Sixty Miles Per Hour


John Banovich, Sixty Miles Per HourUnframed

John Banovich, Sixty Miles Per HourWestern Distressed Frame

John Banovich, Sixty Miles Per HourArtisan Frame

Limited Edition Giclée Canvas

Gallery Edition:
• 75 s/n plus 7 Artist Proofs
• Canvas: 11" x 30" - $525
• Artist Proof: 11" x 30" - $630
• Frame (Western Distressed):
        18.25" x 37.25" - $510
• Frame (Artisan):
        18.25" x 37.25" - $515
• Frame (Bitter Root):
         19" x 38" - $510


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“Sixty Miles per Hour” demonstrates the powerful speed and endurance of the North American pronghorn. Exceptionally fast, this Great Plains ungulate runs at speeds up to 60 mph, second only to the cheetah. Even more impressive is that it can actually maintain a high speed longer than any other, making it a true marathon runner, and has the longest land migration in the continental United States. The sole survivor of the ancient Antilocapridae family, dating back 20 million years, the pronghorn is 30 mph faster than its closest competitor alluding to an extinct cheetah-like predator which would have hunted it on the plains. I wanted to capture the greatness of a massive pronghorn herd in full flight through a unique, contemporary composition that magnifies the power and ambiguity of this incredible animal.” - John Banovich