Griffing, Robert

Most artists who specialize in Native American subjects focus on the West, but Robert Griffing stayed close to his Pennsylvania home and applied his considerable talent to painting the Indians of the Eastern Woodland—Mohawk, Delaware, and Huron among them— who figured so prominently in the French and Indian Wars and in the American Revolution. Griffing’s style is meticulously realistic and derives, in part, from his interest and participation in living history reenactments of the period.

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