Howard Terpning - Tribute to the Plains People

Book and canvas numbered as a matching set. Clothbound Slipcased Book is 12" h x 14" w, 184 pages, 126 illustrations and is hand signed by Howard Terpning and numbered.

This autographed and numbered book comes slip-cased in a rich olive bookcloth, inset with a stamped leather label and is lined with acid-free paper. The book is paired with The Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Edition of the award-winning Traders Among the Crow. This set will include a complimentary DVD of the new documentary Howard Terpning: Portrait of a Storyteller.

The period in this scene is 1848–1850. These free traders have left the large fur companies and are working on their own. They have entered the edge of a Crow camp with many trade goods to entice the inhabitants to exchange buffalo robes for gun powder, lead, knives, axes, blankets, tobacco and the various other items displayed on the ground. They use a wagon to carry their goods, and perhaps for transportation because the man with the glengarry hat and a cane has an injured leg. (Wagons were used on the Santa Fe Trail as early as 1821 so by the late 1840s they could be found in many out of the way places throughout the Plains.) Howard made the group small to give the scene a sense of intimacy. Of course, there is no telling how many people are surrounding the group pictured. - HT


Howard Terpning - Tribute to the Plains People

Release Year: 2012
Size: 50 x 35
Form: limited edition giclée on canvas, book and dvd
Edition Size: 250 numbered and hand signed by the artist
Artist Proofs: call or email to check on availability
Custom Framing: available upon request

Product Code: TERTR6
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