Kaweah River, Ca
This is 16"x 20" acrylic painting that is done on a stretch canvas, primed and stapled on the side over wood stretcher bars. This painting is ready to hang.
Note# The signature in the painting is a watermark and is not on the original painting.
THIS PAINTING IS NOT SOLD FRAMED so the purchaser is free to frame the artwork to suit his or her own decor.
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(C) All copyright privileges retained by the artist J.D. Fields. Downloading/printing is prohibited by law.
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From wikipedia.org it states: "The foothills of the Sierra around the Kaweah River were once inhabited by the Yokuts people. The name "Kaweah" is thought to mean "crow" or "raven cry" in the Yokuts language. Shoshonean people from the Great Basin later settled in the high valleys of the Kaweah's forks. In the 1870's, a short-lived silver boom took place in the Mineral King valley of the river's East Fork attracting settlers to the region. The majority of the Kaweah's headwaters above the Central Valley became part of Sequoia National Park in 1890. The southeastern part of the river's watershed also became part of the park in the 1970's after a failed proposal for a massive ski resort. The Kaweah River is now a popular destination for hiking, fishing and whitewater rafting."