Cornplanter the Educator
This is the third in the series of paintings depicting the three stages of Seneca Chief Cornplanter's life. In this painting, the Chief in old age is totally disallusioned by the broken treaties and has discarded everything from the white man's world except his relationship with the Quakers, shown in the upper left. Cornplanter knew that his people needed education in animal husbandry and agriculture if they were to survive. 36 in x 66 in. Acrylic on panel Priced $2,500. Giclees available in sizes and prices to suit your needs.