Born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1912, Arthur Dailey was a cowboy before he became a photographer, working every job at Eatons' Ranch in Wolf, Wyoming, from waiter to wrangler and later becoming a seasoned dude. As a teenager at Eatons' Ranch Dailey learned his love for horses and how to photograph them in action. After graduating from the University of Illinois, Dailey joined Eastman Kodak as a copywriter, but was quickly transferred to the photography department, where he began to develop his extraordinary technique. His photography has been sold to National Geographic, numerous publications and magazines, and used in advertisements and billboards seen across the country in the late 1930's.
Photo is framed to 24 inches by 17 inches wall art. Great for a western themed room. Great holiday gift for western photography lover. Beautiful frame already prepared for hanging with wire.