Chief Joseph Rides To Surrender by Western Artist Howard Terpning
Anniversary Museum Edition Canvas, #36 of 250
Image size is 51" x 39"
This powerful portrait of leadership in the face of fading freedom is an essential piece of art for any serious western art collector. Revered as one of his most desired works, it is now a monumental Museum Edition canvas, created hand-in-hand with, and signed by, Howard Terpning himself. Only a select few will have the opportunity to own this acclaimed work of art from one of the most venerated painters of our time.
This long-awaited, Anniversary Edition Canvas depicts the great Nez Perce Chief in the foothills of the Bear Paw Mountains— only a day’s ride from the safety of the Canadian border—making his way to capitulate to the U.S. Army’sGeneral Nelson A. Miles. It is a “must have” Fine Art Edition for any Howard Terpning enthusiast.
100 years from now, Howard Terpning will be looked upon as one of the most important painters of our time. As quoted in the New York Times, “. . . everyone is after Terpning’s work. They see him as the next Russell or Remington.” Through his art, he has shared the rich heritage of Native Americans with profound respect for the People and nature.
Howard Terpning’s "Chief Joseph Rides to Surrender" is an over-sized Museum Edition Canvas and will be accompanied by a 12-page booklet on the history of Chief Joseph and the Nez Perz flight, a Q&A with the artist and more.
Remember, only a select few will have the opportunity to own this acclaimed work of art from one of the most venerated painters of our time.