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 Maud Bottler  (late 19th century)

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Lived/Active: Montana      Known for: landscape

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Maud Bottler, likely an amateur painter, did several landscape paintings of locations near Yellowstone National Park. According to a Park Service official, her family homesteaded about 30 miles north of Yellowstone in 1868.

Controversy surrounds whether or not she was among the first artists, perhaps the first, to depict scenes of Yellowstone. Norman Tveit, researcher of early art of Yellowstone, asserts that Bottler was the first artist and writes the following, January 2004:

"It is a no-brainer to include Maud Bottler as relevant and significant to Yellowstone National Park history. Her family operated the first entrance to "Yellowstone" before it was a national park. They are the first family of the Yellowstone, so to speak. Maud was a regional artist, not part of any topographical survey. But her home region was and is important to American history. Her artwork is valid and unique because it is and was her personal response to her environment...even if it was fanciful.

In 1997, Park Service researchers blocked my presentation of Maud Bottler's art at the Park's 125th Anniversary Conference entitled:"People and Place: The Human Experience in the Greater Yellowstone".




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