(Fine Art Print) Ledger Art: Monarch
2020 original contemporary Native American ledger art by Evans Flammond Sr.
~ Monarch ~
The piece is one of several superb recent works that represent rebirth and growth for the artist personally and artistically in the new decade and following a period of mourning, retrospection and preparation.
Bright colored pencil on antique ledger paper from Dawes County Nebraska dated 1912 recording amounts owed for road and bridge work by people with names beginning with P, including a George A. Pinkerton.
Expertly depicted butterfly atop a purple flower set on Flammond's signature filigree.
Approximately 18" x 14" unframed.
Giclée Print: This original work has been sold but the Artist Proof is available: Full-size giclée print with beautiful color on Archival Matte art stock with generous 1" border perfect for framing. Select Print above.
Framing Available: Print can be beautifully matted and framed just for you using conservation-quality materials. Contact Us to design your perfect mat and frame combination and we'll provide an image of how it will look, along with the quote.
Please allow two weeks for custom framing.
The watermark "FLAMMOND" has been added to protect copyright and does not appear in the artwork. Copyright remains property of the artist. Reproduction of any type without the consent of the artist is expressly forbidden.
Seven Fires is pleased to offer this beautiful piece by one of the most versatile and talented Native American artists working today.