Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala dance; Oglala Indians; Dance costume; Horses in art; Bow and arrow
This painting, done in ledger style, depicts four figures on horseback, in a ceremonial context. Inscribed on recto: An Indian Horse Dance.
Inscribed on verso: Equestrian Dance Drawn by Kills Two, an Oglala Sioux.
Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Hopi art; Hopi dance; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-Arizona; Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
This painting depicts four figures in ceremonial costume; two are dancing.
Corn; Ceremonial objects; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Pueblo men; Pueblo Indians-Religion; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
This painting depicts a man and woman in ceremonial dress adorned with evergreen cuttings. The man has a rattle; the woman wears a tablita headdress. On recto: (Cochiti Corn Dance) (Tonita Peña) no. 19.
This painting depicts two dancers in ceremonial costume. Inscribed on recto: Drawing by San Juanito Garcia, Santo Domingo, no. 24.
No published reference to this artist has been located. The name could refer to either Jose Garcia (Santo Domingo,...