Welcome to Tim Cox Fine Art where we proudly display the artwork of contemporary western artist, Tim Cox. Tim's depiction of the contemporary west with glorious skies, rugged cowboys, hard-working ranchers, the cattle they raise, good horses, and wide-open spaces has been giving viewers a thrill for many years.
Tim Cox Fine Art is a family run business promoting the artwork of one of the most prolific American Western artist of all time. All reproductions are printed in the USA by Tim Cox Fine Art. We pride ourselves in quality artwork that will make your home or office an inviting space that reminds you of the western heritage we so deeply appreciate. Please contact us with any questions related to your art interests.
We look forward to Bringing the West into your life.
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