximate image area)  print is on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper for the price of $145 plus $10 shipping/handling, a total of $155.
You can pay by credit card (through Paypal) or check. If you pay with a credit card, I will ship as soon as the payment posts to my account which usually only takes takes a day or two. The print will be shipped in a heavy weight 3” mailing tube by Priority USPS.

If you prefer to pay with a check please Contact Me.

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Print Now Available – The Making of a Cowboy

December 6, 2015

The Making of a Cowboy by K Henderson

The Making of a Cowboy ,Giclee Print on Matte Paper

This Trompe L’Oeil oil painting is all about our favorite cowboy, Howdy Doody. With his patent, and accessories you can see how to make a cowboy. What cowboy is complete without his badge, handkerchief, garters, boots and plaid shirt? He is shown hanging from a rustic wood panel . Howdy was the first tv character to have a copyright. This painting has been shown in several juried exhibits winning awards each time.

This 23” x 17” (approximate image area)  print is on high-grade Epson Enhanced Matte paper for the price of $175 plus $10 shipping/handling, a total of $185. Other sizes available.What is a Giclee Print? What is a Giclee Print? Giclée (/ʒiːˈkleɪ/ zhee-KLAY or /dʒiːˈkleɪ/) is a neologism coined in 1991 by printmaker Jack Duganne for fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers. The name originally applied to fine art prints created on IRIS printers in a process invented in the late 1980s but has since come to mean any inkjet print

You can pay by credit card (through Paypal) or check. If you pay with a credit card, I will ship as soon as the payment posts to my account which usually only takes takes a day or two. The print will be shipped in a heavy weight 3” mailing tube by Priority USPS.  If you prefer to pay with a check please Contact Me.

If you have problems with the Paypal checkout Contact me

Click HERE to view print sizes,details and to purchase:Prints Available!