Kenneth M. Freeman (1935 - 2008) "Story Teller" is a Seriolithograph in color on wove paper. It is signed and numbered (302/500) in pencil. The piece is framed and measures 27" x 24." The image was also used for the Hamilton Collection as one in the series of 10 plates known as "Proud Indian Families." A Jewish Artist From Chicago ... Born With A Cowboy Spirit... He was known affectionately as "Rembrandt of the Rodeo" by members of the press. First Lady Barbara Bush was sufficiently impressed with K.M. Freeman's southwestern art, that she invited him to show at the Smithsonian Institutes in conjunction with the planned Native American Museum extravaganza. In addition to creating book covers for Louis L'Amour and other Western authors, Freeman produced original art for Hamilton Collectibles, a ten plate series called "Proud Indian Families."