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Charles Deas : “Prairie on Fire” (1847)

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Prairie Fire takes the classic damsel-in-distress story line and transports it to the American West. Panicked horses and frantic riders race through a prairie as a fire rages in the background. In choosing this setting, Charles Deas drew on popular imagery in nineteenth-century visual art and literature, including James Fenimore Cooper’s novel The Prairie.

(Text by the Brooklyn Museum, CC BY 3.0).

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