38 x 48 limited edition (only 250 available) signed & numbered canvas by artist Howard Terpning
The Quohadi (the antelope clan) were the last of the Comanche people to surrender. "This scene represents the symbol of their strength as they clung to their old way of life as a warrior society. The sun is low on the horizon and the cottonwood trees cast long shadows that forebode the demise of their culture as they know it.” -- Howard TerpningThis print is signed and numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity (COA).
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