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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers
Catlin, George 49
Descriptions
paper on card 6
Names
Print 728
Subjects
hunting 21 antelope 7
Date:
ca. 1844
Dimensions:
Image height: 12.125 in, Image width: 17.625 in, Sheet height: 17.5 in, Sheet width: 22.75 in, mat height: 20 in, mat width: 24 in, Frame height: 21.755 in, Frame width: 25.755 in
Title:
Antelope Shooting
Credit Line:
Gift of W. J. (Bill) Holcombe, Bear Creek, Dubois, Wyoming
Gloss:
George Catlin provided studies of the West that captured the spirit and feeling of everyday life. This work exemplifies his awe for the prairie landscape which he described as a vast ocean of waving grass.
Inscription:
Written on back of backing: Antelope Shooting [on back of image:] 16425-5[label:] Picture Frames/ Paintigns Restored/ 116 East 57th St./ N.Y./ Inc./order: 164 25-5
Accession Number:
9.94.4

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