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“The great spirit raised both the white man and the Indian, I think he raised the Indian first” - Red Cloud (1865)

An A3 high-quality Glicée print on stunning museum etching paper with a 1.5cm border, inspired by the real Native American chief named Red Cloud, he was an Oglala Lakota Chief from 1865-1909. He was known for forcing the United States Army to abandon their forts along the Bozeman Trail. Featuring Wilson Venables’ iconic techniques featuring a unique mixture of Native American artwork as well as traditional Japanese ink and brush techniques.

A3 Giclée Print “Red Cloud”

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