Frontier photographer L. A. Huffman (1854 - 1931) captured the spirit of the American West like no other artist. As comfortable photographing the haunting images of the plains Indians as he was the working cowboy, Huffman accurately recorded a passing way of life on the American western frontier. Arriving in Fort Keogh, Montana Territory, in 1879, ten years before Montana would become a state, Huffman realized the importance of recording the end of the open range, untamed western landscapes, the plains Indian, and the last of the buffalo herds. While many painters and photographers created art that romantized the West, Huffman photographed everyday life, ranging from ranching and hunting scenes to landscapes of Yellowstone National Park. This handsome volume contains over 500 spectacular images of the American West. Includes index.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(306mm x 303mm x 29mm)
Mountain Press Publishing Company
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