War Cry DeHaan Signed Lithographic Print

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War Cry DeHaan Signed Lithographic Print
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"The story of the relationship of Native peoples and horses is one of the great sagas of human contact with the animal world…When American Indians encountered horses-which some tribes call the Horse Nation-they found an ally, inspiring and useful in times of peace, and intrepid in times of war. Horses transformed Native life and became a central part of many tribal cultures." [REF: The National Museum of American Indians]. This piece entitled "War Cry" paints a fierce image of the Native American warrior. The imagine shows two Native men engaged in battle, with their horses appearing triumphantly brave. Artist Chuck Dehaan was born and raised around the horse. He is known to collectors as a cowboy artist and often showcases the use of the horse in the American West. This is a professionally framed limited edition lithographic print. It is number 672 of 925 and signed by Dehaan. His signature can be seen on the lower right corner. The print was produced by Guildhall Press in 1990, and comes with its own certificate of authenticity which is located on the back. There is also another certificate of authenticity from the American International Art Commissions and Appraisers, which is also located on the back. The frame measures 36" x 29.5", while the print measures 18.5" x 25" The piece is in excellent condition.City: County: State: Date: 1989