Albert Bierstadt: The Last of the Buffalo, 10'' Print, Framed
A high quality 10" reproduction of Albert Bierstadt's The Last of the Buffalo, framed in gold. This painting from the National Gallery of Art collection is Bierstadt's final great western landscape.
This framed print of Albert Bierstadt's The Last of the Buffalo (1888) is part of our Masterworks collection of reproductions, created using the Gallery's finest-quality digital imaging. The image was printed to Gallery specifications, and the frame was selected as a style appropriate to the period.
The Last of the Buffalo is Bierstadt's final great western landscape. Measuring six by ten feet, it perfectly complements his first painting of that size, Lake Lucerne (1858), also in the National Gallery of Art collection. The ambitious landscape combines a variety of elements he had sketched during early western excursions (1859, 1863, and 1871), and is closely related to studies he made in Yellowstone National Park in the summer of 1881 (contained in two sketchbooks also in the National Gallery of Art, Corcoran Collection). Despite its composite nature, the view incorporates many topographical features representative of the Great Plains.
- Archival, premium matte paper behind glass
- Archival pigment inks
- Poly frame, gold
- Ready to hang
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