Red Rock Crossing, Northwest Montana, 1850
These Piegan Blackfeet Warriors are returning to their encampment. As they approach Red Rock Falls they stop to share a story of the Red Rock Crossing passed down from a revered tribal elder. This spectacular vista was protected from development by President Taft in 1910 and is now a jewel of Glacier National Park. The Blackfeet Reservation adjoins the Park and is home to over 8,000 Blackfeet Native Americans.
The majestic 54 x 38 original painting by Z.S. Liang sold at the 2009 Jackson Art Auction at a record price. Only a handful of collectors will hang this historic fine art edition in their home for a fraction of that price. Ask an authorized Greenwich Workshop dealer about availability.