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Authentic Native American Art By Ojibwe Elder Artist Daniel Ramirez

These very fine art prints on paper are made with the outmost archival techniques of digital printing and are made one at a time. Once controled and signed by the artist himself they are released and carefully framed in a stunning presentation using our signature frame.

The Final framed size is 15"x42", Double matted with archival mats Clay/Gold and the Image Size is 9"x36".


Depiction of the tribes represented from Left to Right: Wilma Mankiller (Cherokee), Potwattomi, Cheyenne, Chickasaw, Caddo, Quapaw, Creek, Seminole, Shawnee, Eastern Shawnee, Absentee Shawnee, Otoe, Ponca, Kaw, Kialagee (Sioux), Kickapoo, Comanche family, Cherokee Nation, Arapahoe. In the sixth panel of the World’s Longest Native American Painting, the artist Daniel Ramirez wanted to show the many tribes that ended up in the State of Oklahoma during the Trail of Tears. This relocation of many Native American Tribes challenged profoundly the cohabitation and lives of totally different people in the same geographical location.

Women of Oklahoma

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