DescriptionPaul von Klieben "Chief White Horse" Ghost Town Painting (1946). The famous Steak House Restaurant in Ghost Town opened in 1946. It was run by Dwight "Andy" Anderson and designed by Paul von Klieben, with 12 of his original Indian paintings hung in the Indian Room. His original artwork for Knott's Berry Farm is considered extremely rare! This is Paul von Klieben's original painting of Chief White Horse that hung in the Ghost Town Steak House, measuring approximately 5' x 4'. Signed by Paul von Klieben, the Art Director for Ghost Town. A rare 1950s Steak House menu, featuring a Paul von Kleiben painting on the cover, is included as a bonus. The painting has minor handling wear; overall Very Good condition.
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