Glacier National Park: Lost Legacy
Glacier National Park: Lost Legacy Original Oil Painting by Stefan Baumann
12×24 Oil on Board
6″ Gold Gilded Frame
Lower Left – Baumann GV in Red Paint Date Completed: 2014
Lost legacy is a tribute to the Blackfoot tribe of Native American Indians who inhabited Glacier National Park. When I visit different National Parks, I am aware of the rich Native American heritage of those who inhabited these lands long ago. In each of our PBS television series episodes, “The Grand View,” we include an interview with an elder of the tribe who recalled the land that was once his home. The elder talked about what he remembered about living in the vicinity when it was their sacred land before other settlers came, and before the area became a National Park.
The Gallery in Mount Shasta, 2014 “One Man Show, “Western Scenes and Wildlife” Collection
Currently held by the artist
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This painting will be displayed in Stefan Baumann’s One Man Show titled: “Reverence: An Artist’s Tribute to Nature” at The Orland Art Center in Orland, CA from September 1 through 27, 2014.