Andy Anderson: Cowboys and Gauchos
Enamored with the outdoors, Andy usually documents pastoral landscapes; traveling to places near and far. He has a particular urgency in his travels; wanting to see the world and capture scenes before the ruggedness of the outdoors disappears. Seeing as horses were practically in his DNA, and his curiosity being the fuel to his photography, he set off to South America to document landscapes, horses, gauchos, and old-style ranching where it all began.
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership unites and amplifies our partners’ voices to advance America’s legacy of conservation, habitat, and access. In 1912, Roosevelt said, “There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country.” While in the political arena, he succeeded in making conservation a top-tier national issue. T.R. had the foresight to address these issues still so significant to sportsmen today, understanding that if we want to safeguard critical habitat, productive hunting grounds, and favorite fishing holes for future generations, we must plan carefully today.
Sizing, Printing and Pricing
The total cost of the print includes a donation that the buyer makes to the charity directly at the time of purchase. The buyer receives the tax benefits and the immediate satisfaction of knowing that through their purchase they made a difference. Once the donation is made, the buyer then purchases the print from Giving Photography for the remainder of the amount.
Listed price is inclusive of donation, shipping and printing costs. Framing and mounting not included.
Anything larger we can price upon request.
Prints shipped for this price to US only. International shipping will be estimated on a country-by-country basis.
All prints are printed on Hahnemhühle Bright White Photo Rag 310 gram paper.
All prints come signed by Andy Anderson and are open editions.