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Daniel Long Soldier - The Story of Jack Red Cloud -  LIMITED EDITION PRINT Published by the Greenwich Workshop

          The Story of Jack Red Cloud
by Daniel Long Soldier

Original Retail Price $225.00

Limited Edition of: 50
Image Size: 29 3/4"w x 20 7/8"h.
Published: April 2012

Limited quantities available

The "Lakota Wicitowa" (Lakota Paintings) of Daniel Long Soldier are one of the purest expressions of American art we’ve ever presented. The naďve drawing style, created on pages of an authentic late 1800’s ledger, immediately raise the question of whether or not we were looking at something created 150 years ago or today.

Long Soldier brings us what no other artist can: he grew up hearing the stories and exploits of the Oglala Sioux told as family histories. Just as we know what Uncle Jack did during WWII, he knows what his Grandfather did at Little Bighorn.

The four-panel story of Jack Red Cloud is just such an example. As an adult, Red Cloud was recognized as a leader and orator of the Oglala. As a young man he was as eager as any other young brave to prove his worth in battle. As the son of the renowned chief Red Cloud, he felt the pressure even more. Wearing his father’s war bonnet and carrying his gun Yellow Boy, Jack and other teen warriors rode with a war party against the Crow.

Jack bravely attacked a group of Crow by himself, but found himself in trouble when he ran out of ammunition for Yellow Boy. Recognized as the chief’s son he became the target of the Crow. In the ensuing chase, he was knocked off his horse as the Crow counted coup and he lost his father’s bonnet and rifle. He was saved by a fellow Oglala warrior.

Daniel Long Soldier’s four-panel "Story of Jack Red Cloud" has been combined onto a single sheet for presentation as this Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Edition Giclče Paper. This 29 ˝" x 21" print, in an edition of 50, is as authentic piece of fine art and Plain’s history as any collector could hope to own.

1. Leaving the camp, one fight with the Crow involved Chief Red Clouds son, Jack Red Cloud who was in his teens had joined other younger men to win their first battle honors. He wears fathers war bonnet and carries his fathers model 1866 Winchester lever action rifle know as “Yellow Boy”

2. Living at Red Cloud Agency through his teen years, here was a chance to join a war party. Anxious to win honors, Jack Red Cloud attacks a group of Crow warriors by himself. He runs out of bullets and makes a fast retreat.

3. The Crow warriors give chase to Jack Red Cloud. Recognizing him as Chief Red Clouds son, they taunt him, laugh at him and then whipped him with their bows and quirts. They take his fathers bonnet and rifle, then they knock him off his horse.

4. He is rescued by an Oglala Sioux warrior


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