|Creator||Allen, William C.|
|Material(s)||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||H-103 W-64.5 inches|
|Description||This is a painting of Daniel Boone. It features a background of forest with a trail on the upper left side of the painting. The end of the trail is lighter than the trail through the woods. Boone is sitting a rocks on the right side of the painting facing the left. He is holding a rifle that is sitting on his left leg. His left hand is holding the barrel and his right is holding the stock. He is wearing a fringed buckskin coat and leggings. The leggings have beadwork on them. Boone has long dark hair and sideburns. He has the strap of a beaded bag over his left shoulder. There is a dog on the left side of the painting at Boone's feet. The dog's body is facing right but its head is turned toward the left. There is a white bag and knife on the rocks to Boone's left. There is a small waterfall on the right side of the painting and a patch of grass on the left side in the foreground.|
|Notes||Boone was born in 1734 and died in 1820.|
|Collection||KHS Museum Collection|
Allen, William C.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|