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Pawnee Scout at Dry Creek

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Mark R. Stewart

Pawnee Scout at Dry Creek was painted by Mark R. Stewart, in 1991. The image area is 29 1/2 inches by 19 1/2 inches. Stewart constructed the frame himself. It is made of Wyoming barn wood which is over one-hundred years old. The frame measures 37 1/4 inches by 27 1/4 inches and is 2 7/8 inches wide with a white mat 13/16 of an inch wide.

Mark R. Stewart's paintings, prints, and sculptures of the west and of High Plains Indians, are known world wide. He studied his craft at the Maryland Institute of Art and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. To extend his technical knowledge of prehistoric and contemporary Indian life, he took special courses in anthropology at the University of Indiana in the 1960's.

In the early 1970's, Stewart moved to Wyoming where his western works were displayed in galleries in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He opened Stewart's Trapline Gallery and Indian Trading Post in Dubois, Wyoming, in 1976.

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