This scarce print has long been sold out and very hard to find. It is number 618 of 950 and measures (mage) 13.5" by 11" with nice white borders. Hand titled, numbered and signed by Rie Munoz.
Deemed as Alaska's most famous artist, Rie Munoz (ree moo-nyos), a Dutch-American, was born and raised in California. She has lived in Alaska since 1951, when she traveled up the Inside Passage by steamship, fell in love with Juneau, and gave herself until the boat left the next day to find a job and a place to live. Her paintings reflect an interest in the day-to-day activities of village life such as fishing, berry picking, children at play, as well as her love of folklore and legend. Shipping and Insurance is included within the Continental United States at a flat rate to make it hassle free for you to purchase this fine limited edition print.
"The Caribou Hotel is located in Carcross, Yukon Territory. It's the tallest building in a community of several hundred. The town also boasts a general store, gas station, train station, bar and several churches. It's on the shores of Lake Bennett. The name Carcross is a contraction of Caribou Crossing, owing to the huge herds of migrating caribou that, in the past, crossed the River at that location. Hence also the name Caribou Hotel."
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