Bison Chief Past
Buffalo bull, Chief Mountain (Montana) in background.
- Price is for 17x48x1.5" canvas*
Legend says a Flathead brave crossed enemy territory (Blackfoot country) and placed a bison skull on this mountain peak. In 1892 the first white man to climb the mountain discovered a bleached & weathered bison skull on its summit. The thousands of bison that grazed the prairies, in view of this mountain's face, are now long gone. Seen from southern Alberta, established in Glacier National Park, Montana, sacred to the Blackfoot, Mountain Chief (Ninaiistako) today is called Chief Mountain.
- Canvas Giclee gallery print, 50 limited-edition only; ready-to-hang, archival quality artwork. Custom canvas sizes available - please contact.
- Fine Art archival paper (100% cotton "velvet rag"), 100 limited-editions only, to mount, frame & hang yourself.
- *Please see Formats page for more detail.