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Ted Long (Nebraska/Montana, 1932-2007) oil on board painting depicting a winter encampment scene with Native American figures outside gathering wood with an approaching trader on horseback. Signed and dated Ted Long (C) 70, lower left. Housed in a rustic wood frame with gilt wood liner. Sight – 10 12" H x 13 3/8" W. Framed – 18 3/4" H x 21 3/4" W. American, late 20th century. Biography (courtesy Museum of Nebraska Art): Ted Long was born on February 5, 1932 in North Platte, Nebraska. He received numerous art internships, but had no formal art training. Most of his work covered 1800 Western U.S. culture. His North Platte, Nebraska, studio was situated in a century-old log cabin on a ranch that was his great-grandfather homestead in the 1800's. In 1987, Long presented President Ronald Reagan with "The Last Farewell," a bronze of Buffalo Bill Cody. In June of 1991, Long's bronze, "When Nature Kept the Balance," was placed in the permanent collection of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Minute pinprick, left center edge of board. Minute brown stain, center of board.