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.
"It is the 1850s at Chadron Creek in northwestern Nebraska. The peace is yet to be shattered by the Sioux Wars, and these Brule Sioux on horseback have arrived to trade hides for blankets and such 'white man' trinkets as kettles, axes, powder and guns. The sod cabin was typical for the area. It took fewer logs to build and a sod structure provided added insulation and security in a tense time." - Howard Terpning