31 x 24 3/4 limited edition print (450 in edition) by artist Tom Lovell
This print is signed & numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity
In July 1806, the Lewis and Clark Expedition had an unfortunate encounter with eight Piegan warriors (a branch of the Blackfeet Confederacy) and two Indians were killed in an attempted theft of weapons.
As a direct result, the white men were regarded as hostiles in that part of Montana for the next fifty years.
This painting is symbolic in the portrayal of a Blackfeet war party sitting on their ponies and forming a barrier against all American invaders.
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