"Custer's Last Stand" by Edgar S. Paxson shows a brutal and chaotic scene reflecting the Battle of the Little Bighorn or Battle of the Greasy Grass.
16 1/2" x 23 1/4"
Unframed Western art print
The Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes joined forces against the US Army in 1876. General Custer was killed in the battle and in the aftermath, his wife tried to raise up his reputation as an American hero, despite him being an instrument from the US government to further suppress and wipe out Native Americans.
"Custer's Last Stand" is on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, a nonprofit museum dedicated to preserving the history of the American West. You can purchase this and other artworks as
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