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Native American Framed Print featuring the digital art Oglala Homeland by Lianne Schneider

The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.







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6.63" x 8.00"

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12.13" x 13.50"





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Oglala Homeland Framed Print


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Oglala Homeland framed print by Lianne Schneider.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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Digital Designs and Liz, my deepest thanks to you both for featuring this image in your fabulous groups FAA PORTRAIT GALLERY and NATIVE AMERICAN PORTRAITS. I means a great deal to me.

My most heartfelt thanks to Digital Designs for featuring this portrait in FAA PORTRAIT GALLERY. I'm more honored and thrilled than I can say.

Very nice!

Thank you so much William and Sharon for featuring this work in your groups ART WITH FLAIR and SIGNATURE STYLE ART. It means a great deal to me and I'm very honored.

Another vote for this fave of mine.

Very intense it lots! v

Fantastic image Lianne!...f/v97

Amazing work, Lianne! You're so very talented! I enjoyed reading your description on this piece, too. Really wonderful! F/V!

Another vote for this fave of mine. Love it.

My heartfelt thanks to each of you for your support and lovely comments - I treasure them all and hope I am able to return your gift with a visit to your work today if I haven't already. And a huge thank you to David and to Annie for featuring this work in their respective groups - TODAYS BEST ART and VISUAL VOICE. I'm so honored!

Great rendition! L

I want to thank each one of you for your incredibly lovely and supportive comments. I treasure each one - and I hope I've returned the gift in kind with a visit to your work in recent days. If I haven't yet, I will very soon.

Excellent paintwork and texture, Lianne. You really have a talent for turning these public domain images into fine art.

This is beautiful! Lovely! f/v

Outstanding work, love your Native American Artwork! sharing

Excellent work Lianne. The pose and mood in the piece is very strong.

This is this pose you found and the effects are perfect!

Great work, Lianne. vf

Amazing work Lianne..gorgeous colors.

Great work Lianne!

Beautiful work, Lianne. voted

this piece is just exquisite Lianne. So well done v/f

Wonderful work, and interesting description! well done!

nice work

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Artist's Description

Digital painting based on a public domain image in the Library of Congress...Bone Necklace, council chief, Oglala Sioux. Original photograph by Herman Heyn in 1899 and the hand colored platinum prints were gifted to the LOC by David A. Rector. This interpretation is digitally hand painted with an original background using the original as a reference source. Oglala ('to scatter one's own') is the principal division of the Teton Sioux, one of seven Lakota tribes. Their early history evolved in complete obscurity; their modern history recounts incessant contests with other tribes and attacks on the whites. The first recorded notice of them is that of Lewis and Clark, who in 1806 found them living above the Brule Sioux on Missouri river, between Cheyenne and Bad Rivers, in the present South Dakota, numbering 150 or 200 men. In 1825 they inhabited both banks of Bad River from the Missouri to the Black Hills, and were then friendly with the whites and at peace with the Cheyenne, but enem...

About Lianne Schneider

Lianne Schneider

I have a passion for the landscape of Western New York and for the sea that I am unable to express completely in my poetry alone. Now, I have converted both those loves into digital paintings in an impressionist style that express what I see with the heart more than with the eye. I added to that the metaphor of the spiritual journey in my Sea Stories paintings - a visual metaphor for our personal quest for character, courage and truth. Contemporary, yet timeless, my digital paintings are modern realism but with homage to the classic works. In addition to my current art work, I have two self-published volumes of poetry, "Songs of the Heart's Longing" from Blurb publishing and "Ecclesiastes for Sixty: Seasons in Solitude" from Xlibris. Both...

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