Hereford Prints

“The Hereford Ox”

11″ x 14″ Print — $30 each
“The Hereford Ox”

“Out at Tie Outs”
Limited-Edition

10″ x 20″ Print — $140 each
“Out at Tie Outs” by Heidi Anderson

Print number requested (2-99):

12″ x 36″ Print — $225 each
“Out at Tie Outs” by Heidi Anderson

Print number requested (2-99):

“Anxiety 4”

11″ x 14″ Print — $30 each
“Anxiety 4” by Herman de Jori

“Silver”

11″ x 14″ Print — $30 each
“Silver” by Herman de Jori

Buy Both and Save $10

Two 11″ x 14″ Prints — $50 per set
“Anxiety 4” & “Silver” by Herman de Jori

Hereford Prints

Show your support of Hereford youth and purchase one of the beautiful prints being offered by the Hereford Youth Foundation of America (HYFA).

The Hereford Ox, 1840

The Hereford Ox, 1840 original canvas painting is on display at the American Hereford Association. In an effort to preserve the authentic artwork, canvas prints have been made through a special Giclee process and are being made available to you. Ten canvas prints were auctioned during the “Growing a Lasting Legacy” event Nov. 1, 2013. HYFA is now offering 11×14 prints.

Out at Tie Outs

Heidi Anderson of Legacy Livestock captured this scene from the 2013 Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) in Kansas City. Out at Tie Outs is taken from the viaduct, next to the tracks in the historic Kansas City West Bottoms. A 12×36 inch art mounted print No. 1 was auctioned off during the “Growing a Lasting Legacy” event Nov. 1, 2013. HYFA will offer a limited 100 prints of the Out at Tie Outs and profits will go toward the Hereford Legacy Campaign to fund future JNHEs. Buyers can chose the next number available or request a certain number. If your number is not available you will be contacted to chose another option.

Anxiety 4 & Silver

The original Anxiety 4 and Silver oil-on-canvas paintings currently grace the walls of the American Hereford Association (AHA) and, in an effort to preserve the authentic artwork, limited-edition canvas prints were made and sold at “The Harvest” event.

The Giclee prints generated close to $25,000, and now HYFA is offering 11×14 prints of the historic bull and female. The prints can be purchased as a set or individually. The set is $50 or each individual print is $30.

The Anxiety 4 bull is credited as the father of American Herefords and was imported in the early 1800s by Charles Gudgell and Thomas A. Simpson of Missouri.

The Silver cow is the matron of the breed and was the first registered Hereford cow in England dating back to 1742, when Benjamin Tomkins, the primary founder of the breed, bred a bull calf out of Silver to two cows, Pidgeon and Mottle. The paintings were commissioned by AHA in 1953 by artist Herman de Jori to hang in the halls of the AHA and were painted from early drawings with colors typical of early English prints.