The Texas State Historical Association is proud to present the Exclusive Limited Edition “Blueboonets” giclée canvas print by Robert Wood. This reproduction is published from the artist’s original work and produced in the the same size as the original, measuring 30″ x 24″. Each giclée is made with only the finest museum grade archival inks, canvas, and coatings. This one time run will be limited to only 50 prints! This piece is in the hands of a private collector and is likely to never be offered on the market again. A giclée (pronounced “zhee-CLAY”), is an individually produced, high-resolution, high-fidelity, high-tech reproduction done on a special large format printer. Giclées are produced from digital scans of actual artwork and not from photographed images.Robert William Wood (American, 1889 -?? 1979) – Wildly popular during the mid twentieth century, landscapist Robert William Wood is best remembered for his vibrant paintings of the Texas Hill Country, where he lived during the late 1920s and early 1930s. In San Antonio, he worked with José Arpa y Parea and trained Porfirio Salinas – two other notable bluebonnet painters — and exhibited at the famous Texas Wildflowers Competitive Exhibitions sponsored by the city’s museum. “G. Day” or “Trebor” – “Robert” spelled backwards – are pseudonyms that he frequently signed on paintings from this period. Having moved from his native England to the U.S. in 1910, Wood traveled widely throughout the West, Mexico, and Canada before settling in California in the 1940s.