Purchase Framed or Unframed Canvas Art Prints

Giclee Art Reproductions from the 19th & Early 20th Centuries

          Every canvas art reproduction we sell is printed exclusively in our own dedicated print & framing shop located in northern Wisconsin.   After extensive digital processing of images and using  large format,  state-of-the-art printers,  we are able to produce  high resolution canvas art prints of unmatched quality.  And...we custom build all our genuine wood picture frames from scratch.  100% made in the USA!   Make NorthCreek Art your source for high resolution, reproduction prints of great art from the past.  
          Mostly nature and wilderness themed,  we offer works from artists  such as  John J. Audubon, S.F. Denton,  Edwin Lanseer,  Winslow Homer,  Federic Remington,  Carl Friedrich Deiker,  Arthur Fitzwilliam Tate,  Achibald Thorburn,  Philip Goodwin,  George Stubbs, Carl Rungius, Christian Kroner & more.


Featured Artists:

John J. Audubon:  (1785—1851)  We have a great collection  of digitally enhanced art prints from Audubon’s  ‘Birds of America’ which were originally produced from 1827 to 1838.  Now, nearly 200 years later, we can make these exceptional works of art available as framed or unframed canvas prints to enjoy in your own home.  We also offer art print reproductions from Audubon’s  ‘The Viviparous Quadrupeds Of North America’ (1845-48) which depict animals of North America.  They are considered to be among the finest wildlife prints ever published.

S. F. Denton:  (1856 - 1937) Between 1895 and 1907,  Denton illustrated a series of game fish for the State of New York Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission.  Commonly referred to as the ‘Denton Fish Prints’, these detailed drawings were originally reproduced in vividly colored chromolithographs and had the uncanny appearance of live fish.  We are proud to offer these high resolution canvas art print reproductions.  They are printed with an antique parchment paper background and can be purchased as a print or mounted in a custom made wooden picture frame.

Edwin  Lanseer:  (1802 - 1873)  An accomplished painter and sculptor,  Lanseer is famous for his many paintings of animals including dogs, horses and stags.  One of his best known paintings,  ‘The Monarch of the Glen’ is available as a canvas print in several different sizes, framed or unframed.

Winslow  Homer:  (1836 - 1910)  Best known for marine subjects,  Homer was an renowned American landscape artist.  He was one of the finest painters of 19th century America and holds an important place in American art.

Frederic  Remington: (1861 - 1909)  Born at the beginning of the Civil War, Remington spent much of his childhood fishing, hunting and enjoying the outdoors.  He married Eva Caten in 1884 and after trying out a life on the frontier, moved to Brooklyn, NY where he worked for Harper’s Weekly .  His work as an artist began in earnest at this time.  His subject matter tended to be the American West and included horses, military and especially cowboys.  He died suddenly in 1909 at the peak of his career.  He left a legacy of great art depicting the rugged life in the Western U.S. 

Carl Friedrich Deiker:   (1836-1932) Best know as an animal painter, his subjects were mainly animals of Germany.  He often depicted battles between deer and other scenes of survival in the wild.  Other subjects consisted of hawks, foxes, hares and other wildlife.

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tate:  (1819 – 1905)  Tait was born near Liverpool, England.  Beginning at around the age of 12, he taught himself to paint reproducing lithographs.  He was introduced to the Americas during a George Catlin exhibition in Paris during the around of the 1845.  In 1850, he moved to the United States where he began painting in the Adirondacks.  In 1858, he gained a full membership in the National Academy of Design in New York.  His later works depicted wild and domesticated birds, deer and sheep.   We offer several of his works as canvas art prints, framed or unframed.

Archibald Thorburn:  (1860-1935)  A Scottish artist who specialized in painting of birds.  He was Vice-President of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.  Thornburn was commissioned in 1887 to paint 268 watercolors for Lord Lilford’s Coloured Figures of the Birds of the British Isles. He produced  a number of works which included The Natural History of British Feeding Ducks;  British Game Birds and British Diving Ducks.

Philip Goodwin:  (1881 - 1935) An American artist, Goodwin painted and illustrated scenes of wildlife and the American West. In the 1920’s & 30’s, he created cover art for several magazines including Outdoor Life Magazine.  Well known for illustrating Jack London’s ‘Call of the Wild’,  he also designed the well known Horse & Rider Trademark for the Winchester Arms Co. 

George Stubbs:  (1724 - 1806) Stubbs was a self taught, English painter and is well known for paintings of horses.  ‘Whistle Jacket’, his best known painting, resides at the National Gallery in London.  We offer reproduction prints of this famous artwork in various sizes.

Carl Rungius:  (1869 – 1959) Born in Germany, he eventually came to reside in the United States where he became an important big game painter and wildlife artist. 

Johann Christian Kröner:  (1838—1911)  A German painter who painted forest landscapes depicting wildlife.