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“Coming into Rainy Pass" by Charles Gause (1989) 1990 Iditarod - $1,950

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“Coming into Rainy Pass" by Charles Gause (1989) Issue Date 1990 Iditarod

Magnificent signed, and numbered (#414/1049) Limited Edition print

Print measures 39.5” wide X 15.5” tall
wrapped in plastic in cardboard folio

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1925_serum_run_to_Nome

Signed by 7 great women mushers of the
1990 Iditarod Sled Dog Race
Dee Dee Jonrowe
Susan Butcher
Roxy Wright
Natalie Norris
Libby Riddles
Mary Shields
Kathy Swenson
and Charles Gause

One to fall in love with!
This print is hand signed by 7 of the lady mushers and by Charles Gause.

DeeDee Jonrowe holds the fastest time ever recorded by a woman. 3 time runner upon the ITSDR.

Susan Butcher,the second woman to win the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in 1986, the second four-time winner in 1990, and the first to win four out of five sequential years.

Roxy Wright, In addition to being the only woman to win the Fur Rondy, She is also now the oldest musher to win the race; Roxy Wright is also the first woman to win the Open North American Championship in Fairbanks.

Natalie Norris, She was one of the earliest competitors of the Fur Rondy race in Anchorage,” Decades later, in the 1970s, Natlie won the Women’s Open North American.

Libby Riddles, the first woman to win the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Kathy Swenson, Alaskan musher and wife of 5 time Iditarod winner Rick Swenson.

“Charles Gause is an American Artist known for his Alaskan scenes and wildlife. One of the most striking characteristics of the art of Charles Gause is the strong narrative element, the sense it creates of a story which expands beyond the frame. Viewers think about what brought the figures in a scene, whether animal or human, to that spot and they reflect on what will happen next. The artwork of Charles Gause has been collected worldwide and his original paintings are sought after for permanent collections.”

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