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Note: All artwork less than 75 years old will be subject to copyright of the artists. Contact the artists for permission to reproduce.
Painting by Herbert A. Collins Sr.
Date is unknown, but it was painted around the time the Muir Woods National Monument was established - 1908.
The original painting is housed at Muir Woods National Monument.
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Portrait of John Muir by Marion Boyd Allen
Marion Boyd Allen was a distinguished
portrait painter from Boston. The painting was found in an abandoned
storage locker at her studio in 1973. The painting measures 30" x 37".
From the collection of Dr. E. Scott Conner
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This image appeared on the book cover for John Muir by
Thurman Wilkins. It was originally used on the cover of
for the March/April 1985 issue.
Used by permission of Joan Hamilton, Sierra editor.
The original art work is in her office. Photograph of painting by Graham White.
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John Muir, Poster by Larry Winborg
(available for sale at Yosemite National Park Bookstore)
John Muir by Nancy Middendorf
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Print by Art Smith
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National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Painted by Orlando Rouland (1871-1945), 1919?. Oil canvas.
Original painting is 92 cm x 71.5 cm (36 1/4" x 18 1/8")
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Watercolor Painting of John Muir in Yosemite
Painting by Susan Barry (2000)
Painting of John Muir in Kings Canyon National Park - Grant Grove
On display at John Muir Lodge, Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park.
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Painting by Colleen Mitchell Veyna (2000)
Painting of Statue of John Muir - Dunbar High Street.
Prints available from John Muir Trust, Scotland.
Painting by Paul Craven (2000)
Painting of John Muir commissioned for the Conservation Hall of Fame, National Wildlife Federation. 1965. More from NWF...
Painting by Rudolph Wendelin (1965)
Painting of John Muir by Robert Shetterly. (2003) The painting is part of Shetterly's series on "Americans
Who Tell the Truth."
The text in the background is John Muir's quote:
The battle we have fought, and are still fighting for the forests is a part of the eternal conflict between right and wrong, and we cannot expect to see the end of it. ... So we must count on watching and striving for these trees, and should always be glad to find anything so surely good and noble to strive for."
For identification of more portraits in art and sculpture (without images), see our listing of John Muir art and sculpture from the National Catalog of American Portraits page.
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