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Served with Honor - Buffalo Soldier

1994 Signed Numbered Print

by Bob Thomason - Native American Cherokee Artist

Born July 23, 1944 in Whittier, CA; son of Ada Mineo and Earvin Thomason

Number 266 of 750 Print

14" x 18 1/4"

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Kiowa Flute Player

Print by Stephen Mopope - Native American Kiowa Artist

Born Aug 27, 1898 near Red Stone Baptist Mission on the Kiowa Reservation, Indian Territory; died Feb 3, 1974 at Fort Cobb, OK.

"Mopope's Grandfather was a Spanish captive, kidnapped by the Kiowas from a wagon train crossing the prairie and reared by Chief Many Bears.  On the Kiowa side he was a descendant of Appiatan, a noted Kiowa warrior.  He is one of the original Five Kiowas and was primarily a painter and dancer most of his life"  Snodgrass 1968

Printed by the Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art -Tulsa, OK

10 3/4" x 14"

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Osage Chant

1938 Print by James Auchiah - Native American Kiowa Artist

Born 1906 where Medicine Park, OK now stands.  Died Dec 28, 1974 in Carnegie, OK; son of Mark Auchiah; grandson of Chief Santana and Red Tipi, medicine man and tribal artist.

"Although not officially one of the Five Kiowas, Auchiah joined the group in their special classes at the University of Oklahoma in the fall of 1927"  Snodgrass 1968  "As an elementary student, the artist was one caught drawing and painting, which was not allowed in the Indian schools at that time.  As punishment he was required to finish his painting after school and thus, miss super.  Auchiah said he was glad to do so, 'because I would rather paint than eat.'"  Docstader 1977

Printed by the Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art -Tulsa, OK

11" x 14"

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Untitled

Print by Monroe Tsatoke - Native American Kiowa Artist

Tsa To Kee, Hunting Horse

Born Sept 29, 1904near Saddle Mountain, OK; died Feb 3, 1937 of tuberculosis; son of Tsa To Kee, Kiowa Scout for General Custer; father of Lee Monette Tsatoke; Grandmother was a white captive.

"Tsatoke was one of the Kiowa Five". Snodgrass 1968

Printed by the Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art -Tulsa, OK

11" x 14"

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WEDDING

Print by Spencer Asah - Native American Kiowa Artist

Lallo, Little Boy

Born 1905-1910 near Carnegie, OK; died 1954 in Norman, OK; son of a Buffalo Medicine Man.

"Asah grew up in an atmosphere of tribal legends and rituals, the influence of which is evident in his paintings.  Asah is one of the original Kiowa Five". Snodgrass 1968

Printed by the Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art -Tulsa, OK

11" x 14"

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FLUTE PLAYER

Print by Jack Hokeah - Native American Kiowa Artist

Born 1902 in western OK; died Dec 14, 1969 at Fort Cobb, OK; grandson of the warrior White Horse.

"Orphaned while still a young boy, he was reared by his grandmother.  Although Hokeah was one of the Five Kiowas, he did not contribute to the art world in his later years" Snodgrass 4968

Hokeah was an exceptional dancer and this interfered with his painting time." Doctstader 1994

Printed by the Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art -Tulsa, OK

11" x 14"

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Kiowa Medicine Man

Print by David Williams - Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

16" x 12"

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Prayers with Peyote Birds

Original Colored Pencil by Richard Johnson

Native American Choctaw Artist

18" x 12"

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End of the Trail Visions

Original Pencil Drawing by Richard Johnson

Native American Choctaw Artist

17" x 14"

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Bear Shield

Original Pencil Drawing by Richard Johnson

Native American Choctaw Artist

Not Signed - 17" x 14"

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Let the Spirit Rise Among Us

Original Pencil Drawing by Richard Johnson

Native American Choctaw Artist

17" x 14"

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Warrior on Horse

Original Pencil Drawing by Richard Johnson

Native American Choctaw Artist

Not Signed - 13 1/4" x 14"

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Hunter with Rifle

Print by David Williams

Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

16" x 12"

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Scaffold Burial

Matted Print by Woody Crumbo (Woodrow Wilson Crumbo)

Native American Potawatomie Artist

Born Jan 21, 1912 in Lexington, OK; died April 4, 1989 at Cimarron, NM; son of Mary and Alex Crumbo; father of Minisa Crumbo Halsey.  His father died when he was four and his mother died when he was seven.

