'Madonna of the Plains' by Todd-Daniels | Woodsong Institute

‘Madonna Of Plains’

My grandmother Ethel came to Oklahoma in a covered wagon and lived in a half dugout like the one depicted. These women civilized America in the latter 1800’s and early 1900’s. They played music and sang at weddings, and became the pillars of whatever community they graced. Story telling, quilting, gossiping with humor, staring into the face of hardship and poverty, these western women tenaciously held on to their dreams. Many died of overwork and childbirth without ever realizing them. Our accomplishments are carried on their shoulders.

Availability: as a LIMITED ED. Print  (what’s that?)
Dimensions: 23″ x 17″
** All Limited Ed. prints are SIGNED by the artist! **


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Limited Edition Prints:

Only 950 prints, signed by the artist!

All collectable limited edition prints are numbered, color-matched to the original image, and printed on archival paper using a Heidleberg five or six color lithographic press.

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Note: Color retention in all print processes is dependent upon light conditions. Direct sunlight fades all printing inks.

The Original Art

'Madonna of Plains'  •  36 x 24 original oil painting  •  1984-92  •  © Marilyn Todd-Daniels