Columbia River from Frenchman Coulee, 1999
Gelatin silver contact print from large format negative
24 x 30 inches, framed to 25 x 31 inches
Edition of 3
Retail value $900
© and courtesy Richard Lewis; framing courtesy Lucky Rabbet Framing
The print, Columbia River from Frenchman Coulee is a 24 x 30 inch contact print from a negative created in a homemade, wooden, mammoth format camera. It references the 19th century survey photos of the American West in content and style.
Richard Lewis currently resides in Rockport, Washington. This image is from his portfolio that was exhibited in solo show at the PCNW gallery in October, 2000. The work has also been exhibited at the Gail Gibson Gallery and is in several museum collections including Henry Art gallery, Houston Museum of Fine Art, and in various private collections.