"At the end of the 3rd grade, his schooling was interrupted for nearly 10 years.  During this period he, and other young Indian boys of Anadarko, OK were encouraged by Susie Peters, who worked with them, finding them materials with which to paint and a market for their work. 'Some of us were so small that we sat on gallon buckets and used the backs of chairs for easels."

Woody was the second director of the Art Department at Bacone Indian College, Muskogee, OK, following Acee Blue Eagle.

Matted size 16" x 20"

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Meteor over Scaffold

Original on Mat board by Albert Harjo

Native American Creek Artist

16" x 20"

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Eagle Dancer

Print by Doc (Joyce Lee Tate Nevaquaya) Tate Nevaquaya

Native American Comanche Artist

Born 1932 in Apache, OK

"A physician by the name of Dr. Joyce delivered him and Nevaquaya's family honored the doctor by using Joyce for their son's first name.  Perhaps because of his relationship to this doctor he was nicknamed Doc.  When orphaned at the age of 13, Nevaquaya went to live with his grandparents, thus strengthening ties to his Comanche heritage.  In addition to his paintings, he was a very talented flute maker and performer."

15 1/4" x 20 1/4"

Very Colorful - Background is more Brown than Red

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Flute Player

Signed Print by Doc Tate Nevaquaya

Native American Comanche Artist

Very Colorful in Purple and Pink Sky

Shadows on Photos not on print

Countersigned in Pencil

Born 1932 in Apache, OK

"A physician by the name of Dr. Joyce delivered him and Nevaquaya's family honored the doctor by using Joyce for their son's first name.  Perhaps because of his relationship to this doctor he was nicknamed Doc.  When orphaned at the age of 13, Nevaquaya went to live with his grandparents, thus strengthening ties to his Comanche heritage.  In addition to his paintings, he was a very talented flute maker and performer."

17 1/2" x 22"

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Powwow Princess

Hand-cut Triple Matted Print by Ron W. Geionety

Native American Kiowa Artist

Born July 17, 1950; son of George Geionety; GGF: Stumblingbear, Kiowa chief and a signer of the peace treaty at Medicine Lodge (KS) 1876

Signed and Countersigned 14" x 20"

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Dog Soldier

Hand cut Triple Matted Print by Ron W. Geionety

Native American Kiowa Artist

Born July 17, 1950; son of George Geionety; GGF: Stumblingbear, Kiowa chief and a signer of the peace treaty at Medicine Lodge (KS) 1876

2012 - 15" x 20"

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Little Hugs

Signed Print by Gary Montgomery

Native American Seminole Artist

Countersigned in Pencil

Shadow Not on Print - Background is White

Born Sept 18, 1950 in Seminole, OK; son of Sara Jane Davis and William Clarence Montgomery; M/GP; Liddie Miller and Jesse Tiger.  He says of his art, "I paint the omens, legends and truths 0f the Native American in the environment of 100-150 years ago."

18" x 22"

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Warrior

Signed Numbered Lithograph Print by Robert Redbird

Native American Kiowa Artist

Born July 22, 1939 in Lawton, OK, died in 2016; grandfather was Monroe Tsatoke

Although Redbird was an urban Indian, raised in Dallas, TX, he used stories from his grandfather and the tribal elders to preserve and communicate the Kiowa culture and way of life.  He was eight years old when he was inspired to paint by his grandfather, one of the Kiowa Five.

Number 212 of 1000 Print

14" x 11"

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Deer and Scissortail Flycatchers

Signed Lithograph? Print by Woody Crumbo

Native American Potawatomi Artist from Oklahoma

Born Jan 21, 1912 in Lexington, OK; died April 4, 1989 at Cimarron, NM; son of Mary and Alex Crumbo; father of Minisa Crumbo Halsey.  His father died when he was four and his mother died when he was seven.

"At the end of the 3rd grade, his schooling was interrupted for nearly 10 years.  During this period he, and other young Indian boys of Anadarko, OK were encouraged by Susie Peters, who worked with them, finding them materials with which to paint and a market for their work. 'Some of us were so small that we sat on gallon buckets and used the backs of chairs for easels."

Woody was the second director of the Art Department at Bacone Indian College, Muskogee, OK, following Acee Blue Eagle.

Double Matted size 14" x 11"

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Wind Warrior

Signed Numbered Print by Gary Whitedeer

Native American Choctaw Artist

Number 708 of 1000

Born Dec 17, 1950 in Tulsa, OK; son of Mary Lee and Gilbert White; P/GP; Minnie and Sampson White; M/GP; Orathy and Robert Northcott; related to Issi Tohhi, White Deer.

