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Albert Bierstadt : “Buffalo Trail: The Impending Storm” (1869)

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Albert Bierstadt based this painting of buffalo crossing a river on scenes he had sketched during his western expeditions of 1859 and 1863. In an 1859 letter, he recounted:

“We find here plenty of buffalo. One morning we saw a noble looking animal crossing the river near us, and I alighted from my ambulance and took a position behind a bluff, in order to give him a reception. As he came splashing through the water, I felt half inclined to lay down my rifle and take up my sketchbook, but I was so wrapped in admiration and study I could do neither for a few moments.”

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