"Solitude" by Dean Quigley

Image Size: 23" W x 17" T 

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"Solitude"

The South Eastern Indians lived in a fertile land of creeks, forests, and coastal hammocks. To the men of the tribes fell the tasks of clearing fields, making objects of stone, wood, and bone, conducting religious rites, hunting, and going to war.

Solitude depicts a solitary hunter, from the vanished Florida Timucua tribe, returning to his canoe loaded with fish. His appearance is based on drawings done by early European explorers in the early 1500's. The hunter is covered with intricately designed tattoos, and holds a bow with one arrow cocked, surrounded by the natural beauty of Florida's sub-tropical environment.

#177 of 350 Limited Signed and Numbered Prints and it is unframed./SOLD

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