Chief Wolf Robe Square
Chief Wolf Robe has what might be my favorite face of all time to paint. His high cheekbones, prominent features and knowing eyes command immediate respect and awe. This was the first painting I did of him and I became so enamored that I have now painted him from every angle I have found. outsourced: “Wolf Robe or Ho’néhevotoomáhe (born between 1838 and 1841; died 1910, Oklahoma) was a Southern Cheyenne chief and a holder of the Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal.”
Use a unique coating that produces the highest quality image using UL Certified Greenguard Gold Inks. Canvas prints are stretched on proprietary profile radial pine produced from renewable forests.
Fine art paper prints are a watercolor-type paper that has a soft textured surface with a matte appearance. These prints are gallery quality and the texture really captures the appearance of the original work.
High-quality, hand-crafted molding which is sanded & finished without toxins or chipping using 100% real pine wood in a matte black finish. Frames are ready to hang with pre-installed sawtooth hardware.