Harrison Crandall – American Alps
The Tetons were often called "The Alps of America" due to their dramatic peaks and sudden rise from the plains. In this large, lighthearted photograph Crandall has some fun with the imagery by dressing Wyoming cowgirls in Alpine garb. Possibly one-of-a-kind - several images from the same photo shoot are pictured in the new biography, "Harrison R. Crandall". This is one of the photographs developed at lower contrast, and then painted with oil paints. Absolutely one of Mary's favorite Harrison Crandall images. Framed in a conservation setting with UV glass.
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Artist: Harrison R. Crandall (1887-1970)
Medium: Silver Gelatin/Oil Paint
Size: 41" High x 33" Wide
Framed: (info to be provided) (Conservation)
Location/Origin: Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Our Product ID: CRAND1013
Provenance: From the estate of Harrison R. Crandall, through his daughter.