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Western and Native American Art by Steven Lang

Steven Lang Fine Western Art, Oil on Canvas paintings of old west landscapes and cowboys as well as native americans. Steven Lang's Fine Art paintings have become prized possessions of collectors of western and native american art.

Book of Mormon Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students Unit . Native American Paintings, Indian Paintings, Native American Art, Native Art, American Indians, Woodland Indians, Indian Pictures, Indian Pics, Lds Pictures

Featured Event | Quest for the West

The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, IN, hosts the ninth annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale, which features work by 50 of the finest living western painters and sculptors.

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40 Beautiful Examples Of Historical paintings

Painting of Mona Lisa is one of the beautiful examples of historical paintings. This great work was done by Leonardo Da Vinci. He started painting the posture

Shawnee Indians with captured settlers in Ohio Native American Indian Pictures: Shawnee Indian Pictures Native American Paintings, Native American Pictures, Indian Pictures, Native American History, American Indians, American Life, Shawnee Tribe, Shawnee Indians, Woodland Indians

Native American Custom of Taking Prisoners

Native American Custom of Taking Prisoners It was their custom to carry off the women and children. If the children were hindered the march of their mothers, or if they cried and endangered or annoyed their captors, they were tomahawked, or their brains were dashed out against the trees. But if they were well grown, and strong enough to keep up with the rest, they were hurried sometimes hundreds of miles into the wilderness. There the fate of all prisoners was decided in solemn council of…