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Bear Mountain Giclee print

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This Dwight Shepler watercolor shows Schussverein Ski Club member Bob Hurlburt skiing on the Bear Mountain Trail. Hurlburt was a resident at Massachusetts General Hospital before being killed in action in 1944 in the navy. The Schussverein, which had a lodge in nearby Bartlett, ran invitational races on the Bear Notch Trail starting in 1937.


Giclée print on high quality 100% acid free rag paper.

20 1/2″ x 14 1/2″, 17" x 23" with border

These Giclée (‘gee-clay’) posters are fine art prints created exclusively for us by Stinehour Editions of Lunenburg, VT from originals in the Ski Museum collection. They are printed on acid-free rag paper with permanent pigmented inks, a combination producing the widest possible color gamut and saturation in matching the original. There is a white border around the image.

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