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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers
Fell, Olive 26
Descriptions
photomechanical 7 Print 150 paper 704
Names
photomechanical Print 728
Subjects
snow 27 Fell, Olive Landscape 691 horse 394
Date:
June 1, 1896-1980
Dimensions:
Sheet height: 7.875 in, Sheet width: 6 in
Title:
Olive Fell and Friend
Credit Line:
Gift in Memory of Elmer (Forest Ranger at Wapiti, 1838 - 1946) and Ruth Miller
Inscription:
OLIVE FELL AND FRIEND / This print was created by the artist, Olive Fell, well-known / painter and etcher of Western animals and scenes. / Born on Big Timber Creek at the foot of the Crazy Mount- / tains, Olive Fell now lives on her Four Bear Ranch, high in the / Abaroka Range of the Rocky Mountains. A nature-lover as well / as an artist, she has devoted her entire life to the study of animals, / trees and landscapes of the West. / Artist Fell's etching have brought her many honors and are / included in many collections. The Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, / Wyoming has dedicated a whole room to her works. / This impression was hand-printed and signed by the artist, / Olive Fell, in her log studio-cabin, on her Four Bear Ranch.
Accession Number:
2.06.10

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