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Louis Prang: Innovator, Collaborator, Educator

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  • Subject is exactly "Exterior views"


Scene after Dutch landscape artist A.J. van Wyngaerdt. Lithographed by Hermann Harring, a chromist that worked for Prang for over fifteen years taking paintings and breaking down their colors to create a replica in lithograph form. "Springtime" was…

Near Bethel, on the Androscoggin, Maine

View of a small pond in Bethel, Maine, where ducks are seen swimming and grazing. The town of Bethel is seen in the distance. Another landscape chromo lithographed by Hermann Harring, after artist S. Coleman. This print was advertised in Prang's…

Harvesting, near San Jose

View of men seen in a field, loading hay onto an ox drawn cart in northern California. In the foreground, a man sits in the grass on a blanket. In the distance, mountains are seen. This print was part of a set of fourteen scenes of California painted…

The Yellowstone National Park, and the mountain regions of portions of Idaho, Nevada, Colorado and Utah

The Yellowstone National Park is considered one of Prang's greatest chromolithographic achievements. Taking the watercolors from Thomas Moran's 1871 expedition to Yellowstone for the United States government, Prang recreated Moran's fifteen…