Dave Hasler | Eastern Frontier & Americana Artist
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Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36 Price $900

A native scout for the Braddock campaign looks over the French fort at confines of the Allegheny and Monongehela River. 

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Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36 Price $900

Two Seneca warriors are scouting the area around the Genesee Valley in search of any enemy activity.  

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"Scouting for Braddock" "Seneca Patrol"
 

Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36 Price $900 (Sold)

 A Seneca warrior looks out over the Genesee River gorge.  This tribe was the most numerous and fierce members of the Iroquois Confederacy.  The league was described as a traditional longhouse with the Seneca responsible for the security of the western door.  

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Original acrylic on board / 18 x 24 Price $500

The Royal Grenadier of the 60th were of German descent and fought in many of the major campaigns of the French and Indian War. The Grenadier originally through a simple iron hand grenade lit by a slow match suspended from his cartridge box strap. They were the tallest and strongest men of the British line.

Limited Edition Print signed and numbered / 100 total run / on acid free paper /  12 x 16 / $80

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"Keeper of the Western Door"

"The Grenadier of the 60th Royal Americans"

 

Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24 Price $500

A young  Seneca women adorned with traditional wrapped hair and a white linen trade shirt. The English and French traders were very popular with the various Eastern tribes, replacing their traditional garments and clothing with European style dress.

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Original acrylic on board / 18 x 24 Price $500

Two warriors search for signs of the enemy within their territory. 

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"Young Seneca Woman" "Tracks of the Enemy"
 

Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 48 Price $900

 

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Original acrylic on board / 18 x 24 Price $500

Armed with his fowler and trusty bird dog a frontiersmen hunts for his dinner.

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"The Canoe Voyage" "The Bird Hunter"
 

Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36 Price $900

During the frontier wars many young children were abducted by various tribes to replace fallen warriors.  Here a young boy is being led north for such a purpose, and future adoption into the tribe.

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Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36 Price $900 (Sold)

This painting is a part of a series I am creating based on the Sullivan campaign in New York State during the summer and fall of 1779. Here two Oneida scouts, who are under the employ of General Sullivan and the Continental Army, reconnoiter ahead of the main column searching for any sign of a Seneca ambush just east of the Genesee River. The objective of the campaign was to burn out the Iroquois villages thus stopping their raids on the frontier settlements in central New York, and along the Mohawk. These farming settlements were basically unprotected, and under Joseph Brandt and Major John Butler and his Rangers, were easy pray for Indian attacks. Washington relied on these frontier settlements to provide wheat, corn, and other food staples to his army. Sullivan led a scorched earth policy upon the tribes burning their villages, crops, orchards, and destroying way of life as they knew it. They retreated to the protection of the British at Fort Niagara where they became a great burden to the crown and suffered greatly that winter. My series of paintings will continue to depict many of the actions and adventures from this major campaign which shaped the history of western New York.

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"The Captive" "Oneida Scouts"
   

Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24 Price $500

Wearing a green wool blanket coat and armed with his fowler a native hunter searches for game during a cold winter

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Original acrylic on canvas /18 x 24
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 Routed by the advance of General Sullivan's troops in Sept. of 1779 the Seneca abandon Little Beard's town on the Genesee River "flats" and are forced to withdraw to Fort Niagara to seek shelter and vital food and clothing during the winter of 1779-1778.

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"The Winter Hunter" "The Invasion"
 

Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24 SOLD

Wearing a linen hunting shirt and all of the accoutrements of war an Ottawa chief awaits the arrival of his French allies as they prepare to attach frontier settlements. "The Invasion"

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Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24

Highly respected and revered the elders of the eastern woodland tribes represented their age through the knowledge and responsibilities they bore within their culture. The pipe is handsomely carved and cradled in respect within his arms. 

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"The Ottawa Warrior Chief"  "The Peace Pipe"
 

Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24

Within the framework of a rough cabin doorway, a young child looks out in terror at an unknown threat. The western frontiers of New York along the Mohawk and the Cherry Valley were a constant scenes of raids and attack by British loyalist and their native allies. Settlements and farms were burned out, the population killed or taken prisoner. This young girl has seen something which strikes fear into her heart. 

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Original acrylic on canvas / 18 x 24
$600

This is a local scene of a beautiful reflective waterway photographed in October when the leaves were at full value. A Seneca hunter paddles his birchbark canoe after a successful turkey hunt. The canoe was the major means of travel during this period. The waterways were links into the interior and the Great Lakes regions.  

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"Frontier Terror" "The Turkey Hunter" 
 

Original acrylic on Panel / 18 x 10
$200

This a very small tight painting depicting a tattooed warrior of the Turtle Clan. He is painted for war and will rely on fine flintlock rifle to carry him through safely.

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Original acrylic on canvas / 24 x 36

A Seneca warrior "The keepers of the Western Door" to the Iroquois Confederacy, keeps a watchful eye on an English colonial survey team across the river. Maps of the western part of New York were quite poor and very inaccurate during the pre-revolutionary area. There were many survey companies working for large land speculators. These men had grand plans for the country once it was opened up to colonization. However there was a major problem with their plan…it was the ancestral home of the mighty Seneca nation backed by their powerful unified confederacy. This is a scene overlooking the deep gorge and upper falls of the Genesee River just downstream from present day Portageville. 

Limited Edition Print signed and numbered / 100 total run / on acid free paper /  12 x 16 / $80

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"The Turtle Clansman" "Under A Watchful Eye"  
 
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