Now, over 125 years have passed, and collectors world-wide covet these early expressions from the ubiquitous postcard to the simple matchbook. Renowned artists & photographers such as Thomas Moran, William Henry Jackson, Jack Ellis Haynes, and F.
Haynes - now all deceased have left their indelible marks on these treasures. To appreciate their artistry take a close look at the grandeur of Yellowstone through their eyes and capture for the moment a piece of Yellowstone History. Haynes (1853 - 1921) and his son, Jack Ellis Haynes (1884 - 1962) are considered to be photo historians of Yellowstone National Park. Their beautiful hand tinted photographs document the early history of the Park.Prior to the advent of color photography, the Haynes Studios of Yellowstone National Park and St. Paul, MN perfected the process of hand coloring the black and white photos of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These original works are now coveted by collectors worldwide. All (12) prints measure about 10 X 12 inches and each one comes matted in an individual green heavy stock folder, these were Hand Painted By J. These can be individually framed and hung on the wall for years of enjoyment. Photos Include: (1) Jupiter & Pulpit Terraces. (5) Castle Well & Castle Cone. (8) Rapids above the Upper Fall.
(9) Great Falls 360 Feet. (10) Point Lookout and Great Falls. (11) Grand Cayon from Brink. (12) Inspiration Point from Grand View There are a few small water spots and age of course but the pictures are free of staining and in very good condition.As you can see in the photos. Haynes Photo Historian of Yellowstone Park 12 Hand Painted Pictures/Box" is in sale since Friday, July 31, 2015. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Fairs, Parks & Architecture\National Parks". The seller is "watchuswin05" and is located in Montpelier, Vermont. This item can be shipped to United States.