Woodlands Native Americans Painting

A vibrant 19th century painting showing a family of Woodlands Native Americans in an encampment. Birch bark canoes, structures and an open sided lean-to graphically depict living areas and transportation. A baby in a hammock is visible on far right. Colors show the brightness of clothing and moccasins. 

canvas is stampe in red ink:
M J Whipples , artist supply store ,35 Cornhill, Boston . M J Whipples was in business from 1855 to 1869 when it was sold to Francis Seth Frost who renamed the store Frost and Adams.

Dealer Scott Bassoff, Sandy Jacobs Antiques
Date: 1855-1870s
Origin Eastern North America
Artist/Maker Unknown
Measurements 24” by 20”
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Website http://www.scottbassoffsandyjacobsantiques.com
Price Sold
Contact Sandy Jacobs, (603) 801-5532 or  sandyjnh1@gmail.com

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