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Fine Western Historical Art by Jerry Crandall;
a passionate collector, an intense historian and a talented artist — an electrifying union producing thrilling, rich expressions of history.

Listed in Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in the West, 5000 Personalities of the World
Featured in Who's Who in Contemporary Western Artists and the International Who's Who of Contemporary Achievement
Participated in art shows since 1974; numerous commissions and several galleries over the years.
Art is found in important museums and collections worldwide including: Smithsonian Institute; Favell Museum of Western Art; U.S. Naval Aviation Museum Pensacola, FL; USAF Museum Dayton, Ohio; Military Museum of Moscow and Monino Aviation Museum, Russia and Italian Aviation Museum, Italy
Numerous celebrity portrait commissions including Charlton Heston and Robert Conrad
Many television appearances including Pat Sajak Show, Mike Douglas Show, the History Channel and A & E Programs
Served as Technical Advisor for western movies ~ Centennial 26 hour mini-series for TV, The Mountain Men and Tombstone among others
Historical re-enactor since 1960:
16 Civil War Official Centennial re-enactments
1976 Battle of the Little Big Horn Centennial re-ride as General G.A. Custer
Dozens of American Mountain men period encampments
Participated in the Wild West Show in 1984 for the U.S. Olympic Shooting Contestants
Artwork has been in print since 1977 with many sold out editions
Featured in Art and History magazines:
Southwest Art Magazine, twice
Man at Arms
Guns and Ammo
American Society of Aviation Artists
Western Art Collector Magazine
True West Magazine
Distinctly Montana
Various Air Classics magazines including Challenge Aviation Special Series
Has authored seven books dealing with WWII aircraft
Is working on historic legacy commission of portraits featuring Native American Chiefs who participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn

" A technically well executed piece that tells a story and is historically accurate is my goal for each painting. " Jerry Crandall

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