The visible portion of the print measures 6 3/4 x 19 5/8 inches and features a large herd of cattle being rounded up by some cowboys on horseback with a large mountain peak in the distant background. The print has been colorized with water colors. The print is marked at the bottom in white ink "The Round-up at work, Sand Flats of Big Dry Montana, August 1900, Seven Wagons, 2000 Saddle Horses, 100 Riders, 50 Reps, Eight cuts in sight, 6000 cattle in the Round-up," followed by L.A. Huffman's Miles City copyright. The frame is hardwood and measures approximately 14 x 26 1/2 inches. Laton Alton Huffman (1854-1931) was among the few photographers to photograph the reality ranching life in Montana in the late 19th century and enlarged many of his earlier photographs later in his life.
Excellent, the image distinct and showing vibrant color, minimal wear or fading, and some faint staining on the matting. The frame is also excellent with a few scattered light handling/storage marks.
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