Winold Reiss print lithograph of a Native American woman titled "Scalping Woman".
Framed size measures: 13-5/8"W x 16-5/8"H
Winold Reiss print lithograph of a Native American woman titled "Scalping Woman". Reiss was commissioned for Native portraits by The Great Northern Railway, his works illustrated the Railway's "See America First" campaign that promoted travel to the "Crown of the Continent" on calendars, menus, playing cards, and souvenirs from the 1920s-1950s. The vintage print also states that the Scalping Woman is the 'Wife of Night Shoots'. This graphic piece has bold color, in vivid red and primary tones. Reiss captures not only the look of Native Americans, but a bit of their spirit, as well. This vintage art print is matted in red and framed in cherry wood.
Framed size measures: 13-5/8"L x 16-5/8"H