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WYOMING GRASSLANDS: PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL P. BERMAN AND WILLIAM S. SUTTON. Frank H. Goodyear, Jr., and Charles R. Preston. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 2015. Charles M. Russell Center Series on Art and Photography of the American West, 19. 232 pp. with 115 ills. (56 col.) and 10 reference ills. (6 col.). 28 x 31 cm. LC 2014-43444 ISBN 9780806148533 In English.
Publisher's description: Naturalist John James Audubon found the Great Plains and their wildlife so riveting when he visited the region in 1834 that he broke off a letter to his wife because he was too excited to write. In the almost two hundred years since then, the Wyoming landscape, deemed the Italy of America by landscape painter Albert Bierstadt, has retained its glory if not its place in the imagination of the American public. This book reminds us of the remarkable bounty contained in the wild beauty and rich history of the Wyoming grasslands even as these riches are under threat from both human and natural forces. This landscape is now captured in all its spectacular diversity in the photography of Michael P. Berman and William S. Sutton, two of the modern American West's most accomplished and well-known landscape photographers. Essays by Frank H. Goodyear, Jr., and Charles R. Preston provide a contextual framework for the images.
Artist(s):Berman, Michael P.; Sutton, William S.
Indexing: Western — United States — Post-2000 — Photography
Plans: 71
Worldwide Number: 167744
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