For more than 50 years, Clyde Butcher has been creating exquisite black and white photographs of the untouched natural landscapes of North America. Internationally renowned, his stunning silver gelatin photographs (ranging up to 5x9 feet) transport the viewer into the primordial beauty of expansive horizons, endless vistas, and seldom seen splendor of the wilderness. His powerful images explore not only his own personal bond with the environment but beckon us to our own personal communion with the natural world. The scale and extraordinary clarity of his work set it apart as exceptional. In the tradition of the nineteenth-century Hudson River School painters, Clyde composes his works at pristine and untarnished locations across the United States, creating arresting compositions that distinctly mark him as the foremost landscape photographer in America today.