A piece for your vacation or ski home or rustic country cabin: three panels framed in wood, with color prints featuring Native American Indians. In one panel, a brave fires an arrow as his dogs watch; in the middle panel, Indians around a camp fire watch as one of their members fires a flaming arrow to the sky; and in the final panel, a brave with headdress sits, cradling a rifle in his lap. The prints were made by 1905 by the Taber-Prang Art Company of Springfield, Massachusetts (as seen at lower left of middle panel). The condition is a little rough, the prints having some puckering and a few losses from contact with the glass over time. Apparently there used to be decorative arrows, tipis, and quivers on the frame; they have pretty much fallen away, leaving their imprints. At lower right some original relief of the frame remains. Found in Maine. Measures 15" by 34 1/2" overall.
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