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Foundation offers new item for art collectors

     The American Angus Association is home to the world's largest collection of contemporary beef cattle art. Devoted to a single breed of cattle, Angus, the paintings and drawings date from 1951 and record more than a half-century of Angus history and evolution of beef cattle type.

     To honor this collection and the people that created it the Angus Foundation has recently published a book featuring nearly every piece of artwork commissioned and owned by the American Angus Association. The book is titled Angus Art At The American Angus Association and was written by Keith Evans, former director of communications and public relations for the Association. The book features the work of Frank Champion Murphy, a Chicago, Ill., freelance artist, who produced the majority of the collection.
This four-color, 70-page book documents the history of the Angus art collection and how it was developed through the years. A biographical profile of Murphy is included, as well as the details of the pieces he created for the Association and how they were used to promote the Angus breed.
  The book was released and available to purchase at the Association's Annual Meeting, November 15-18, in Louisville, Ky., in conjunction with the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). Starting November 20 the book will be available for order. The book sells for $20, with a $5 shipping fee.

For more information call (816) 383-5103 and ask for the Angus Foundation or e-mail jfisher@angus.org.

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