Betty and the Seagulls | Minerva Teichert Print | Paper
Commemorate the miracle of the gulls with this lively painting by LDS artist Minerva Teichert. Featuring a woman in a red dress with outstretched arms, Betty and the Seagulls illustrates the day the Great Salt Lake's seagulls saved the pioneer settlers' crops from Mormon crickets.
Betty and the Seagulls
by Minerva Teichert
Museum quality print on paper (see lead times and sizes below):
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14 x 13 in (35 x 33 cm) - In stock
These dimensions represent the size of the image on each print, and will include a minimum of 1/4 inch white paper border for easier matting and framing. You or your framer may trim the excess if desired. Some prints include text related to the printing process on these borders that would not be visible after matting or framing.
A descendant of Mormon pioneers, Minerva Kohlhepp Teichert (1888-1976), painted the legends of the American West at a time when the memories were still fresh. She's known for her gestural renderings of cowboys, pioneers, and the strong women who carved out new lives in the new west.