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About this painting

EverGreene Painting Studios, Stalking Deer. 1993–1994. Capitol Rotunda, Washington, D.C.

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Original image housed by U.S. Capitol Complex

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  • Colonial North Carolina: Colonial North Carolina from the establishment of the Carolina in 1663 to the eve of the American Revolution in 1763. Compares the original vision for the colony with the way it actually developed. Covers the people who settled North Carolina; the growth of institutions, trade, and slavery; the impact of colonization on American Indians; and significant events such as Culpeper's Rebellion, the Tuscarora War, and the French and Indian Wars. (Page 3.4)

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Painting of American Indian hunting deer with a bow and arrow, camouflaged by a deer head and skin.

Sizes available: 520×400 | 300×231 | 214×177

This 1993–1994 painting depicts an American Indian hunting deer with a bow and arrow. The hunter stands on a rock in a stream facing a buck and a doe. He is camouflaged, wearing a deer head and skin over his own head and torso. In the background, the names of several Indian groups are painted on what appears to be the coastline of New England. The painting hangs in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C.