Alamo in San Antonio, Texas

This artwork as a painting of "Alamo in San Antonio, Texas" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an arwork painting illustration as this was originally probably illustrated by artists of Susanna Addario or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Kenn Backhaus or Cy Baker or Alistair Barnard or Julian Baum or Andrew Beckett or Richard Bonson or Stuart Bowey or Anne Bowman or John Bull or Peter Bull Art Studio or Danny Burke or Martin Camm or Dan Cole or Leslye Cole or Sam and Amy Collins or Tom Connell or Marcus Cremonese or Marjorie Crosby-Faorall or Barry Croucher or Claire Davies or Fiammatte Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Levent Efe or Simone End or Christer Eriksson or Alan Ewart or Nick Farmer or Rod Ferring or Cecelia Fitzsimons or Giuliano Fornari or Chris Forsey or Lloyd Foye or John Francis/Bernard Thornton or Jon Gittoes or Mike Gorman or Ray Grinaway or Terry Hadler or Langdon G. Hall or Gino Halser or Lorraine Hannay or David A. Hardy or Tim Hayward or Phil Hood or Adam Hook/Bernard Thornton Artists UK or Christa Hook or Richard Hook or Robert Hynes or or Mark Iley or Ian Jackson or Gillian Jenkins or Janet Jones or Steve Kirk or David Kirshner or Frank Knight or Mark Lamble or Alex Lavroff or Connell Lee or John Mac or David Mackay or Iain McKellar or James MacKinnon or Martin Macrae or Stuart McVicar or Robert Mancini or David Matthews or Peter Mennim or Siri Mills or David Moore or Colin Newman or Kevin O'Donnell or Nicola Oram or Matthew Ottley or Darren Pattenden or Jane Pickering or Marilyn Pride or Tony Pyrzakowski or Oliver Rennert or Luis Rey or John Richards or Edwinna Riddell or Steve Roberts or Trevor Ruth or Claudia Saraceni or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Stephen Seymour or Christine Shafner or Nick Shewring or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or R. Spencer Phippen or Kevin Stead or Roger Stewart or Irene Still or Roger Swainston or Kate Sweeney or Sharif Taraby or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Jane Walkins or Genevieve Wallace or Ross Watton or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Steve Weston or Laurie Whiddon or Simon Williams or Ann Winterbotham or David Wood or David Wun, or Sarah Plant at Puddingbrun Editorial Services or Andrew Davies at Creative Communications or Brendan Cotter or Helen Flint or Grace Newell or Guy Throughton, or Susanna Addario or Art Studio or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Alistair Barnard or Priscilla Barret or Jane Beatson or Sally Beech or Andre Boos or Anne Bowman or Peter Bull or Martin Camm or Stuart Carter or D. Cole or or Marjorie Crosby-Fairall or B. Croucher or Marc Dando or Peter David or Fiammetta Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Gerald Driessen or Simone End or Christer Erikson or Alan Ewart or Lloyd Foye or John Francis or Peg Thornton Artists UK or Dr. Stephen Hutchinson or Robert Hynes or Ian Jackson or Janet Jones or Roger Kent or David Kirkshner or Frank Knight or Angela Lober or Frits Jan Maas or John Mac or David MacKay or Martin Macrae or Mob Mancini or Karel Mauer or Iain McKellar or James McKinnon or David Moore or Robert Morton or Colin Newman or Ken Oliver or Erik van Ommen or Nicola Oram or Photodisc or Maurice Pledger or Tony Pryzakowski or Oliver Rennert or John Richards or Edwina Riddell or Steve Roberts or Barbara Rodanska or TrevorRuth or Claudia Saraceni or R. T. Sauey or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Rod Scott or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or Chris Stead or Kevin Stead or Mark Stewart or Stockbyte or Roger Swainston or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Guy Throughton or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Genevieve Wallace or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Ann Winterbotham or probably some other artist or one of the artists from books called “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary” (the book that was published in and around between 2003, 2004 and 2011 by the publishing companies of Welden Owen, Beckett Books and Metro Books) and "Visual Dictionary" (the book that was published around 2003 by the publishing company of Welden Owen).
 

I photocopied this illustration of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas from the “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary”, because from looking at this painting, I really wanted to paint this to one to give to my father for a father's day present, because in the year 1999, my dad was on a trip to Texas and saw the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, so I thought that painting out of the book would be a great painting for him, so I'm glad I did that one.

I really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful white background really looks like and why it's so beautiful in this painting, the red writing of "THE ALAMO San Antonio, Texas" on the white, the blue signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the white and the colorful building of the Alamo as this one was painted on Saturday, June 15th, 2013, as this is just a very great beautiful great image of The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever as this whole picture just really captures your heart and roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great picture of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, as while I was painting this picture, I was thinking of some of clips from the movie called "The Alamo" starring John Wayne and also, from looking at this painting of how it shows right there that it's definitely true is that thousands of tourists come every year to "remember the Alamo."

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