Winold Reiss vintage print is a lithograph of a Native American women titled "The Pemmican Makers".
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.
This print states, 'Indian homemakers, like modern homemakers, had their mealtime problems, too. Here two Pecunnie women are mixing dried serviceberries and meat to make pemmican'. Pemmican was invented by the native peoples of North American, it is a mixture of fat and protein, often fruits like cranberries, or serviceberries also known as sugar plums were sometimes added.
This Winold Reiss vintage art print is matted in red and framed in black.
Framed size measures: 12-1/8"L x 15-1/8"H