Looking for the buffalo herd, or for horses to capture from their enemies, Indian scouts would climb to the top of a butte to look out over the country. In this print by Paul Goble, the butte is called Mato Tipi in Lakota but is also known as Devil's Tower.
Featuring Mato Tipi (Devil's Tower), this vividly rendered illustration depict two young men surveying the lush, green countryside from their rocky post...where is there a greater view than from the top of a private butte? Image, from the book, "Adopted by Eagles".
Note: All Paul Goble poster prints are published to museum quality standards using fade-resistant inks on 80# Ikonofix Dull Cover acid-free paper stock. The paper contains 50% recycled material. Listed in the copy, under each poster, is the book in which the illustration originates.
Measurements: Width 16 | Height 12 (inches).
All Measurements are approximate.
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