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Moran Point Daybreak :: #04020
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the 1800s as the national park movement was taking
hold, artists and writers were largely responsible
for capturing the imaginations of citizens, and the
politicians that served them, in the densely populated
eastern states. Artist Thomas Moran was a leader
in this endeavor. His paintings were credited with
spurring congressional protection of pristine western
lands. Grand Canyon was a favorite subject during
his illustrious career, and Moran Point was named
in his honor.|
Available as Open Edition Gift Print
Each 5x7-inch photograph is printed on archival paper. Prints are shipped matted to fit
8x10-inch standard frames, backed, and enclosed in protective sleeves.
Each print is titled and signed by the photographer. An artist
statement and biography is also included with every order.
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