1883 Birdseye Bozeman Print
This is a rare 1883 birdseye map of Bozeman, Montana Territory, looking east toward Bozeman Pass. The artist is Henry Wellge (1850-1917). The Northern Pacific Railroad extended its line west from Livingston to Bozeman in 1883. Wellge was known for his birdseye views and did a similar map of Livingston looking south. He also produced a 1904 chromolitho birdseye of Yellowstone National Park looking south. Architect’s Wife has these 3 birdseye views by Wellge and a fourth 1907 birdseye view of Bozeman looking south by Merritt Houghton (1846-1918). These 4 birdseye views are reproduced in fine detail. They are thought provoking and make exceptional décor pieces.
This is a museum-quality fine art print—adding style to any room's decor. We print on demand. Our prints are 8-color giclee using archival matte paper and inks. Giclee prints produce accurate colors and fine details. They will last for years. We edit every art print for quality and color so it looks great while retaining its historical charm. Your unframed poster ships crease-free, rolled in a sturdy tube. You can order with confidence. Our printer has been producing fine art prints for 25 years. Contact us if you have any questions.