DescriptionPaul von Klieben "Winnetou Indian" Ghost Town Painting (1946). In the Steak House's early 1950s menu, it read "Andy will serve you fine steaks, ham dinner, or old fashion Pioneer stew in the Steak House or short orders in the grill. He's also serving swordfish and shrimp!" This is an original one-of-a-kind painting from the hand of Paul von Klieben of a "Winnetou Indian" that hung in the Indian Room of the Steak House in Ghost Town. It opened in 1946. The painting measures 4' x 5' and is hand-signed by the artist. It's an extremely rare painting by von Klieben, the man who created Ghost Town. The lot comes with an original early 1950s Steak House menu with von Kleiben artwork on the cover. The painting has minor handling and surface wear; Very Good condition.
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