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This is one of a series of American Indian paintings that are imaginatively changed to update the image of various tribes. This image is called: "Woodlands" to mirror the American indians of the Eastern part of the continent. Early Colonists encountered these tribes in the forested New England area. The headdress is unique for each culture -- this one was taken from a painting by Karl Bodner, c.1850

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This artwork is sold by Joseph M. Hutchinson from United States

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