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©1098 Little Bighorn Cemetery Painting

Little Bighorn Battlefield and Cemetery - Custer's Last Stand

The Battle of Little Bighorn was waged in 1876.
Custer's 7th Cavalry was vanquished by Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Lakota Indians, working in tandem to protect their precious hunting grounds.

Today, In Montana's Crow Indian Reservation, the Little Bighorn National Monument Cemetery honors both Indian and Soldier with a tombstone in the location of the fallen.

About our canvas pictures:

Our canvas images come in Gallery Wrap (where the image extends around the frame) or are bounded by a Decorative Wood Frame. The thickness of the stretching frame is a function of the print size. Large prints (and most gallery wraps of any size) will have a deep stretching frame and small to medium prints have a less deep stretching frame.

This Little Bighorn Cemetery Painterly Photo has unique texture and strong color with high detail. The framed image is lightweight and easy to hang or move to a new location as needed.

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Here are prices for Gallery wrap canvas on 1" stretcher frame.
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Last Updated 11-9-2016