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Found on the Field of Battle–2009

Giclee on Canvas
30" x 38" inches
$1,250.00
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Masterwork Fine Art Edition on Canvas
Edition of 300

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These three Cheyenne warriors have been in a battle with the cavalry and in the aftermath of the conflict they were able to find trophies on the ground that they prized highly. One man wears a cavalry hat, another has found a dispatch case which will no doubt be converted into something more to his liking, and the third man has a bugle, which will give him bragging rights. "Finding trophies on the field of battle is something that has gone on since battles were fought and this is my interpretation of such an experience," says Howard Terpning.

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Order today to receive, free shipping, no sales tax and Sioux Flag Carrier by Howard Terpning, 16" x 18" an exclusive and limited SOLD OUT AT PUBLISHER gift with purchase. The flag, or banner staff, was made with eagle feathers. The flag was usually carried by the man who rode near the war leader so that when in a battle the members of the war party could locate the leader to obtain his orders. This flag was most useful in larger engagements. In any small skirmish between war tribes, it was every man for himself.