"Indian Encampment After Blakelock PP 1977"
Limited Edition Print : Hand Printed Stone Lithograph
Size : 22.5x26 in | 57x66 cm
Edition : Printers ProofREDUCEDFAVORITE
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Hand SignedLower Right
Purchased fromOther 1977
Provenance / History
Story / Additional InfoPrinted in two colors, golden yellow and black, from stones drawn by the artist. The black run was created in the Manner Noir technique "acid tint". Printed at the Tamarind Institute in 1977.
Certificate of AuthenticityTamarind Institute
Fritz Scholder - United States
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