Harley-Davidson® Artwork

On May 13, 2005, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the MDA Black and Blue Ball, Mountaineer Harley-Davidson® was the successful bidder for this original painting of icon Willie G. Davidson, created by famed artist, David Uhl.

David's inspiration was a mid-80's photo that was printed in a 1993 American Iron Magazine. The photo was taken on a farm near Willie G.'s house in western Milwaukee next to the barn. According to Willie G. the photo depicts him reflecting on his ancestry and how good his life is. The 1912 unrestored bike has a nice patina and is equipped with carbide lights, an accessory at that time. The bike was one of the first chain driven twins following the leather belt era. The painting depicts Willie G. as he appears now with his signature beret. Willie G. is an avid supporter of MDA and agreed to assist in this special project. David donated his time and worked with Harley-Davidson® to produce this work of art.

Mountaineer Harley-Davidson® is proud to offer and showcase a full line of David Uhl artwork. We carry originals, oil paintings, lithographs and posters. Please call our MotorClothes® department or contact us for complete details on his priceless works of art seen below and more...