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John Taylor's "Treaty Signing at Medicine Creek Lodge" (1867) and Howling Wolf's "Treaty Signing at Medicine Creek Lodge"...

John Taylor's "Treaty Signing at Medicine Creek Lodge" (1867) and Howling Wolf's "Treaty Signing at Medicine Creek Lodge" (1875-1878) are both of the same event. Identify what that event was and what it meant for each culture. Although they are of the same event, they differ quite drastically in form. Which is the more representational work and which is the more abstract? How do each differ in the way they depict the landscape and the individuals present?

This question was asked on Jan 20, 2013.

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