A part of the Truman and Jackie Berry Collection, this signed and numbered limited edition lithograph, comes exquisitely framed and with a certificate of authenticity by the publisher.
"To the Blackfeet Indians, like most Native Americans, the Earth represented 'mother.' It was often the custom for braves and elders to walk away from camp in the early evening so they could admire nature's splendor. Because of these feelings, they couldn't understand why the European settlers would bore into the Earth's soil. In a scene like this, I let the image speak for itself, creating a careful balance between the foreground subjects and the splendid landscape." - Howard Terpning