Surname 1 Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Albert Bierstadt Works The title is the Rocky Mountains, Lander’s Peak. The artist is Albert Bierstadt, the date is1863, the source or the museum is the metropolitan museum of Art, New York, Rogers. Fund, 1907 (07.123). Photo © 1979 the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Additionally, the Medium of the painting is: Oil on Canvas. The size of the painting is 73 ½ x 120 ¾ in. The theme is the discovery, exploration, and settlement.
Surname 2 Rocky Mountains Bierstadt, Albert. “The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak, 1863 - Albert Bierstadt.” , 1 Jan. 1863, - mountains-lander-s-peak-1863. The author describes the Rocky Mountains as authentic. The paintings are a result of a vision to the Far West undertaken by the Artist in the summer of 1858. The paintings have traces of the movement as well as furrowed lines which scar the slopes of the mountains. Additionally, the author points out that the traces of light and shade present in the picture serve as main attractions. The picture is characterized by both historical and geographical value. The picture is as a result of a vision to the Far West which is undertaken by the Artist in the summer of 1858.
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