This original oil was a 28' x 36" commissioned painting and depicts the Nez Perce tribe camped along Prairie Creek some 200 years ago in what is now known as Wallowa County, Oregon. It is historically accurate in showing this early Autumn encampment where the Nez Perce people would have also fished in the winding creek that still exists today. The Wallowa mountains are the backdrop from where the waters flow. This original is sold, but Giclee' limited edition prints are available.
Giclee' canvas prints are limited to an edtion of 125 & paper prints are limited to 250.
All prints are on archival paper and printed with epson archival inks. Framing is not included but may be added for an additional cost.
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