Henry Farny's painting "Days of Long Ago" shows a few Plains Indians enjoying the serenity of a slow-moving river.
19" x 28"
Unframed Western art print
The idyllic, intimate setting for Henry Farny's (1847-1916) family group presents a peaceful lifestyle within the vastness of the western landscape. In this painting, Farny wistfully places the scene in a distant, but unspecified time. He watched the destruction of Native Americans with likely sadness and horror, seeing it for the travesty it was.
While you can buy "Days of Long Ago" as a
Western art print, the original is on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. This museum strives to educate about the West in as holistic and accurate a manner as possible. Every time you buy an
Old West gift or print from Points West Market, you are directly supporting the museum.