Popo Agie River Valley

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Popo Agie River Valley

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An unframed limited edition print from an original oil on canvas painting by Den Schofield.  Fine art print available in paper or canvas form.  Each limited edition print is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.  Smaller open edition paper print also available.

Size: 18" H x 24" W - Original Artwork and Limited Edition Prints
Size: 11" H x 14" W - Open Edition Prints

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Historical Perspective

Dominating the horizon is the Wind River range of the Rocky Mountains, in central Wyoming. This range contains over 50 peaks above 1300 ft. in elevation. The highest is 13870 ft. They also form the Continental Divide. The Popo Agie river runs north out of this range, ultimately joining the Wind River. This is an early Fall scene. During the winter months, the entire range, as well as the immediate valley would be covered under several feet of snow. 

The last "Mountain Man" rendezvous of 1838 was held just several miles north of here. The lone trapper, in the scene, makes his way into the mountains for the Fall hunt. 

This painting received an honorable mention award at both the Riverton Art Guild National Show, and the Wind River Valley Artists' Guild National Show, 2007.