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Terry Redlin 2-Year Planner
Terry Redlin 2-Year Planner
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Terry Redlin Monthly Planners
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Terry Redlin Vertical Wall Calendar

Terry Redlin Vertical Wall Calendar
Terry Redlin Vertical Wall Calendar
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Terry Redlin Wall Calendar

Terry Redlin Wall Calendar
Terry Redlin Wall Calendar
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Terry Redlin

The LANG Store takes great pride in providing our customers with the best calendars, cards & stationery, and home decorations, but none of these fine products would be possible without the stunning artwork from beloved LANG artists like Terry Redlin! LANG Calendars Terry Redlin Collection includes the best artwork gracing everything from calendars and planners to coffee mugs, Christmas cards, and home décor perfectly suited for you, your home, and your tastes.

As a tribute to Terry Redlin, and in honor of his many loyal fans, The LANG Store is pleased to share a collection of his most cherished paintings. It is rare that an artist's work is so original in style and so immediately recognizable that it actually evolves into a genre of its own. Redlin’s style, referred to as romantic realism, is a compilation of places he frequented, people he has known, and memories he has shared throughout his lifetime. Beginning with the release of “Winter Snows,” and after a lifetime of artistic achievements, Redlin, whose heartwarming scenes have been gracing art lovers' walls for over three decades faithfully accomplished what he set out to do. “I wanted to tell stories with my paintings, to remember the experiences of my youth.” – Terry Redlin.