artist Buffalo Kaplinski is a profound colorist and major figure in western and
southwestern landscape painting. He usually creates "on-the-spot"
paintings of his scenes which are sometimes/often rendered in larger
paintings in the studio. His "on-the-spots" are wonderfully fresh
"on-the-spot" was done in 1976 in Yellowstone National Park
in Wyoming of a tree
snag sticking out of a stream. It is 8 x 10 inches
and framed to
14 x 16 in an exceptionally fine hand-made frame
(by Denver framer,
Robert Finney; marked on the frame).
The following is written on the back of the canvas board