Donald Vann's paintings have been exhibited at the Smithsonian and have won recognition from the Five Civilized Tribes Museum. Donald Vann has become one of the best known American Indian artists working today.

For further information, current prices and availability, or to order any of these fine prints, please contact The Gallery (800) 531-5008.

These Master Edition prints offer the same quality and collectability as Vann's larger pieces, while adding several unique features:

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Winter Camp, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
10½ by 13½ inch image on a 12½ by 15½ inch sheet
Edition of 1100 with 110 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $75


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Moving West, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
13 by 8 inch image on a 14½ by 9½ inch sheet
Edition of 1400 with 140 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $65


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Proud Heritage, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
12 by 3½ inch image on a 16 by 7½ inch sheet
Edition of 850 with 85 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $65


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Watchful Eyes, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
6½ by 10¼ inch image on a 8¼ by 12 inch sheet
Edition of 1400 with 140 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $65


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At The Dance, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
7 by 10½ inch image on a 8½ by 12½ inch sheet
Edition of 850 with 85 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $55


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New Horizons, A Limited Edition Fine Art Print
Signed & Numbered by the Artist
7½ by 10 inch image on a 9½ by 12 inch sheet
Edition of 1100 with 110 Artist's Proofs
Issue Price $65


Also by Donald Vann - The Blessing

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In "The Blessing" the appearance of the White Buffalo signals, in many traditions, the coming of the most sacred of all blessings.The symbolic appearance of the buffalo, a major source of sustenance for the Plains Indians, meant many things to the different tribes. In their ancient White Buffalo Dance, the Fox Indians of Wisconsin shadow the vision of a legendary hunter, who could turn himself into a white buffalo at will, after it appeared to him in a dream giving the hunter special power over his enemies.

In the Lakota tradition three hunters encountered a white buffalo calf. The white buffalo turned into a woman who instucted the hunters to return to their village and prepare for her arrival. When she came four days later, she carried a sacred pipe which was the Great Spirit's promise of abundance and plenty.

In 1994, a white buffalo calf named Miracle was born on Dave and Valerie Heider's farm on the banks of the Rock River in southern Wisconsin. Of the thousands of visitors to the farm every weekend, many speak of a hope of a return to a way of life that honors the Great Spirit in all of nature. Buffalo Medicine, or power, is a reminder to many that one achieves nothing without the aid of the Great Spirit, and one must be humble enough to ask for that assistance and then grateful for what is received.
12 by 32 inch image, $125 unframed print




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