Americo Makk (1927-2015) enjoyed studying and painting native Americans from years gone by. In the 1950's, he and his wife Eva Makk were commissioned by the Brazilian government to study native tribes in the Amazon. Upon their move to the Unied States, Americo was intrigued by the natives of the land. In this scene, Cold Winter, he depicts a settlement with teepees. It's chilly, but the soft glow coming from the teepees indicate warmth and contentment. The snowcapped mountains and valley must have been a challenge in the day, but the occupants of the settlement were very skilled to brave the winter.
Image size is 16 (h) inches by 20 (w) inches. Signed by Americo Makk on the bottom right.
The back of the canvas bears the Makk logo and stamped "All Rights Reserved by Artist Makk"
- Shipped insured rolled in a tube.
- Can be stretched on stretcher bars and shipped in a padded box for an extra fee.