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Long's Peak



Longs Peak from Trail Ridge Road

Size of original painting: 9” x 12”

Long’s Peak is the highest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, with an elevation of 14,259 ft.  The first recorded sighting of this mountain was made by Stephen Long’s surveying expedition in 1820, and is named after the expedition leader.  The first recorded climb was made in 1868 by John Wesley Powell.  The original painting was commissioned by the ColoradoRecorder Orchestra director Rosi Terada. Her husband, Dr. James Terada organized a two week performance tour in Japan for the orchestra in 2006.  The orchestra presented this painting as a gift to Governor Saito of Yamagata.

   

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