The Lost Sheep

The Lost Sheep

“The Lost Sheep” may hold more meaning for the artist than anything he has ever done. This work was inspired by Mitchell’s late father, Herman Tolle. “When I was just a boy, my father sang a song called The Lost Sheep,” the Artist said. “The song and its meaning and the way he sang it was so personal to our family that when he died, we put this image on his headstone. He would often say, ‘That was me. I am the sheep that was lost.’” Image size: 19 1/4” x 17” Signed and numbered,...

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THE KENTUCKY WILDCAT This classic print was painted by Mitchell in 1996. It has often been called “the best UK collectible ever created.” Bill Keightley said Mitchell’s Wildcat is “Second to none.” Ralph Hacker, the beloved Voice of the Wildcats said, “I have seen a lot of art work designed to support Kentucky sports but never anything as well done as this.”   Image size: 14 ¾” x 22” image size – unframed. (shipping is free to 48 States) Hand-signed and numbered by...

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