Three Watchmen is a limited edition serigraph print by Reg Davidson from the Haida Nation.
Three human figures wearing hats are often carved at the very top of Haida poles. In the past, Haida watchmen were posted at strategic positions around a village to raise the alarm in advance of an approaching enemy. These three watchmen are facing towards the north, towards the ocean, and towards the south. The watchman on the right wears a Raven helmet, while the watchman on the left wears an Eagle helmet. These figures represent the two matrilineal descent groups within Haida society, Eagle and Raven.
The print measures about 22 x 28 inches and has an edition size of 76 prints. It is signed and numbered in original by the artist.
The second photograph shows Reg Davidson with his print.
The price includes shipping within North America.
The print for sale does not include a frame.