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G Bogard Paintng Native Warriors on Horseback - $375 (Cache)

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condition: excellent
model name / number: n/a
size / dimensions: 30.5x28x3

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Gerald Bogard Native American Horseback Riding Warriors w/ Spirit Chief - Oil on Canvas

This beautiful painting depicts a Native American riding warriors scene with a spirit chief superimposed above them in a rugged, stormy motif. It is a masterwork by the renowned, listed artist Gerald Bogard, signed by him and framed in a medium-sized rustic wooden frame that is 30 1/2" x 28". The painting is an original, handmade oil painting limited production, and its features include being signed by the artist himself. The painting's inspiration draws from the Native American style, with a touch of expressionism, which gives it a unique and captivating look. Made in the United States, and a real find for those who love Native American themes by master artists.

Gerald Bogard was a 20th Century artist who specialized in capturing the power and majesty of the Native American warrior and cultures. Once the Spanish colonialists introduced the horse to American Indians, they quickly mastered riding and fighting techniques that led to some of them being referred to as "Lords of the Plains". Bogard's unique style reflected both the power and action of those warriors.

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