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Invasive Basalt, Seal Rocks State Park, Oregon, from The Great Northwest Portfolio

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Terry Toedtemeier, Invasive Basalt, Seal Rocks State Park, Oregon, from The Great Northwest Portfolio, 2001, inkjet print, Museum Purchase: Funds provided by the Photography Council, © Estate of Terry Toedtemeier, 2008.53n

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Title

Invasive Basalt, Seal Rocks State Park, Oregon, from The Great Northwest Portfolio

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series (original language): The Great Northwest Portfolio

Artist

Terry Toedtemeier (American, 1947-2008)

Date

2001

Medium

inkjet print

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 14 1/8 in x 18 in; sheet: 15 15/16 in x 20 in

Inscriptions & Markings

title: Invasive Basalt, Seal Rocks, Oregon 2001, black ink, verso; lower left

signature: T. Toedtemeier, black ink, verso; lower right

Collection Area

Photography; Northwest Art

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

American

Credit Line

Museum Purchase: Funds provided by the Photography Council

Accession Number

2008.53n

Copyright

© Estate of Terry Toedtemeier

Terms

basalt

inkjet prints

landscapes

photographs

Picturing Oregon

Place Made

Created in and depicts: Seal Rocks

Created in and depicts: Oregon

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