All of the images of Deb Van Poolen's paintings are printed with archival quality inks. This means the colors of the prints will retain their original brilliance as long as an original watercolor painting. Rob Outlaw of Bozeman, Montana prints my giclee' prints on archival quality papers.   Rob personally packages each print to ensure their safe delivery.  See Rob's work here:

To order each print, first select the size of the print you would like, and then proceed to check out.  Note:  not all prints are available in all the same sizes.  The available sizes of each print are listed in the boxes below.  After you order your prints, you can expect to receive them in the mail within two to four weeks.

Print prices:
5 X 7:   $40
8 X 10:  $55
11 X 14:  $70
12 X 16:  $85
14 X 18:  $100
16 X 20:  $120


Special Edition Limited to 100 prints. 

auction bradley portrait  Patriotic-Leaker  LE3 collateral murder video  Auction two--Coombs questioning Professor Benkler

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Auction Bradley Portrait
12" x 16" only


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Bradley Manning and Leaking American Flag
12" X 18" only


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Screening of Collateral Murder Video in Courtroom
12" X 16" only



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Professor Benkler Testifying in US v. Manning
8" X 18" only
US $135.00

prn01-still life  prn02-aspen  prn03-balsalmroot  prn04-floral
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Still Life

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 meadow 1  bl 2789  red figure  abstract
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Food Preparation

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Red Figure

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mallards rest



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Fly Fishermen

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Mallards Rest

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Blue Figure

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Figure 3

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Giclee' Prints

balsalmrootGiclee' prints of Deb Van Poolen's artworks are available for order.

To view the images, click  here.  

To order prints, click  here.

Ladakh, India

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Ladakh is a beautiful, autonomous region in northern India in the Himalayan mountains. Deb traveled to various fascinating regions of Ladakh between 2004 and 2011. Enjoy viewing some of her writings and photographs of those journeys