The Last of the Buffalo Silk Jacket Lining

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Albert Bierstadt, 1830 - 1902, The Last of the Buffalo, c.1888

  • 100% Silk
  • 118cm x 98cm
  • 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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Usage: Generally, we find that tailors prefer to use two of our fine art panels per jacket. This enables lining up of the image along the back seam. If you have any questions regarding the options please feel free to email us anytime at bespoke@rampleyandco.com.

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