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Grandpa's Blessing
by Z.S. Liang

“Since early in the 17th century,” begins Liang, “when the horse was introduced to the American Indian on
the northern Plains, their life was changed forever. The use of the horse for buffalo hunting made the hunt
much more efficient and provided the people with a rich bounty. This exuberant scene shows a summer day
in the Blackfeet band camp during the 1870s, after the buffalo scouts have located a large herd nearby. The
men gather to ready their buffalo horses, while women excitedly prepare packhorses, travois and meat bags for the coming chase! With this excitement also comes concern, for running the wild herds over the broken country of the Western prairies held a high degree of danger for the mounted hunter. In the painting, a
grandfather ties an eagle feather on his grandson’s horsetail as a blessing of safety before the run begins.”

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:

limited to 12 s/n.
61"w x 42"h (unstretched).

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 35 s/n.
32"w x 22"h.

Winter Windfall
by John Buxton

Winner of the Patron’s Choice Award at the 2009 Quest for the West show at The Eitleljorg Museum in Indianapolis, Winter Windfall is a stunning winter landscape from John Buxton. A broken and abandoned hay cart and its precious cargo of supplies is discovered by these woodland Indians. The hay cart is not designed for hauling supplies much less a trip down a backwoods stream. What caused the settlers to decide to make such an ill-prepared winter’s journey down such an arduous path? Such questions certainly entered these warriors’ minds, but taking stock of the bounty they have come across on this fine winter’s morning is the first order of business.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 75 s/n.
30"w x 20"h.

Also by John Buxton

The Aglie Bark Canoe
by John Buxton

Blacksmith of Venango, 1752
by John Buxton
SmallWorks Canvas




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