23 x 15 signed & numbered giclee on canvas (35 in edition) by artist John Buxton
Plunder was as vital a means of support on the frontier as trade. After distribution of any “windfall” among the tribe, the surplus would be hidden in a secure location. Artist John Buxton’s choice of a zig-zag composition draws your eye continuously up and down the painting. The only verticals in the painting are the Indians themselves, causing you to stop and inspect what each one is doing. The lack of a strong source of light adds to the secretive nature of the moment. Your eyes never leave the painting.This signed and numbered giclee comes with a certificate of authenticity (COA).
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