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Ceremonial Lance By James Bama

By James Bama

Ceremonial Lance by James Bama

This painting shows an native American Indian Chief holding a large ceremonial lance.

"When an Indian was fighting his final battle - when he was caught and had nowhere to go - he would stick the lance in the ground and he would tie the thong to his belt. And he would just stand there and fight to the death. Now, of course, it's only used for pow-wows, dances and ceremonial purposes. But the history of the lance is a very significant part of the culture. Instead of running, he took a stand. It was a very heroic action." ~ James Bama

Ceremonial Lance is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 19-1/2 x 27-3/4 image size priced at $165 unframed. LOW INVENTORY!

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 19-1/2 x 27-3/4 Image Size 1250 $165.00

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