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Louis Charles McClure Black and White River Print; 45"x 39"x 1.5"

SKU 35643


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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This artwork is on display at the Valley View Hospital Cafeteria entrance in Glenwood Springs, CO. You must collect your purchase at this location. For questions about the artwork, please call Habitat for Humanity ReStore of the Roaring Fork at 970-945-9138. If you would like assistance removing the artwork from the wall, please call hospital facilities at 970-384-6955. Please be prepared to present your emailed receipt to hospital staff as proof of purchase.

Description: Louis Charles McClure Black and White River Print
Condition: Great. There are a couple of nicks on the frame which have been touched up. See photos.
Details: This photograph was taken outside of Denver and is a print of Louis McClure's original gelatin silver print. Most twentieth-century black-and-white photographs are gelatin silver prints, in which the image consists of silver metal particles suspended in a gelatin layer.

About the artist: Louis McClure (1867-1957) studied with the renowned photographer, William Henry Jackson. He made a career of photographing Colorado mountain landscapes, rivers and railroads; however, he is most famous for his photographs of Denver in the 1890's through the 1920's during the 'City Beautiful' movement. McClure's artistry makes him one of the revered historical photographers of Denver and Colorado. The Denver Public Library has an extensive collection of McClure's prints and negatives.