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...
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 a bird 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.
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.