A reproduction print of the Catostomus, or Longnose Sucker, Moxostoma, or White Sucker, and Uranidea, or Rocky Mountain Sculpin, from the "Report upon United States Geographical Surveys, West of the 100th Meridian" by George M. Wheeler. The US Army Corps of Engineers surveyed over 361,000 square miles from 1869 to 1879 in pursuit of creating a detailed topographic map of the West. Wheeler's monumental work was published in 7 volumes from 1875 to 1889. The original chromolithographic print was prepared as part of the survey and was published in volume 5 of the collection in 1875.
Made in the USA
We consider our maps to be works of art, so we print and frame them accordingly. We offer two choices of print surfaces: fine-art archival paper and stretched canvas.
Every map is custom printed. We have no inventory. Only when we receive your order do we produce your print on our 12-color giclée printer, using top-quality archival inks that will never fade.
Fine Art Paper - Museum-quality paper and inks assure sharp details, true colors, and exceptional durability.
- Archival Paper and Inks
- 100% cotton
- OBA-Free and Acid-Free
- Heavyweight 21.5 mil
- Certified to last 100 years
Frames - Hardwood frames in Maple, Walnut, or Black-Stained Walnut, handmade to order for your fine art paper print. We send each print to a professional frame shop to be custom framed and are not eligible for return. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery.
- Real Walnut, not veneer
- 7/8 inch face and 1 1/2 inch depth
- Clear Acrylite glazing
- Hanging wire installed
- 8.5 x11 inch image has a 1.5 inch white mat, frame size is 11.5 x 14 inch
- 16x20 inch image does not have a white mat, frame size 16.5 x 20.5 inch