7 edition of Imagining the open range found in the catalog.
|Statement||B. Byron Price.|
|Contributions||Smith, E. 1886-1947., Amon Carter Museum of Western Art., National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center., Buffalo Bill Historical Center.|
|LC Classifications||TR140.S59 P75 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||97045729|
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Imagining the Open Range is extensively illustrated with Smith's compelling photographs. From the Inside Flap. Erwin E. Smith () always wanted to be a cowboy and an artist.
As a teenager he worked on various Texas and New Mexico ranches during the summer and soon turned to photography as a way a to preserve the open range cowboy life 5/5(2). One of the rare novels where the movie version is better, but the book is passable on its own.
Fun, light Western story, but not nearly as gripping as say, Lonesome Dove, but that's a pretty high standard. Open Range is certainly just as good if not better than a lot of Louis L'Amour or Zane Grey stories.4/5. This week I read “Open Range”, by Lauran Paine. As many of you know, this book was the source of the movie of the same name, starring Robert Duval and Kevin Costner.
In my opinion, “Open Range” was the best big screen western of the post-“Tombstone” era. Though, admittedly, it pretty much had the field to itself/5(). Get this from a library. Imagining the open range: Erwin E.
Smith, cowboy photographer. [B Byron Price; Erwin E Smith; Amon Carter Museum of Western Art.; National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center.; Buffalo Bill Historical Center.] -- In the first comprehensive biography of Smith, Byron Price has drawn on Smith's archives and the history of southwestern ranch life in the early.
Kevin Costner's film "Open Range" is better than the book it is adapted from. All the characters are in Paine's novel, including a few more, but Charley and Boss come across as passive and tragic in the novel compared to their portrayal in the movie/5.
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The publication, also titled Imagining the Open Range: Erwin E. Smith, Cowboy Photographer, is authored by B. Byron Price, Director of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming. An authority on western American history, Price drew from Smith's archives and the history of southwestern ranch life in the early twentieth century.
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