The sweet grass hills of Montana (Kutoyisiks) as seen from the Milk river of Alberta (Kinuksisakta).Turin: Sperone editore, 1971. 12mo.; illustrated throughout in b+w; card covers; perfect binding, a few pages a bit loosened; black dust-cover, several small chips at edges. First edition. Signed by Fulton, first interior page.
Fulton's second publication. Very scarce. Two pages of introductory text: "These paintings are presented in the order they were painted. They were made in one sitting. Each painting is made from the memory of the previous one. The first painting is made from the memory of the Sweet Grass Hills of Montana as seen from the Milk River of Alberta. The Sweet Grass Hills were used by the Blackfeet Indians as a lookout place for spying buffalo herds in the vast flat surrounding prairie land."