Michael Haynes

Wildwood, MO

With his focus on the history of the early Western frontier, Michael’s “Uniform and Dress of the Corps of Discovery” paintings were selected as guides for the uniforms, created for the National Geographic’s Lewis and Clark IMAX film production. Throughout the commemoration of the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Michael was commissioned for numerous paintings depicting scenes from this epic trek across America.

It has been Michael’s great honor to work with a number of Indian Nations including the Hidatsa, the Mandan, the Chinook and the Arikara to depict moments in their tribal history. 

Winter at Camp Bubois
Winter at Camp Bubois

13 ½ 20 ½ $2,500

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Shoshone Firelight, 1805
Shoshone Firelight, 1805

27 ½ x 29 ½ $5,000

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Setting the Traps
Setting the Traps

17 ½ x 31 $4,000

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Pony Express Rider SImpson Springs
Pony Express Rider SImpson Springs

Pony Express Rider Simpson Springs, Utah Watercolor 47 ¾ x 60 $15,000

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Highballing the Missouri
Highballing the Missouri

Watercolor 61 ½ x 55 $15,000

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Osage Orange
Osage Orange

24 x 28 ½ $3,500

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Meriwether Lewis on the NatchezTrace
Meriwether Lewis on the NatchezTrace

Watercolor 23 x 29 $4,500

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Cameahwait
Cameahwait

25 ½ x 21 ½ $4,000

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Meriwether Lewis
Meriwether Lewis

21 ½ x 17 ½ $4,000

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Just Waitin'
Just Waitin'

Watercolor SOLD

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Tools of Crow Warrior
Tools of Crow Warrior

Watercolor $4,800 SOLD

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His Sister's Son
His Sister's Son

Watercolor SOLD

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Arikara Warrior
Arikara Warrior

Watercolor SOLD

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Peacock Feather
Peacock Feather

Watercolor SOLD

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US Cavalry 1862, Remington
US Cavalry 1862, Remington

Watercolor $3,000

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Tecumesh
Tecumesh

Watercolor SOLD

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