Artist: Mort Künstler Title: Days of Splendor Edition Size: Artist Signed and Numbered with COA included. Medium: Fine Art Giclee on Canvas Editions. Image Dimensions: 20" x 23" , 26" x 30", 30" x 34" and 37” x 42”. Custom Frame Any Size of this Canvas for only $199 About the Art: As a teenager in Vermont, John Deere learned the blacksmith trade. During the Depression, Deere moved to the mid-west with the hope of prosperity.
Deere learned of the difficulties the farmers were having using plows that were meant for the sandy soil in the east. He and Leonard Andrus designed and sold three new plows, which brought much success to the fledgling business. Deere sold his interest in the company to his partner and started a new company in Moline, Illinois. He designed the first plow made from imported English steel and by 1855 was selling more than 13,000 of them a year. In 1868, he officially incorporated his company, Deere & Company, which still exists today.
This painting by Mort Künstler, Days of Splendor, shows the Deere & Company GP Wide Tread Tractor, made in the 1930s.
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