DescriptionPaul von Klieben "Two Feathers Brave" Ghost Town Painting (1946). The Steak House in Ghost Town had a room called The Indian Room, which was entered through the "Gold Mine Trail." The room was dedicated to the artistic spirit of the American Indian of the West with a seating capacity of 250, and 12 oversized one-of-a-kind original paintings by Paul von Klieben. This is one of Mr. von Klieben's original paintings that hung in the Steak House Indian Room, hand-signed by the artist, and measuring 4' x 5'. A rare original early 1950s Steak House Menu with von Klieben artwork on the cover is included. Painting has minor handling and surface wear; Very Good overall condition.
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