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Cover Art–06/01/07


Gilded Age With Rush Crawford At Blue Ridge Farm

Wallace W. Nall (1923-2003) was a California native who was involved with horses for most of his life.
After service in the Army’s First Cavalry during WWII, he studied at the College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, Calif.

In addition to judging and showing, he founded the Los Altos Hunt in Woodside, Calif., and served as its first master.
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Gilded Age With Rush Crawford At Blue Ridge Farm

Wallace W. Nall (1923-2003) was a California native who was involved with horses for most of his life.
After service in the Army’s First Cavalry during WWII, he studied at the College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, Calif.

In addition to judging and showing, he founded the Los Altos Hunt in Woodside, Calif., and served as its first master.

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In later years he lived in New Jersey, riding to hounds there. In the early 1970s he moved to Middleburg, Va., where he painted commissioned portraits of dogs, horses, racing, foxhunting, steeplechasing and other
subjects in the field sports. His work has regularly appeared on the Chronicle cover since the early 1970s.
 
This week’s cover, Gilded Age With Rush Crawford At Blue Ridge Farm, is an oil on canvas dated 1982.

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