Haskay Yahne Yah (the wandering boy) otherwise known as Harrison Begay is the artist who created this remarkable piece of art. Harrison is an internationally known artist who began to pursue painting after he was discharged from the U.S. Army, where he served during World War II. During the 1960s he presented General Eisenhower with a painting which has now become part of a permanent collection in Washington D.C. The innocence of this young navajo boy can be seen clearly as he is remembering a colt horse while being accompanied be a dog companion. The painting is placed in a dark brown wood frame that measures 20" by 22 1/2" and the painting itself measures 13 1/4" by 15".