American School, Early 20th Century Katonah, New York, Iconography.
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American School, Early 20th Century
Katonah, New York, Iconography. Indistinctly signed and dated "Frederick Rub----- May 1919" on the reverse. Watercolor and ink on paper, depicting the Indian chief Katonah for whom the village was named, surrounded by figures and images representing Columbia, Victory, flowers, hills, lakes, and trees, 10 x 14 in., in a mitered wood frame. Condition: Toning, stains, bottom with key to figures is trimmed and affixed to the reverse.
Note: Katonah, New York, is one of three unincorporated hamlets within the town of Bedford, Westchester County, New York. It was named after Chief Katonah, who was a Native American Munsee sachem for all Wiechquaeskeck peoples in the Greenwich, Stamford, and Bedford areas, from whom the land of the town of Bedford, New York, was purchased.