Subject: Native American Indians Dimensions (inches): 20 x 16 Medium: Oil on Canvas Description: The Woodland Indians once called the vast forests of the Eastern United States home. They believed they were a part of nature, not at odds with it. They could not understand then white man's concept of ownership. The land and all the living creatures were a gift from the great spirit, Mannito. They took only what they needed. They believed the land was a treasure in trust, given to them to use wisely and well so that it could be passed on to future generations. Only now in the 21st century are we starting to embrace this concept. During the 18th century the Native Americans were thought to be primitive savages. But in some ways they were ahead of their time.
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18"h x 14"w Giclee' print on canvas signed limited edition
18"h x 14"w giclee print on archival paper signed limited edition Edition Size: 500 Price: $150.00 US
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