Spitting the Herd

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A beautiful painting from the Truman and Jackie Berry Collection, this signed and numbered limited edition lithograph comes exquisitely matted and framed with non-glare glass. Each item carries a certificate of authenticity by the publisher.

Native Americans would often try to break up a herd into smaller groups because riding into a large herd is difficult. Then they would run that buffalo around in circles making the animals fall over each other. The bow men usually moved to the left-hand side of the buffalo to get the arrow into its heart. The men with the spears are normally on the other side of the group because they can get more power into their right hands.
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