Tom Lovell - Time of the Cold-Maker

Winter has always been a brutal season on the plains of North Dakota. Skin Lodges provided little protection from the icy winds that blew down from the north. But the Mandans stayed warm in their comfortable homes of earth and wood. By 1750, the Mandans had acquired horses and buffalo hunting took on a great significances in their lives. Now they could lay up ample stores of meat to supplement the vegetables they grew and the heavy buffalo robes kept them warm in the blizzards.

Mandans attached special importantance to their horses. During winter days, the horses were loose-herded in the shelter of nearby cottonwood groves. At sundown, the prized buffalo horses were brought into lodges for warmth and security. - TL


Tom Lovell - Time of the Cold-Maker

Release Year: 1975
Size: 18 x 33
Form: limited edition print on paper
Edition Size: 500 numbered and hand signed by the artist
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Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: LOVTI1

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