St. Louis, MO

As a child Larry was introduced to St. Louis via a small wooden radio on his grandfather’s back porch. On those warm summer nights they would tune the bright yellow dial into KMOX and hear the far-away mystical sounds of Sportsman’s Park with Harry Caray and Jack Buck at the mic, “Musial steps to the plate…. Here’s the wind and the pitch. A high fly toward the Pavilion roof! It might be! It could be! It is! A home run! Holy Cow!”

Larry was hooked and has stayed that way. He simply loves St. Louis. Goes there at every summer opportunity. From the stadiums and his Cardinal heroes, the historic landmarks, unique neighborhoods and the great entertainment he savors every moment during a visit. It doesn’t hurt that Anheuser Busch makes a little beer there, too.

It is all here in Larry’s art print – The Gateway to the West – St. Louis. May God Bless Stan Musial.

$45 Unframed

Plus $9.50 shipping and handling
(via Priority Mail, typically within 24 hours of ordering)

28″ x 12″
Signed by the artist

We were counting on a great print when we commissioned you to create St. Louis for our company but you more than exceeded all expectations. We could not be more pleased. It is a resounding success!

Edward Hesterlee

Director of International Trade Relations

Featured Landmarks found in this print:

Ted Drewe’s Frozen Custard on Rt. 66 — The Gateway Arch — Scotttrade Center (former Savvis Center) — Old Cathedral on the Riverfront — Anheuser Busch Brewery — The Hill — Soulard Farmer’s Market — Missouri History Museum — The Spirit of St. Louis — Mississippi River Barge — St. Louis University — St. Louis Zoo – America’s Center — Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis — The Painted Ladies of Lafayette Square — Washington University — Old Busch Stadium — New Busch Stadium — The Jewel Box — Forest Park — St. Louis Art Museum — Union Station — St. Louis Science Center — Fox Theater — Lewis and Clark Keelboat — Stan Musial Statue — Blueberry Hill (Is that Chuck out front?) — Mississippi River steamboat — The Old Admiral Steamboat — Laclede’s Landing — Old Courthouse — Edward Jones Dome