Monday, 27 February 2012

Albert Bierstadt - landscape painter - part 3

This is part 3 of a 3-part post on the works of Albert Bierstadt (1830 – 1902). Bierstadt was a German-American painter best known for his lavish, sweeping landscapes of the American West. 
For biographical notes see part 1. For more works by Bierstadt see parts 1 and 2.

1889-90 Sunrise at Glacier Station 
oil on canvas 76 x 112 cm

c1889 Alaskan Coast Range 
oil on paper 35 x 49 cm

c1890 Mount Sir Donald, Asulkan Glacier 
oil on canvas 71 x 51 cm

1891 Island of New Providence 
oil on paper 46 x 61 cm

1895 The Morteratsch Glacier, Upper Engadine Valley, Pontresina 
oil on canvas 97 x 152 cm

1900 The Golden Gate 
oil on canvas 97 x 152 cm

Approaching Thunderstorm on the Hudson River 
oil on paper

Bavarian Landscape 
oil on canvas

Deer at Sunset 
oil on paper 36 x 50 cm

Evening Glow, Lake Louise, Rocky Mountains, Canada

In Western Mountains 
oil on canvas 22 x 30 cm

Indian Encampment

Kern's River Valley, California 
oil on canvas 90 x 132 cm

Lake Tahoe Spearing Fish by Torchlight


Mountainous Landscape

Nevada Falls, Yosemite

Old Faithful

On the Saco

Staubbach Falls near Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

Study for Yosemite Valley Glacier Point Trail

Sunset in the Rockies

Sunset on the Coast

Sunset on the Mountain

Sunset over a Mountain Lake

Sunset over the River

View of the Grindelwald

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