CUSTER'S LAST STAND, 1876
This print is from an anonymous artist's folk art oil painting that we purchased in Minnesota back about 1965. It was reproduced in color in "The West" series by Time-Life and in an American Heritage magazine story on the west. It also was in a Custer exhibit at the Amon Carter Museum in Texas with many other Custer pictures and was chosen for the cover of a hard cover book on Custer images they published in conjunction with the museum exhibit. We believe it was originally inspired by the first engraving in print by Alfred Waud in a 1876 Frank Leslie's Weekly.
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*A certified light fast archival giclée art print. Processed with inks & 100% cotton acid-free watercolor art paper independently tested to last (under glass) in normal room light & conditions 50+ years without noticeable fading. Frame it yourself or by your local professional framer.