Bonnet Case (fine art canvas) by Howard Terpning
Two men from the northern Plains Indians sit outside a dwelling, preparing a bonnet – a case made of rawhide and used to store feathered headgear or personal objects. Some of these personal objects were believed by their owners to give power and control over the natural and spiritual dimensions.
Howard Terpning is the leading painter for western/Native American art — he has so many awards/prizes that it would take pages and pages to list them all. If you are searching for the perfect piece of art for your wall — you have found the place.
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