Artist: John Buxton Title: Blacksmith of Venango, 1752 Size: 11"w x 8"h. Edition: Artist Signed and Numbered, Limited Edition to 75 Release Date: 9/2009 About Art: This is a portrait of John Frazier who, with a few other English traders on the upper Allegheny river in 1752, were visited by friendly local natives that appreciated his skill at metal repair. By mid-1753 the French had taken his cabin in Venango and he fled to Turtle Creek near the Monongahela River. His cabin there was visited by young George Washington in 1753 and 1754.
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