Native Woodland Art wall print by Zhaawano Giizhik.
The print is an unframed, digitized photo print. Prices include shipping. Delivery time from the moment of payment is 2-3 weeks. Delivery times depend on your local postal service and may vary.
Title: Wenabozho Nakongewin ("Wenabozho's Thanksgiving")
11,811 x11,811 in (30x30 cm): 84.00 USD* / 108.00 CAD* / 80,00 EUR*
15.748 x115.748 in (40x40 cm): 98.00 USD* / 126.00 CAD* / 93,00 EUR*
23,622 x 23,622 in (60 x 60 cm): 111.00 USD* / 143.00 CAD* / 105,00 EUR*
WT-30-30 (11,811 x11,811 in)
WT-40-40 (15.748 x115.748 in)
WT-60-60 (23,622 x 23,622 in)
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