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 stylized figures wearing buffalo headdresses on horseback. 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 traditional regalia, taking part in the Buffalo Dance.
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 regalia 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 regalia, representing eagles. 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...
Masked dancer in regalia, pink shirt, and cupil (miter) decorated with ribbons; holding a rattle and a palma, or trident. Handwritten on the drawing is "Matachine dance" and the artist's name, Awa'tsireh.