A Storm in the Rocky Mountains Canvas
A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt. Rosalie is a landscape oil painting by German-American painter Albert Bierstadt in 1866. The image was inspired by sketches created on an expedition, where Bierstadt traveled to the Rocky Mountains. On this expedition, he was taken to the Chicago Lakes beneath Mount Evans. Here, Bierstadt exaggerated the landmark's scale and introduced dramatic weather to thrill his audience. The painting was named after Bierstadt's mistress and, at the time, his friend and travel partner's wife, Rosalie Osborne Ludlow, who Albert later went on to marry.
"A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt. Rosalie" Gallery Wrapped Canvas, comes delivered ready to hang, with wire hangers included and no additional framing needed. Every canvas print is hand-crafted and expertly stretched around wooden stretcher bars. We use premium canvases and inks to produce high-quality art.
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