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Blackfeet War Robe By James Bama

By James Bama

Blackfeet War Robe by James Bama

This western painting shows a Blackfoot Indian dressed for war during the winter months. Blackfoot Indian art prints for sale. He is called the Grizzly Man. The horns on his head are made of grizzly bear claws. His face is painted bright red, with markings in black paint to represent grizzly tracks. His necklace is made of grizzly claws, too. By dressing himself this way, the Grizzly Man attempts to capture the power of the grizzly bear, just as the "Cheyenne Wolf Scout" uses wolf symbols to give him the strength and stealth of the wolf.

This man is preparing for war. That much is made clear by the robe he is wearing. It's called a Blackfeet War Exploits Robe. Its paintings depict all this man's coups - his prowess in battle. Underneath the robe, his legs are painted red with more grizzly tracks on them. Whoever his enemy may be, the Grizzly Man is ready to stand and fight.

Blackfeet War Robe was released October of 1992 as a signed and numbered limited edition art print priced at $195 unframed. Western and wildlife art prints for sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition.

Types Dimensions Edition Size Price Cart
Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 16-1/4 x 24-3/4 Image Size 1000 LOW INVENTORY $195.00

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