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 R.G. Finney  (late 20th century)

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Lived/Active: Wyoming      Known for: wildlife, western

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Git Along Little Dogie-1993
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Wildlife artist, R.G. Finney began by painting cowboys in the 1980s.

His art career was preceded by a youth spent in Canada until the age of 16 and then he moved with his family to Florida. Finney worked as an electrician for awhile after graduating from high school, before he enlisted in the Army and served as a Green Beret in Vietnam. Finney quit the military after 13 years to return to school. He attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Finney and his wife moved to Embankment, Wyoming, her hometown and there he began to paint full time. After Finney's initial gallery success, he worked to build his own client base. Soon he could cut back to just the spring shows and devoted the rest of the year to painting.

Today, Finney is under contract with Fulson Graphics to produce six major pieces a year for four years. Finney paints, "for my own joy and don't really try to please anybody. I've found that to be a great formula."

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Kristine Ellis, "Blurring the Line, Impressionism or Realism?" Wildlife Art, May/June 2003

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