At the canyon’s edge: figures on “The Devil’s Anvil” overhang, 3000 feet above the Colorado River. Back: Klett and Wolfe, 2010. Figures on the Devil's Anvil.
Overlay: William Bell, 1872. Devil’s Anvil, Sheavwitz Crossing Near Foot of Toroweap Valley, River 3000 Feet Below, Colorado River. (Courtesy National Archives).

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Title

At the canyon’s edge: figures on “The Devil’s Anvil” overhang, 3000 feet above the Colorado River. Back: Klett and Wolfe, 2010. Figures on the Devil's Anvil.
Overlay: William Bell, 1872. Devil’s Anvil, Sheavwitz Crossing Near Foot of Toroweap Valley, River 3000 Feet Below, Colorado River. (Courtesy National Archives).

Creator

Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe

Source

https://www.klettandwolfe.com/

Date

2010

Contributor

On loan from artists

Rights

All Rights Reserved

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Original Format

Digital inkjet print

Physical Dimensions

8.5”h x 19”w

Files

AnvilStereoBig.jpg

Collection

Citation

Mark Klett and Byron Wolfe, “At the canyon’s edge: figures on “The Devil’s Anvil” overhang, 3000 feet above the Colorado River. Back: Klett and Wolfe, 2010. Figures on the Devil's Anvil.
Overlay: William Bell, 1872. Devil’s Anvil, Sheavwitz Crossing Near Foot of Toroweap Valley, River 3000 Feet Below, Colorado River. (Courtesy National Archives).
,” Landscape through the Lens, accessed October 22, 2021, https://williamhenryjackson.ohio5.org/items/show/15.

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