An OCG exclusive! This is a beautiful print of the first painting Charlie did of Abraham Lincoln in his historic hometown. Offset printed on heavy, coated archival paper. Print is 18" x 22".
Print is shipped rolled in heavy craft mailing tube.
Pop-artist Charles Houska (pronounced House-ka) has been a working artist for more than 15 years and opened Houska St. Louis in 1998. Born and raised in Springfield, Illinois, Houska earned a bachelor’s degree in art/visual communication from Illinois State University in 1987, and worked as a graphic designer in a design studio in Chicago for over a year. He was pleasantly surprised to find, though, that his own art was enough to support him, so he moved back to Springfield to work as an artist full-time.
Besides his acrylic-on-canvas paintings, Houska paints murals and billboards, and his art has appeared in a variety of forms, from credit cards to shower curtains to an Illinois license plate. Major corporations, including Emerson Electric Co., St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Absolut Vodka, and Bergners Co., have commissioned Houska to create artwork for their specific needs.
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