This volume is the long-awaited collection of the award-winning work of Don Crowley, one of today's prominent Western artists. Crowley is a member of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America, and he is one of the Tucson 7, an informal group of artists who began their careers in commercial art and have successfully made the transition to Western fine art. Since moving to Arizona in 1974, Crowley has dedicated his career to painting Native American life and people, particularly members of the San Carlos Indian Reservation in eastern Arizona.Slipcased and signed book accompanied by the print
In the 1800s, the Apaches were fighting the white settlers, the Mexicans, the U.S. Army and attempts to put them on reservations. This Apache warrior, armed with his weapons, says farewell to his wife and child as he departs for battle.