Bring the work of artist Minerva Teichert into your home with this museum quality print on paper. Known for her depictions of wagons crossing the the plains, Teichert's painting Not Alone embodies the fortitude of those hardy pioneers.
Commissioned in 1917 by William A. Hyde of Pocatello, Idaho, Not Alone shows a mother and son with an army of angels at their side. Unique among Minerva Teichert's other great migration works, this painting features the deep brush of the Intermountain West and a golden, twilight sky - perhaps suggesting the hardy pair is nearing their new home.
The original painting is currently on display at the LDS temple in Idaho Falls.
Prints can take up to 4-6 weeks, but often are shipped faster.
Print sizes available:
11x14 (1 IN STOCK)
20x16 (SPECIAL ORDER)
28x22 (SPECIAL ORDER)
36x28 (SPECIAL ORDER)
48x38 (SPECIAL ORDER)
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 will not be visible after matting or framing.
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by Minerva Teichert
Pioneer mother and child in plaid
Covered wagon with oxen
Angel soldiers at their side
"Not Alone 1847" banner at bottom
Semi gloss paper (see angle photo for sheen)