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Homeland, 2021
A Photograph by Apatx

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Chief Joseph (Hinmuuttu-yalatlat) portrait painted in front of the Wallowa Valley in Oregon his ancestral Homeland. The Nez Perce were forced out of these lands. In the last times of his life Chief Joseph tried to convince, by peaceful means, the white settlers who had stole or bought most of his tribe's land to give or sell them back to his people. The white settlers were not about to leave the stolen lands. Chief Joseph died without ever been able to return to the Wallowa Valley. I painted him in his beloved mountains... Free!

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Limited Edition | Oil on Canvas, 36" x 12" x 1"