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Prospecting The Past—Virginia City, Montana (poster)

$40.00

22” x 33” Monte Dolack poster

“Prospecting the Past”—Virginia City, Montana was created in 2005 to raise funds for a special endowment at the Montana History Foundation known as the Pioneer Fund.  This endowment pays for much needed projects in the areas of preservation, education and curation in Virginia and Nevada Cities.

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By Monte Dolack

Poster size 22” x 33”

Poster price $40.00

“Prospecting the Past”—Virginia City, Montana was created in 2005 to raise funds for a special endowment at the Montana History Foundation known as the Pioneer Fund.  This endowment pays for much needed projects in the areas of preservation, education and curation in Virginia and Nevada Cities.

About the Artist:

A native of Great Falls, Montana, Monte Dolack grew up surrounded by the same sweeping vistas and Big Sky that inspired Charles Russell. His love of Montana and his passion for the West’s diverse landscapes and wildlife are evident in the art, prints and posters he creates and the commissions he accepts. After studying art at Montana State University and The University of Montana, Monte opened his first studio in the mid-1970s, beginning a successful career in fine art and graphics. His best-known early works depict wild animals wreaking havoc in human homes. The irresistible appeal of these art, prints and posters helped build Monte’s national reputation and continues to attract collectors.

Monte has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards in the course of his career, and his art, prints and posters are a part of the collection of the Library of Congress; Patagonia, Inc.; the National Wildlife Foundation and numerous other museums and corporations. He was recently selected by the Missoulian as one of the 100 most influential Montanans of the twentieth century.

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 22 × 2 × 2 in
Version

Print, Signed Print, Publisher's Proof Print