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"Driving Cattle into a Corral in the Far West"

"Driving Cattle into a Corral in the Far West"

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By: W. J. Palmer

Date: 1893 New York City

Dimensions: 16 x 22 inches

This is an original lithograph print by W. J. Palmer, "Driving Cattle in a Corral in the Far West".  The print was published by Harper's Weekly in 1875 out of New York City.  The scene depicts cattle drivers, consisting of Indians and Cowboys, with airborne whips used to corral the multitude of cattle into the corral.  The excitement is visible to the viewer of this dynamic scene. 

Harper's Magazine was a weekly magazine which debuted in June of 1850.  Although the earliest issues consisted largely of material that had already been published in England, the magazine soon began to print the work of American artists and writers - among them Horatio Alger, Stephen A. Douglas, Theodore Dreiser, Horace Greeley, Winslow Homer, Jack London, John Muir, Frederick Remmington, and Mark Twain.

Condition: This print is in B condition with slightly visible center crease.

Inventory #92107

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