Artist Robert Griffing at the SINM
Artist Robert Griffing will be displaying his new paintings and visiting with guests at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum for part of the Path Thru History Weekends. Robert Griffing is a painter of the Woodland Indians and focuses on a time that marked the beginning years of chaos and uncertainty for the Woodland tribes as they struggled to survive the encroachment of Europeans.
Paintings depicting Forts Duquesne and Pitt, the Braddock Expedition, the Battle of Bushy Run, The Taking of Mary Jemison, and numerous other historical scenes have made Griffing a household name in the frontier circuit. He hopes that his paintings shed some light on this time period that has been neglected through society's romance with the American West.
Tour the museum and view the prints of many of his paintings will be available.
For more information on this event please visit https://www.senecamuseum.org
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