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70.000 x 50.000 x 4.500 cm.
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Look Into A Losing Battle
Ilona Anita Tigges - Goetze
Painting - Oil On Canvas
When I went to Scottsdale AZ in 2012 I had the Fortune to visit an exhibition of my absolute Fave Artist Alfredo Rodriguez, I was fascinate and as slain of his work and powerful colors.I have never seen such beautiful detailed landscapes and native indian Motif in Germany before. His fresh and living colors depict scenes from the inhabitants of the wild American West in the 18th century. Indians, cowboys, trappers, animals, landscapes, and villages with their inhabitants in the mountains. His pictures describe the expressive life of the Navajo Native Indians. I am still mesmerized by his wonderful paintings.
So I started my new project which is concerned with the natives and the American history.
This young impetuous Cheyenne warrior looks back at the bloodbath appearing to him in his inconceivable cruelty. At the time of the raid the warriors were on the hunt. The look expression of this young Cheyenne of warrior symbolized the helplessness and the vulnerability of the Cheyenne. The villagers were simply massacred. The feathers in the headdress come from eagles. The feathers of this mighty bird of prey were collected and proved the bravery of the bearer. Eagle feathers are dyed and notched, these feathers should the courage and the past actions of the warrior symbolizing. It is a Symbol language among the warrios.
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This painting is painted with high quality oil colors on canvas. The sides are colour painted and can be hung without a frame. All paintings�comes with an artist signed Certificate of Authenticity .
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December 1st, 2012
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