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Native American Framed Print featuring the mixed media Dead Man's Hand by Laurie Tietjen


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Dead Man's Hand Framed Print

Laurie Tietjen

by Laurie Tietjen

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Dead Man's Hand framed print by Laurie Tietjen.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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This is an image of Wild Bill Hickok, with a revolver and the last card hand he held when he was shot in the back of his head during a poker game in... more

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Dead Man's Hand Mixed Media by Laurie Tietjen

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Artist's Description

This is an image of Wild Bill Hickok, with a revolver and the last card hand he held when he was shot in the back of his head during a poker game in Deadwood, South Dakota. Hickok, by tradition, would sit with his back to the wall to prevent being taken by surprise by some gunslinger. This one time he ignored his practice, and it cost him his life.

About Laurie Tietjen

Laurie Tietjen

Described as a “Renaissance Woman”, Laurie E. Tietjen possesses a wide range of talents, abilities, and interests: a licensed educator, Certified Public Accountant, business consultant, jazz musician, and visual artist. It is her talent in the visual arts that rises above the rest to provide that eternal footprint to be left on the world’s stage. Many works from art history have captured her eye, but her heart has been captured by the works of the Masters of Traditional Realism, such as Andrew Wyeth, Norman Rockwell, John Singer Sargent, and Rembrandt, as well as the Photorealists, such as Ralph Goings. Her style has been described as thoughtful and almost meditative. It is tight and precise, and not surprisingly reminiscent of...

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