Museum quality giclee on artist's canvas by Frank Allnutt.

Mormon Barn

Located eleven miles north of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this 19th Century barn sits at the foot of the majestic Grand Tetons. The farmland here was homesteaded by predominantly Mormon settlers in the early 1900s, but was later purchased by Rockefellers Snake River Land Company and transferred to the U.S. National Park Service. Although the famed Oregon Trail remained south and did not technically pass through Jackson Hole, many emigrants who were traveling west made trips to the area in search of the Promised Land. Photo: PDPhoto.org.

Giclées on Canvas
from $39
Greeting Cards
Small flat 11” h x 17” w
Large flat 16” h x 24” w
Gallery Wrap 12” h x 18” w
Gallery Wrap 14” h x 21” w
Floater 16” h x 24” w
Blue Pine 16” h x 24” w
Rustic 16” h x 24” w
5 Cards 7" x 5"

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5" x 7" no glare matte finish

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