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The John Moulton Homestead



20" W X
16" H X
" D
1 Lbs

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Everybody wants to live the life of John Dutton on the Yellowstone Ranch. Long before Taylor Sheridan began filling our Sunday evenings with Yellowstone, there was a real homesteader who raised cattle a stone’s throw from Yellowstone National Park. That man, John Moulton, and his Brother Thomas Alma Moulton each settled on 80 acres in the Jackson Hole Valley. The brother’s barns are both part of the Mormon Row Historic District in what is now Grand Teton National Park.

The John Moulton Barn and the nearby TA Moulton Barn are two of the most photographed barns in the world. But, this image is different than the others you will see. After a night of heavy rain, a large puddle formed in front of the barn. As the sun began to rise over the mountains in the east and fill the Jackson Hole Valley with light, the barn of the old homestead reflected in the puddle to create a unique image of this famous landmark.

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This is a 1 off print. Only 1 print will be made and sold of this image. The print measures 16" x 20", and is printed on Pro Luster Paper, 260 g/m2, with archival inks rated to last 200 years. The print is embossed with a logo, the name of the photographer, and the words Limited Edition. The print is also hand signed and number 1/1 with an acid free pen. Also included is a Certificate of Authenticity with the details of the print and the photo. The print is handled exclusively with gloves, from the time the paper is removed from its climate controlled storage to the time it is placed in its protective sleeve for shipping. These gloves ensure the print is not affected by oils or fingerprints.
Height: 16"
Width: 20"
Weight: 1 lbs
Framed: No
Glass: No
Ready to Hang: No
Signed: No


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Artist Info

Untitled design (45)
Commerce City,

My passion is to travel and take photos and videos that document my journeys. I first picked up a camera during a photography class in high school and have been an avid photographer since that moment. I used photography as a way of sharing my travels and duty assignments with my family and friends during my 20-year career in the United States Air Force.

I am currently based in Commerce City, Colorado and enjoy taking photos in Colorful Colorado and beyond. Commerce City is home to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and is a phenomenal site to see bison, bald eagles, ferrets, deer, coyotes, and more, all in the backdrop of the Mile High City. In addition to photographing the majestic Rocky Mountains, I make frequent trips to Jackson, Wyoming to photograph Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. I have had the pleasure of visiting half of our National Parks, as well as some in Canada and look forward to continuing my bucket list goal of seeing them all.

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