Bruce Greene Colors of Courage

A senior citizen cowboy reminisces his earlier military service in the Marine Corps in Bruce Greene's patriotic print COLORS OF COURAGE.

"I was inspired to do this painting shortly after 9-11. My friend Wade Morris modeled for me. Wade was a proud marine years ago. The trunk and uniform once belonged to a member of our family, Tom Carpenter. He was wounded in Vietnam and his trunk was sent back with WIA stamped across it. Tom has since died after years of struggling with complications from his injuries. This painting is my tribute to Tom and Wade and the many others who have served, as well as those who are serving today." --- Bruce Greene

This print is available in an unframed image size of 9"x12".

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