Winfield Galleries







Winfield Galleries

Winfield Galleries

St. Louis, MO


Vintage Winchester Artwork Collection Reproductions

Searching for that unique finishing touch to decorate your home, office or club?

Your hunt is over.

Now you can own fine art reproductions of some of the most incredible vintage wildlife and sportsman\'s artwork ever created from the "Winchester" collection - a name synonymous with our country's rich shooting sports heritage.

Reproduced under exclusive license, each image from the Winchester collection have been digitally restored to their original brilliance and are faithfully reproduced in a variety of sizes and fine art media.

Own the artwork that captures the powerful imagery and grandeur from the "Golden Age" of the American outdoor experience.

Few Things To Keep In Mind About Winfield Galleries Prints & The Winchester Artwork Collection Images

They aren't making this stuff anymore!

Most of the artwork in this collection was created between the late 1890's and 1950. Many, if not all of the artists who created these images, are long gone.

This artwork was created before photography was the common medium for visualizing advertising and promotional materials. They were also painted decades before the use of image retouching or Photoshop special effects were available to help create the finished piece or attain a desired effect.

With this in mind, the artists were challenged by Winchester to create more than just "advertising art" - they were tasked with telling a story in one image. They had to create drama, conflict, and excitement. They had to draw the viewer into the image.

And they did this through the use of vivid color, incredible detail - and an understanding of the terrain, the game and the sport.

This is not "hotel" art.

Unlike the current trend in generic, "me too" hunting art where another monster buck is jumping over a fence or a boss turkey is strutting into a clearing, the artwork in the Winchester collection represent a groundbreaking and truly original approach to "sporting art." In fact, this category of pre-1950 artwork is often referred to as the "golden age" of sporting artwork.

The images are, literally, the "crown jewels" of the American shooting sports artwork movement.

These artists were the best of the best.

Look through the offerings in each gallery and note the names of the artists. Dozens of different artists and styles are represented in the Winchester collection. In fact, after their "starving commercial artist" period, many of these folks went on to become quite famous American artists: Phillip R. Goodwin, N.C. Wyeth, Norman Rockwell, Fredrick Remington, Lynn Bogue Hunt - just to name a few.

NOTE: Winchester is a registered trademark of Olin Corporation and is used with permission and under exclusive license. No reproductions or copies may be made of any of the artwork images without the express written permission of Olin Corporation.


Ranger Smokeless Shotshells Display by Unknown


I Wish I Had Dad's Winchester by Eugene Ivard


Breakfast At The Hunting Cabin by J Dwyer


Respecters Of Limits by William Eaton


Bring Down The Game by Unknown


Limit At Sunrise by Lynn Bogue Hunt


They Are Hitters by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Chesapeake Retriever With Duck by Unknown


Canada Geese In Flight by C Everitt Johnson


King Buck - 1959-60 Federal Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Artwork by Maynard Reece


Wood Ducks by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Guide And Goose Hunter by Robert Wesley Amick


Successful Hunter by Alexander Pope


Wood Ducks by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Take Em by Unknown


Mallards by G Muss Arnolt


Flushed by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Into The Decoys by Frank Stick


Live Decoys by Frank Stick


Missed by Lynn Bogue Hunt


World Standard Ammunition Display by Unknown


Winchester Bird And Trap Ammo Display by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Big Game Ammo Display by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Standard Shotgun Chamber Chart by Unknown


It's All In The Shells by A Russell


You Can't Shoot Without Shells by A Russell


Dreams by Norman Hall


The Unexpected by A Russell


A Wake Up Call by Unknown


Shoot Them And Avoid Trouble by Unknown


Mountain Lake Moose by Unknown


Hiding From Church by William Eaton


Sawing Wood by William Eaton


Moose Against Skyline by Philip R Goodwin


Woman With Model 92 by C Everitt Johnson


Taking Cover by Philip R Goodwin


Man And Woman In Canoe by Philip R Goodwin


Man And Woman By Stream by Philip R Goodwin


Fisherman By Stream by Philip R Goodwin


Two Fishermen In Canoe by Philip R Goodwin


Quality Products by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Original Western Ammo Plant by Unknown


Gee Dad A Winchester by Unknown


Meeting On The Plains by Joe Ferrara


Buffalo Hunt by Joe Ferrara


Winchester Trader by Unknown


In The Bag by Lynn Bogue Hunt


Super X Long Range by Martin Reynolds