The Last of the Buffalo Silk Jacket LiningRegular price £125.00
Albert Bierstadt, 1830-1902, The Last of the Buffalo, c.1888
- 100% Silk
- 100cm Tall x 120cm Wide
- Designed and Printed in Britain
The Last of the Buffalo is Albert Bierstadt's final, great, western painting. The ambitious landscape combines a variety of elements he had sketched during multiple western excursions. Because of its composite nature, the view incorporates many topographical features representative of the Great Plains: the dead and injured buffalo in the foreground occupy a dry, golden meadow; their counterparts cross a wide river in the middle ground; and others graze as far as the eye can see as the landscape turns to prairies, hills, mesas, and snowcapped peaks.
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