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    • Hunting buffalo

    • American bison; Bow and arrow; Hunting-North America; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, shows a man riding bareback in the process of slaying a buffalo with a bow and arrow. On verso: Illegible marks.
    • Pawnee and Sioux in battle

    • Bow and arrow; Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Shields; Featherwork
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts two warriors in battle. The figure on the left has fallen from his horse, and both horse and rider are wounded. The figure on the right appears to be a representation of Zintka Mato. On recto: Pawnee...
    • Red Walker bested by pursuing Crows

    • Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Featherwork; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts two men on horseback, with enemies apparently in pursuit. On verso is inscribed: Red Walker, a Sioux warrior, is bested by pursuing Crows. Red Walker’s leg is broken and his pony is wounded. Drawn by...
    • An Indian horse dance

    • 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.
    • Sioux warrior with saber, attacking a Crow Indian

    • Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Shields; Featherwork
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a struggle between two men on horseback. The figure on the right wields a sword. On verso: Sioux warrior with saber, attacking a Crow Indian. After the [Battle of] Little Big Horn, the Sioux possessed...
    • Mounted Sioux with saber attacks a Pawnee

    • Bow and arrow; Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Shields; Featherwork
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between two men. A man on horseback attacks another man with a saber. Inscribed on verso: Mounted Sioux with saber, attacks a Pawnee, who has discharged an arrow. Drawn by Kills Two.
    • Crow Indian and Sioux

    • Indians of North America-Great Plains; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons; Indians-Warfare; Bow and arrow; Featherwork; Horses in art
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between Crow and Sioux warriors. The figure on the left appears to be Crow. The figure on the right appears to be a representation of Tasunkakokipapi, also called Afraid-of-His-Horse, a 19th...
    • General Custer confronts Crazy Horse

    • Crazy Horse, ca. 1842-1877; Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876; Horses in art; Indians of North America-Great Plains; Indians-Warfare; Oglala Indians; Plains men; Weapons
    • This painting, done in ledger style, depicts a battle between Crazy Horse and General George Custer. Inscribed on recto: General Custer --- Crazy Horse. Inscribed on verso: General Custer Confronts Crazy Horse. The white man with saber, the Indian...
    • Two dancers

    • Dance costume; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
    • 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...
    • Hemis kachina, with corn

    • Ceremonial objects; Corn; Hopi art; Hopi Indians; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America-Arizona; Kachinas; Kachinas in art; Pueblo Indians
    • This painting depicts the Hemis kachina figure holding a bundle of corn. On verso: I (2) Author of life mark, the Life Giver.
    • Hopi buffalo dance

    • 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.
    • Eagle and mudhead kachinas

    • Dance costume; Hopi art; Hopi dance; Hopi Indians-Rites and ceremonies; Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians in art; Featherwork
    • This painting depicts eagle dancers and mudhead kachinas in traditional regalia. Signed by the artist in red. On verso: illegible text.
    • Pueblo woman dancer

    • Ceremonial objects; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Featherwork; Dance costume
    • This painting depicts a woman in ceremonial regalia, usually identifid with the Buffalo Dance. On recto: Awatsireh.
    • Bird and rainbow

    • Rainbow in art; Birds in art
    • This painting depicts a roadrunner and rainbow in a style similar to that seen on San Ildefonso pottery. The artist, Romando Vigil, is also known as Tse-Ye-Mu. On recto: Tse-Ye-Mu, no. 23. On verso: Romando Vigil.
    • Man on horseback

    • Horses in art; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo men; Weapons
    • This painting depicts a man in traditional regalia, holding a spear, on horseback. On recto: Julian Martinez, no. 21.
    • Cochiti Corn 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.
    • Hopi woman

    • Cloaks; Hairstyles; Hopi art; Hopi Indians; Hopi women; Indian textile fabrics-North America; Indians of North America-Arizona; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo women; Indian silverwork
    • This painting depicts a Hopi woman with traditional hairstyle and jewelry, wearing a white cloak. On verso "Univ. of Nebs."
    • Clown and bird kachinas

    • Ceremonial objects; Dance costume; Drum; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo Indians in art; Pueblo Indians-Religion
    • This painting depicts a drummer, a central figure wearing the regalia of an eagle dancer, and Pueblo clown dancer holding a plant. On recto: Ogwa Pi, no. 22.
    • Man with drum and two women grinding corn

    • Pueblo Indians in art; Ceremonial objects; Corn; Drum; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo men; Pueblo women; Tesuque men; Tesuque women; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin, shows a man playing a drum while two women grind corn. Written on recto of the original: Pan Yo Pin, Tesuque. Written on verso of the original: no. 33c color/ no.6 in series.
    • Two men in a corn field

    • Pueblo Indians in art; Corn; Cornstalks; Indians of North America-New Mexico; Pueblo men; Tesuque men; Pueblo Indians-Agriculture
    • This painting by the artist Thomas Vigil, also known as Pan Yo Pin, depicts two men tending a corn field. Written on recto of the original: Tomas [sic] Vigil, Pan Yo Pin. Written on verso of the original: no. 33g/ no.3 in series for color,...

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