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About Ray Harm

Before Ray Harm prints started appearing in living rooms across the country, the artist was a struggling painter who took day jobs as a construction worker to make ends meet. Then in the 1960s, he met a businessman named Wood Hannah and the two decided that it would be commercially viable to start producing prints of Harm's work. The resulting Ray Harm prints were attractive and affordable. Most of the popular motifs feature wildlife and many people choose Ray Harm bird prints to decorate their homes. Harm's work continues to sell well in the present day and his prints remain popular. Sellers on eBay collectively carry a large inventory of the artist's prints, including popular and limited edition runs. Options include framed images and sets of matching prints. You can even find plenty of signed Ray Harm prints, which validate the authenticity of the work and add value to the piece.