Bierstadt traveled to the Colorado Rocky Mountains where he was taken up to the Chicago Lakes beneath Mount Evans. The painting is named after Bierstadt's mistress and, at the time, his friend's wife, Rosalie Osborne Ludlow. The painting, measuring at 210.8 × 361.3 cm (83.0 × 142.2 in), is exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, who acquired it in 1976.
We print directly on aluminum substrates. This material is more rigid and long lasting than canvas. It keeps the colors sharper and closer to the originals. Material is 1/16 th of an inch thick, is waterproof and can be placed outdoors.
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