David Stoecklein Posters
David R. Stoecklein (July 11, 1949 - November 10, 2014) had a long and highly successful career as a professional photographer. His early career heavily featured outdoor lifestyle photos and advertising work for such major companies as Reebok, Coke, Chevy, Stetson, Marlboro, Wrangler, and many others.
As successful as his early career was, however, it was what came later that entrenched him into the hearts of the public. Stoecklein began photographing the American West of his time, building a monster portfolio of iconic images of cowboys, cowgirls, horses, and the ranching lifestyle. He passed away at age 65 in his home state of Idaho. He is, and will continue to be, sadly missed by his countless fans.
Below are some of renowned photographer David R. Stoecklein's most beautiful and popular posters, prints, books, and more on eBay.
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The David Stoecklein posters and prints below are available from AllPosters.com.
David Stoecklein poster: Hero of the Storm.
"Iconic" is a word frequently used in describing a David Stoecklein photograph, and this one is no exception. On a freezing winter night a lone cowboy and his horse rescue a white face calf from the bitter cold, using a lantern to light their way.
Splash 'n Dash by David Stoecklein.
A herd of running horses are photographed running and splashing through the water. Stoecklein was a master at capturing horses at their most beautiful.
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