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This is one of my favorite story paintings I created after leaning more about the Native Americans who inhabited out New England States.
The Pequot and Abenaki are both subdivisions of the Algonquin Nation of the Northeast Territories of New England and Canada. Both tribes had similar village settings . Their shelters were longhouses made of bark or tipi-shaped bark shelters. Both spoke a derivative of the Algonquin language. The emphasis in the oil was on light and color to create an autumn filtering of light in the woods. Research was done at the reconstruction site at the Institute of American Indian studies in Washington, Connecticut for authenticity in depicting a village setting.
A bordered image is found in Griswold's Native American Gallery for a Greeting Card of this oil painting.
10 x 20 oil painting done on hand stretched canvas, this comes framed in a refurnished gold painted frame. You can contact me if you would like an picture of it framed or see my original oil painting galley on Etsy.com titled NGARTSITE
August 3rd, 2008
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