A poignant moment for Sacajawea, as recorded in the journals of Lewis and Clark, 1805.
9 in stock
9 in stock
“At the mouth of the Columbus, as recorded in the journals of Lewis & Clark, November 20, 1805”
An Emotional Tribute
This painting of Sacajawea has been in my heart and in the back of my mind for over six years. The research done on this painting included two trips to the western locales associated with her. I feel that this painting may be the masterpiece of my career.
My paintings come from actual experiences involving the outdoors and its people. I have gained great respect for the Native American people through many personal friendships.
Only one word can describe this painting of Sacajawea . . . EMOTIONAL! The clouds tell a story of the struggle and strength of this young Indian girl. The depths and powers of the roaring ocean challenging the rocks amplifies the mood of the day, reflecting Sacajawea many emotions. Her good spirit shows a remarkable glow against the obstacles of life.
The highest compliment has already been awarded me in the words of a viewer at the premier showing of the original oil painting, when a man spoke with tearful emotion: “Thank you for bringing back Sacajawea so we may all know her!” –Marian Anderson
Limited edition print, signed and numbered by artist Marian Anderson
One unframed print, image measuring 17 x 25 inches
In addition, select framed prints and framed mini-prints may be available at the Blue Earth County Historical Society located at 424 Warren Street, Mankato, Minnesota. Please email Museum@BlueEarthCountyHistory.com or call (507)345-5566 for more information about this and other Marian Anderson Fine Art Prints.
|Dimensions||17 × 25 in|
Main Edition Print