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Lyman Byxbe was born in Illinois in 1886. He became a successful commercial artist in Omaha, Nebraska, where he studied the art of etching under architect Mark Levings. In 1938 he moved to Estes Park, Colorado, where he had a summer studio for many years. He is most famous for his copper plate etchings, especially those of Rocky Mountain National Park. He also did hand painted photographs, miniature etchings, watercolors and oil paintings.
He is represented in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Arts, The Smithsonian Institute, and the Library of Congress.