16" x 12"

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Chief to Powwow

Signed Numbered Print by David Williams

Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

Number 359 of 1000 Print

20" x 26"

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Indian Police

Signed Lithograph Print by David Williams

Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

Tos-que '72 - Apache Man

16" x 12" - Shrink wrapped - sorry for the glare

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Indian Scout

Print by David Williams

Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

1973

16" x 12" - Shrink wrapped - sorry for the glare

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Deer with Fawns

Print by David Williams

Native American Kiowa/Tonkawa/Apache Artist

Tosque, Apache Man

Born Aug 20, 1933 in Lawton, OK; died Nov 8, 1985 in Tulsa, OK; son of Jenny and Emmett Williams, singer and leather designer; he is descendant of Satanka (Sitting Bear), Kiowa War chief.

"Williams said when he was a boy he first picked up a brush after he saw his elders painting, although he didn't paint seriously until about 1959.  He estimated that he had completed more than  2,000 paintings before losing his eyesight in 1981 due to diabetes.  In his last years he underwent almost constant dialysis treatments but continued to sing at powwows when his health permitted." Snodgrass-King 1993

1973

16" x 12" - Shrink wrapped - sorry for the glare

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Seminole Patterns

Signed Print by Robert (Bob) Annesley 1978

Native American Cherokee Artist

Print - 14" x 11"

Born Feb 11, 1943 in Norman, OK; son of Zeta E. and Sylvester C. Annesley.

Bob won his first painting award when he was fourteen and had his first solo show when he was eighteen.  He became a full-time artist in 1973.

lighter in color than photo

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Phantoms of the Plain

by Mary Jo Pittman

1994 Print - 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Night Trackers

by Mary Jo Pittman

1994 Print - 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

Glare is from shrink wrap, not on actual print

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Native Statue of Liberty

by John Burrows - Native American Osage Artist

Original Ink Drawing - not signed - 12 3/4" x 8 3/4"

White Paper with Black Ink

Shadow from photo in left corner...not on artwork

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Native American Church Peyote Bird

Signed by John Burrows - Native American Osage Artist

2008 Original Ink Drawing - 15" x 10 1/2"

White Paper with Black Ink

Shadow from photo in top corner...not on artwork

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Native American in Chains

Signed by John Burrows - Native American Osage Artist

2007 Original Drawing - 15" x 11"

White Paper with Black Ink and Colored Pencil

Shadow from photo on top edge...not on artwork

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Proud Spirit

by Robert Redbird - Native American Kiowa Artist

Signed Numbered Print 572/1000

Born July 22, 1939 in Lawton, OK, died in 2016; grandfather was Monroe Tsatoke

Although Redbird was an urban Indian, raised in Dallas, TX, he used stories from his grandfather and the tribal elders to preserve and communicate the Kiowa culture and way of life.  He was eight years old when he was inspired to paint by his grandfather, one of the Kiowa Five.

Measures 14" x 11"

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork

POW WOW DRUMMERS

by Ron W. Geionety - Native American Kiowa Artist

Born July 17, 1950; son of George Geionety; GGF: Stumblingbear, Kiowa chief and a signer of the peace treaty at Medicine Lodge (KS) 1876

Original Ink & Watercolor - Cut Design Triple Matted - Size 22" tall x 16" wide

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

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Native American Oklahoma Artist Jerome (Richard) Tiger

Native American Creek/Seminole Artist

Numbered Print 1263 of 1500 with Portfolio

"Intermission"

Born July 8, 1941 in Tahlequah, OK; died Aug 13, 1967; son of Loucinda Lewis and Rev. John M. Tiger; father of Dana, Lisa and Jerome Chris Tiger.

"Jerome first began to paint 'Indian Style' in 1962, and submitted his initial works to the Philbrook Indian Annual that year.  Jeanne Snodgrass invited him to have his first major exhibition at the museum.  When almost all of the paintings in the exhibition sold on the opening night, Snodgrass asked Tiger to produce more paintings to replace those sold.  Before the exhibition ended, Tiger had replaced the paintings twice.

Tiger was a high school dropout, a street and ringfighter, and a laborer but, most of all, an artist.  At twenty-six years of age he died of an apparently unintentional, self-inflicted gun shot to the head.

Print size 13" x 22 1/2"   Portfolio size 18 1/2" x 22 1/2" - contains descriptive card

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

 

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

Native American Oklahoma Artist Jerome Tiger

Native American Creek/Seminole Artist

Numbered Print 1263 of 1500 with Portfolio

Print size 14" x 18 1/2"   Portfolio size 18 1/2" x 22 1/2" - contains descriptive card

"Never Get Away"

Born July 8, 1941 in Tahlequah, OK; died Aug 13, 1967; son of Loucinda Lewis and Rev. John M. Tiger; father of Dana, Lisa and Jerome Chris Tiger.

