A view on the lands where Apache Chief Cochise made his last stand against the US Cavalry in the late 19th century. This powerful and remote land in southern Arizona is noted for its' combination of unusual rock formations and lush desert vegetation. The legend of the great Chief Cochise, prominent leader of the Chiracahua band of Native Americans lingers along the pathways and hills in the Dragoon mountain range. This painting is oil on wood, 20 x 16"and framed with a black "floater frame". It is signed by the artist in the lower left corner. Price includes shipping within the United States.