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Grafton Tyler Brown, Yellowstone Falls, 1891. Oil on canvas, 21 x 14 1/2 in. (53 x 37 cm). Museum purchase from the William A. Oates, Jr. Fund for American Western Art and gift of Marjorie M. Fisher. Accession Number: 2018.138.
Look. Connect. Create.
While doing this puzzle, have fun slowing down and noticing the details in each piece. Click on the work’s title above to see a high-quality zoomable version.
To learn more about the work, read the label information. You’ll find the name of the artist, the name of the work, and when it was created. If you want to know more, you can do an internet search for the artist and the work.
When you finish, take some time to think about your experience:
- As you look at the entire work of art, what story do you think it tells?
- Are there any details that took some time for you to notice?
- Think about connections to your own life experiences and knowledge. Is there anything that reminds you of your own life, or does this work of art teach you something new?