2007 Mending Moccasins with Little Brother Print

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Richard Nadeau’s eighteenth consecutive Adirondack Guide cover, “Mending Moccasin with Little Brother,” pays tribute to the Native Peoples who were the first to explore the Adirondacks. They traversed the forests on the edge of the Great Wilderness and entered to hunt and fish.
     Nadeau’s painting depicts two nobel qualities of Indian life: the skillful use of natural resources, and society built on strong family relationships. Here, an older brother models craftsmanship that has passed from earlier generations. ©2014 R.P. Nadeau. All rights reserved.
  • 8 x 10 in.

  • Lithographic Print

  • 2007

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