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'Eucalyptus Grove' by Everett Ruess (March 28, 1914 – November, 1934?): a young artist, poet and writer who explored nature - including the High Sierra, California Coast and the deserts of the American southwest, invariably alone. His fate while traveling through a remote area of Utah has been a mystery for many years. Sounds like the basis for an interesting book or movie...!

Everett Ruess - Ken Sanders Rare Books - A full service antiquarian bookshop in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.

Sky Seekers, Everett Ruess - Part of the BDAC Permanent Collection

Sky Seekers, Everett Ruess - Part of the BDAC Permanent Collection

Everett Ruess was a young artist, poet and writer who explored nature including the High Sierra, California Coast and the deserts of the American southwest, invariably alone. Born in 1914, he disappeared some time in 1934 in the Utah wilderness and his remains have never been recovered. Several of his woodblock prints will be exhibited.

Everett Ruess was a young artist, poet and writer who explored nature including the High Sierra, California Coast and the deserts of the American southwest, invariably alone. Born in 1914, he disappeared some time in 1934 in the Utah wilderness and his remains have never been recovered. Several of his woodblock prints will be exhibited.

'Saguaro, Sabino Canyon AZ' (2008) by American artist & printmaker Thayer Carter (b.1942). Woodcut print on paper. via the artist's site

'Saguaro, Sabino Canyon AZ' by American artist & printmaker Thayer Carter Woodcut print on paper.

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Back of Beyond Books specializes in regional and natural history titles of the Colorado Plateau and beyond.

Everett Ruess - artist, poet and writer who explored nature including the High Sierra, California Coast and the deserts of the American southwest, invariably alone. His fate while traveling through a remote area of Utah has been a mystery for many years.

Everett Ruess - artist, poet and writer who explored nature including the High Sierra, California Coast and the deserts of the American southwest, invariably alone. His fate while traveling through a remote area of Utah has been a mystery for many years.

Carroll Thayer Berry, Ogunquit Artist Fishing Shacks, Perkins Cove. Linocut 1936. Carroll Thayer Berry was an American artist who grew up in Maine, and whose work is often said to be emblematic of New England, especially the seacoast. In addition, he was one of first U.S. artists to be assigned to camouflage in World War I. www.ogunquitbeachinn.com

Block Print by Carroll Thayer Berry - He made many wood and linoleum block prints with an emphasis on the sights of Maine, where he spent most of his life.

Everett Ruess disparu en 1934

Everett Ruess: An Open, Shut (and Open Again) Case

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