"Jerome first began to paint 'Indian Style' in 1962, and submitted his initial works to the Philbrook Indian Annual that year.  Jeanne Snodgrass invited him to have his first major exhibition at the museum.  When almost all of the paintings in the exhibition sold on the opening night, Snodgrass asked Tiger to produce more paintings to replace those sold.  Before the exhibition ended, Tiger had replaced the paintings twice.

Tiger was a high school dropout, a street and ringfighter, and a laborer but, most of all, an artist.  At twenty-six years of age he died of an apparently unintentional, self-inflicted gun shot to the head.

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome TigerIndian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Jerome Tiger

Native American Oklahoma Artist Jerome Tiger

Native American Creek/Seminole Artist

Numbered Print 1263 of 1500 with Portfolio

"Yesterday, Today and, Tomorrow"

Print size 16" x 20"   Portfolio size 18 1/2" x 22 1/2" - contains descriptive card

Born July 8, 1941 in Tahlequah, OK; died Aug 13, 1967; son of Loucinda Lewis and Rev. John M. Tiger; father of Dana, Lisa and Jerome Chris Tiger.

"Jerome first began to paint 'Indian Style' in 1962, and submitted his initial works to the Philbrook Indian Annual that year.  Jeanne Snodgrass invited him to have his first major exhibition at the museum.  When almost all of the paintings in the exhibition sold on the opening night, Snodgrass asked Tiger to produce more paintings to replace those sold.  Before the exhibition ended, Tiger had replaced the paintings twice.

Tiger was a high school dropout, a street and ringfighter, and a laborer but, most of all, an artist.  At twenty-six years of age he died of an apparently unintentional, self-inflicted gun shot to the head.

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork - Gary Montgomery

Native American Oklahoma Artist Gary Montgomery

Native American Seminole Artist

Signed and Numbered Print 122 of 1000

"Sacred Circle"

Born Sept 18, 1950 in Seminole, OK; son of Sara Jane Davis and William Clarence Montgomery; M/GP; Liddie Miller and Jesse Tiger.  He says of his art, "I paint the omens, legends and truths 0f the Native American in the environment of 100-150 years ago."

32" x 23"

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork -Gary Montgomery

Native American Oklahoma Artist Gary Montgomery

Native American Seminole Artist

Signed and Numbered Print 404 of 1000

"Sacred Heritage"

Born Sept 18, 1950 in Seminole, OK; son of Sara Jane Davis and William Clarence Montgomery; M/GP; Liddie Miller and Jesse Tiger.  He says of his art, "I paint the omens, legends and truths 0f the Native American in the environment of 100-150 years ago."

32" x 23"

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American artwork -Gary Montgomery

Native American Oklahoma Artist Gary Montgomery

Native American Seminole Artist

Signed and Numbered Print 413/1000

"Omen"

Born Sept 18, 1950 in Seminole, OK; son of Sara Jane Davis and William Clarence Montgomery; M/GP; Liddie Miller and Jesse Tiger.  He says of his art, "I paint the omens, legends and truths 0f the Native American in the environment of 100-150 years ago."

32" x 23"

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American sculpture - Ted Creepingbear

Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American sculpture - Ted Creepingbear

"MY SISTER" ALABASTER SCULPTURE

by Ted Creepingbear

Native American Kiowa Artist

Measures 11 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" wide

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American Sculpture - Robert Bushy

Fetish Bear OKLAHOMA ALABASTER SCULPTURE

by Robert Bushy - Native American Cheyenne Artist

Measures 3" tall x 4 1/4" wide

Carved all around

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American Sculpture - Robert Bushy

Buffalo OKLAHOMA ALABASTER SCULPTURE

by Robert Bushy - Native American Cheyenne Artist

Measures 3 1/2" tall x 4 1/4" wide

Carved all around

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American Sculpture - Robert Bushy

Eagle Head OKLAHOMA ALABASTER SCULPTURE

by Robert Bushy - Native American Cheyenne Artist

Measures 2 3/4" tall x 4 1/4" wide

Carved all around

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Indian Art Oklahoma - Native American Sculpture - Robert Bushy

Wolf Head OKLAHOMA ALABASTER SCULPTURE

by Robert Bushy - Native American Cheyenne Artist

Measures 5 1/4" tall x 3 1/4" wide

Carved all around

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