Albert Bierstadt Storm In The Mountains C. 1870 Original Landscape Oil Painting Reproduction on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
In the early nineteenth century visual artists began to define American national identity through landscape painting. Lacking such markers of ancient heritage as ruins and castles, Americans defined themselves through the nature they saw all around them, finding distinction and prominence in their forests, mountains, canyons, and cataracts...
By the mid-19th century, the U.S. Government had begun sending surveying expeditions into the newly incorporated territories of the American West. Albert Bierstadt ventured on at least two of these expeditions, which, along with other trips in the West, would inspire an incredible amount of his creative output. On his first expedition in 1859, he joined U.S. explorer Frederick W. Lander, taking photographs of Native Americans and painting field sketches of the landscape...
An inspiring vista looks beautiful with any decor. Noted for high quality, capturing all the detail of the original painting, this affordable reproduction is expertly hand-painted with oil on canvas.
Meticulously hand crafted on canvas stretched over a wood frame and comes ready to hang.
Due to the complete hand-painted nature of this artwork, each piece may have subtle differences.
Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth.
|Dimension (inch)||24X15, 36X23|
|Dimension (cm)||61X38, 91X58|
|Medium||Oil / Acrylic on Canvas|
|Shipping Weight (KGS)||2.2 / 2.7|
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