Medium: Watercolor on paper

Signature: Monogram lower right

Dimensions: 11in. h x 14in. w


"As fast as the scenery changed, my enthusiasm for sketching through the windshield increased. Down ditches we saw dust devils spinning. The terraced mud of the Wolf and the Platte was a new topographical feature entirely new. It revealed the nature of the difficulties faced by the covered wagons of the immigrants into the West. We even saw buffalo, though tame, at Grand Island. The next striking feature was the passing Pine Bluffs, where the most radical change of topography was revealed and beyond them appeared the western sagebrush and buffalo grass." 

Catalog #181

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