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Not -- -- here FOX & Friends into the beautiful trees in the background and wanted to -- home who does that.
We'll see family -- those fantastic partner Steve good to have you back.
But I'd rather it be all right so -- -- July with a -- choose to pay these particular ones right here when we look at is this -- crossing.
This is a -- Oh -- Washington crossing Delaware's so it's a really zoomed in picture of Washington -- -- behind them stand in the boat here right.
Crossing the Delaware Delaware River and that for me there's no better time -- the fourth of July.
Two -- -- what do you file work.
And using icons that are -- to remind.
Americans especially young Americans.
Why were so -- -- -- in the country within the sacrifices that have been nice to know what makes America different than ever every other country in the world.
And back in the 1990s we started try to do these types of paintings why did you why -- you moved by this subject matter than other things could have been painting landscapes or other things why.
Well I was always -- shouldn't history in college is only class that showed up for it and other than north and that really -- The main reason I started doing and so much is because -- -- They're really well and I thought on -- over the line.
Yeah yeah starving -- -- -- -- artist here and make you feel good that having patriotic which sells a really was tell people.
I don't think it was a that I was a great of an artists -- really think that.
People are starving for the -- icons -- -- reminders of the greatness of America and there's not that much of -- out there that.
Isn't completely cheesy but -- how about two great Americans behind -- walk down there you've got that able to get a George Washington.
We're going to take you to pay -- Well it did these nonetheless -- -- -- but we did hit a commercial costs they've got it now takes a long time it takes.
Hundreds of years and -- here government that does now they're fairly quick -- but you know I spent too much time on him.
They wouldn't have the same -- because you know we -- -- these big brush strokes.
Visually estimates hundreds and that again just like them pop -- of the sixties and -- and his familiar icons of Andy's always appreciate icons that.
To bring people in new way of you viewing these subjects of America history.
And again I'm trying to remind people of what makes America great and to see these -- -- may be still in.
All of us can subjects and Seaman and he lives -- given the new energy in -- -- -- someone wants to buy one of these put it in their home where they go Steve -- dot com stapling dog EE NL VY dot com and in fact did the First Lady.
Was cut was lucky enough to receive when -- Portland now.
She was so lucky to get portrait and I hopefully she won't Google me and -- -- read background research and there will be -- RS showing government or stuff like I also who as close -- you which artist.
-- world course and -- -- that.
Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns and all those guys from that era as a Jasper Johns -- their provider that my son while really handed all these things -- -- -- -- and not just going to help us now.
He's eleven and -- -- my number right.
Of course yeah but I mean attended an all -- -- did a good item itself could see if I see guys thanks so what state apparently dot com if you -- order one for yourself thank.
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