An original mixed media painting by Crow Nation artist Kevin Red Star. Titled "Buffalo Dancer", the painting depicts both a Crow Native dancer and the Buffalo spirit. Signed in lower right. by artist and on reverse. Canvas wrapped edges, unframed.
Size: 26" x 20"
Southwest Landscape, pastel on paper, inscribed lower right by artist: "Ganado 02 MD" Verso of matt in graphite: "Hillside grave site of Chief Many Horses and the future site of Lorenzo Hubbell grave where he asked to be buried ...Faces Ganado Trading Post"
Frame- 13 3/4 high, 15 1/2 wide
Image- 4 1/4" high, 5 1/4" wide
c. 20th Century
Four Water Colors by Bertha M. Farr. Master Studies of Upper Montana Native Americans after Karl Bodmer.
paper size: 11-12" x 9-1/4 ", framed: 16" x 14" with linen undermat.
c. Mid 19th Century
Chippewa Squaw and Child. McKenney (1785-1859) & Hall (1793-1868). Hand-colored lithographed plate of "Chippewa Squaw and Child [pink]." This plate is from the famous 120 plate complete set done in the mid 19th century. Chiefly painted by Charles Bird King, they were deposited at the war department in Wash D.C. The project was under the direction of Col. McKenney, Superintendent of Indian Affairs.