The quick frame option comes ready to hang and framed as shown, with acrylic glass and a solid wood black frame, no mats.
Union Pacific Sun Valley Summer Fine Art Giclee Print
This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring some horseback riders enjoying the view in Sun Valley, Idaho. Sun Valley was the brainchild of W.˜Averell Harriman, chief executive of the Union Pacific Railroad and future governor of New York.˜ The businessman in Harriman was looking for way to build passenger traffic to the West, and the avid skier in him wanted a venue that evoked the old world charm of the Swiss and Austrian Alps. To these ends he commissioned a young count, Felix Schaffgotsch to scour the country for the perfect site, and in 1936 (after the likes of Aspen, Yosemite and Mt. Rainier were passed up) Ketchum was ' discovered' . In just 7 months and at a cost of $1.5 million, four-story lodge was constructed on the former Brass Ranch lands, and ski runs were created on Dollar and Proctor Mountains.˜ (Bald Mountain wasn't even part of the original plans, as it was beyond the ski technology of the 1930's.˜ Compare the current vertical drop of Baldy's runs at 3,400 feet with Dollar's 628 feet.)