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Harrison R. Crandall: Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park

Harrison R. Crandall: Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park

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Longueur: 403 pages1 heure

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Experience Teton country from the eyes of a grand visionary.

Harrison R. Crandall was the first official photographer of Grand Teton National Park. In addition to his marvelous iconic landscape photos of Teton country, many of which were meticulously hand colored with a painter’s eye, many of his original color paintings, drawings, and illustrations are featured. With a wealth of archival photographs, many of which have never been published before, this book is both a visual treat for the eyes as well as an authoritative chronicle of Harrison Crandall’s life and work.

Kenneth A. Barrick began his teaching and research career in the Department of Geography at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1985, where he specializes in physical geography and natural resource management. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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Harrison R. Crandall: Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park

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Harrison R. Crandall: Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park

Longueur: 403 pages1 heure

Description

Experience Teton country from the eyes of a grand visionary.

Harrison R. Crandall was the first official photographer of Grand Teton National Park. In addition to his marvelous iconic landscape photos of Teton country, many of which were meticulously hand colored with a painter’s eye, many of his original color paintings, drawings, and illustrations are featured. With a wealth of archival photographs, many of which have never been published before, this book is both a visual treat for the eyes as well as an authoritative chronicle of Harrison Crandall’s life and work.

Kenneth A. Barrick began his teaching and research career in the Department of Geography at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1985, where he specializes in physical geography and natural resource management. He lives in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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