A survey of the long history of artistic interpretation of the Teton Range and Jackson Hole area, this book is timed to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the formation of the National Park Service in 2016 and its early efforts to establish Grand Teton National Park. The book includes nearly four hundred paintings, drawings, and photographs, including classic as well as more unique, contemporary interpretations of the magnificent Tetons landscape and wildlife. It provides examples gleaned from across a span of more than two hundred years and representing a wide variety of styles, including such well-known artists as Edward Hopper and Thomas Moran, and emphasizing artists who have lived and worked year-round in the Teton area, including Harrison R. Crandall and Conrad Schwiering.
|Publisher:||Smith, Gibbs Publisher|
|Product dimensions:||12.60(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Donna Poulton is an Associate Curator of Utah and Western Art at the University of Utah's Museum of Fine Arts. She lives in Salt Lake.
James L. Poulton is a psychologist in private practice in Salt Lake City, an assistant professor in psychology at the University of Utah, and a member of the national faculty of the International Psychotherapy Institute in Washington, D.C. He is a coauthor of Le Conte Stewart Masterworks.