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A lovely depiction of Western Americana during the days of the Wild West and Conastoga wagons. High relief wall hanging is made to look like hand carved wood, but I believe it is actually a material called "Burwood" which is pressed from a composition like material. This piece is the nicest such example I've ever seen. It measures about 16" by 8 1/2" and probably dates back to the 1950s or earlier.
The lovely scene shows a woman in prairie clothes (reminds me of "Little House on the Prairie") sitting in a covered wagon with two other people or family members and a man walking alongside. Another wagon is in the distance and four oxen (ox) are in front pulling the vehicle.
The attention to detail is amazing with the relief of the piece deep and nicely done. It appears to have been hand painted with green grass and trees, a blue sky, and brown wood and mountains in the background. Even the woman's skirt is painted red and the bonnet on her head is white to match her apron.
The rustic scene is in very nice condition, minor wear to add charm and authenticity as illustrated in the photos. A sturdy and secure wire is attached to the back making this ready to hang with other Western motif items including cowboy collectibles. No damage or repair.