A chipped carved and decorated frame made by a prisoner-of-war in Fort Henry, Ontario. In WW I the fort was used as an internment camp for German prisoners. A number of these frames and other works were produced in that period.
The frame is decorated with an Native portrait in head dress, the name FORT - HENRY, the date 1915 and chip carved fans.
The pictures are likely not original but suit the frame.
A good piece of folk art with a relevant historical connection.
Size 18" by 11".