Landscape: a new story of possibility in the changing American West

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Distributed by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation,
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[1996]
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"Public perceptions of the American West have been molded, in part, by the wilderness images of nineteenth century artist Albert Bierstadt and the cowboy paintings of Charles M. Russell. Although these two views of the West are endlessly appealing, we cannot continue to base our decisions on historic perceptions of the West that have been swept away by the passing of time. Landscape is the story of Larry Zabel's quest to create a new image of today's West. How, he wonders, can the visions of Bierstadt and Russell be fused? Or, can the visions come together in some kind of common ground? Can he bring these two historic views of the American West to the same canvas?"--Container.
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auth_author2 Bruman, Michael,, Gurnett, Mike,, Kates, Bernard,, Riggan, Marshall,, Zabel, Larry.
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subject_facet Art -- West (U.S.), Cattle -- Habitat -- Montana, Documentary television programs, Elk -- Habitat -- Montana, Grazing -- Montana, Habitat (Ecology) -- Montana, Range management -- Montana
title_display Landscape a new story of possibility in the changing American West
title_full Landscape [videorecording] : a new story of possibility in the changing American West / produced by the Montana Livestock/Big Game "Seeking Common Ground" Coordinating Committee ; directed by Mike Garnett ; written by Marshall Riggan ; a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks documentary
title_short Landscape
title_sub a new story of possibility in the changing American West
topic_facet Art, Cattle, Elk, Grazing, Habitat, Habitat (Ecology), Range management