When this painting was completed circa 1848, the Native Americans pictured had already been removed to the Kansas Territory in what history remembers as the “Potawatomi Trail of Death.” An English-born landscape and portrait artist, Winter became one of Indiana’s most significant pioneer painters, documenting the daily lives and forced relocation of its indigenous peoples. His work, which includes an extensive body of sketches and written documentation, has become an important primary source for ethnohistorians.
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George Winter : “Scene on the Wabash” (c. 1848)
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