1977. Original art by the self-taught Blackfoot artist Melvin Tailfeathers, purchased directly from the artist by a couple who lived in Browning, Montana, on the Blackfoot Reservation, in the 1970s. A pencil, and possibly charcoal, rendering of a Native American man, with spear, seated on a hill next to his horse. Matted in an oval 13" wide and framed to 18" x 15". Signed by Tailfeathers. Any date has been obscured by the matting, but ca. 1977. The artwork is fine; the frame has several small nicks. No Binding. Fine. (Inventory #: 032337)
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