Image size: 19 1/4" x 24"
Regular Edition: 1950 Signed and Numbered
Canvas Transfer: 50 Signed and Numbered
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Following the Civil War the Ninth and Tenth U.S. Cavalry Regiments were organized in 1866, comprised of soldiers of African descent. They participated in the Indian Wars of the late 19th century. Life as a "Buffalo Soldier" was not easy. However, there were enjoyable moments, such as spendingtime with a loved one. Those rare moments were cherished because they were an escape from the reality of the harsh conditions endured while on duty. All "Buffalo Soldiers" looked forward to and appreciated the time when they were "Off Duty".
"Off Duty" is the third print in an ongoing series called the "Legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers" by Robert Summers. The other prints in the series are: "Move Out", "Ft. Davis", "Ft. Concho", and "Sole Rider".
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