The first comprehensive monograph on impressionistic western landscape artist Archie Boyd Teater (1901-1978), this volume features a detailed biography of the artist, an analysis of his work and reproductions of more than two hundred of his paintings. Included is work from all periods of Teater's life and in all of his motifs, especially as they relate to Idaho, the Grand Tetons, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, but also including representative selections from his International Collection, gleaned from his travels to more than one hundred countries around the world, including New York City, San Francisco, New Orleans, Uruguay, France, Spain, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Egypt and Afghanistan.
LESTER D. TAYLOR has a Ph.D. from Harvard University and taught economics at Harvard, the University of Michigan, and the University of Arizona for forty-two years. He is the author of more than a dozen books, including Consumer Demand in the United States and Capital, Accumulation, and Money. He first became aware of Archie Teater in the summer of 1957 while working a summer job at Jackson Lake Lodge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and has since accumulated a large personal collection of Teater paintings. When not at his summer home in Jackson Hole, he resides in Tucson, Arizona.