Late in his career Benton concentrated on landscapes, many of which were inspired by sketching trips to rural areas. Although most of these represented farming activities, he was also attracted to spectacular mountain vistas like the one depicted in Trail Riders. The painting was inspired by a 1964 trip to the Canadian Rockies that Benton took with his good friend the Kansas City attorney Lyman Field.
This archival quality giclee is framed with PFI moulding and glazed with UV blocking Conservation Clear Glass.
Measures 43.5 x 35.5 inches Outside