Peggy Byars

Idealized Forest Hunting Scene, 20th Century



Oil on Canvas


Landscape painting of a forest with hunters and their dog. The work is signed by the artist in the bottom corner. The canvas is framed in a gold frame with a black trim.

Artist Biography

Texas artist, Peggy Byars, has been a professional artist since 1976. She feels that a work of art should involve the total person. One should sense the smells, feel the warmth of the sun, enjoy the fresh air and cold water hear the wildlife. Peggy's illumination technique, or glow, is the trademark of all her work, giving her paintings a refreshing aliveness and sense of being there. Ms. Byars has studied with Cowboy Artists of America Museum in Kerrville: Harvey Johnson, Melvin Warren, Gary Carter, James Boren and Ken Riley. Add to the list, the Texas School of Fine Arts: Charles Normann, Francis Woodworth; J.U. Salvant's School of Fine Arts - Victor Armstrong, and the Texas Landscape Workshop - Bob Wygant. She has also studied under one of her favorite artists Paul Strisik, A.N.A, A.W.S., N.A.W.A., in Scottsdale, Arizona.


H 31 in. x W 37 in. x D 2 in.

Dimensions without Frame

H 24 in x W 30.25 in. x D 1 in.
Idealized Forest Hunting Scene, 20th Century