Lithograph Prints by Robert Griffing

    "The attention Griffing gives to the accurate portrayal and detail of the Iroquois is remarkable and rarely seen in the work of other non-native artists. His paintings allow the viewer to have a special understanding of how the Iroquois culture evolved with European influences."

Duane James Ray
President, Seneca Nation of Indians

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The Adoption of Mary Jemison
The Adoption of Mary Jemison



The Great Treaty of Canandaiqua
The Great Treaty of Canandaiqua



Fragile Trust
Fragile Trust



On The Trail To Fort Pitt
On The Trail To Fort Pitt

Into the Unknown
Into the Unknown



The Bark Cutters
The Bark Cutters

The Wounding of General Braddock
The Wounding of General Braddock

Thundering Water
Thundering Water



I Have Something To Say
I Have Something To Say

Leaving
Leaving

We Dined in a Hollow Cottonwood Tree
We Dined in a Hollow Cottonwood Tree

Welcome to Logstown
Welcome to Logstown

Preparing To Meet The Enemy
Preparing To Meet The Enemy

I Think We Have Company
I Think We Have Company

Friends Under Fire
Friends Under Fire

He Befriended Me Greatly
He Befriended Me Greatly

Moving Among the Giants
Moving Among the Giants

The Conspiracy
The Conspiracy


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