Timeless Reflections of an American Indian Man and Woman in a Canoe
 

Timeless Reflections

INDIAN MAN AND WOMAN IN CANOE - The oral history of Native Americans provided the inspiration for this picture.  In the 1700's many Mohawk men worked for The Hudson Bay Company as trappers, often traveling great distances to obtain furs.  Some of the warriors made the decision to stay in the west and took women from the Blackfoot tribe as wives.  In this picture the Mohawk is sitting in the front of the canoe to make it more convenient to check his traps ... his Blackfoot wife is in the back of the canoe.
The image is 20 inches wide by 24 inches high (51 cm x 61 cm) with a 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) white border.
Total size is 23 inches wide by 27 inches high (59 cm x 69 cm).
Price $95
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