About Albert Bierstadt’s Valley Of The Yosemite
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Albert Bierstadt created this incredible landscape in 1864.
The work depicts the sun kissing the Yosemite valley. At the bottom are a lake and a herd of deer.
Bierstadt wanted to depict Yosemite as raw nature uncorrupted by humans.
Bierstadt painted this work as the civil war raged. This artwork might have been a factor in President Abraham Lincoln protecting Yosemite with a bill.
Today this work hangs at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
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About Yosemite Valley Art Print by Albert Bierstadt
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About The Artist
Albert Bierstadt was an American artist of German descent. He was part of the Hudson River school art movement that focused on detailed paintings with romantic lighting. Many say this helped to create a sense among Americans that they should protect the natural beauty. One of the first painters to document the American West. He also worked for the Union Pacific to create marketing materials to promote investment in the region.