Sioux Indian Painting. I. Paintings of the Sioux and Other Tribes of the Great Plains. II. The Art of Amos Bad Heart Buffalo
by Alexander, Hartley Burr
Two vols. in one: I. 15-page introductory text and detailed descriptions of plates in English and French facing, accompanying 25 color reproductions of Sioux artworks. II. 10-page introductory text and detailed descriptions of plates in English and French facing, accompanying 25 plates showing works by the noted Northern Indian artist originally known as Eagle Lance. Paper somewhat fragile, a few plates in volume II slightly smudged at extremities. Large folio. Boards portfolio, another illustration and title mounted on front cover. Nice (C. Szwedzicki) 1938. One of 400 copies, signed by publisher. Neat ex-library copy with minimal stamps. The first volume presents work by several different artists, mostly named, including members of the Sioux, Shoshone, and Kiowa tribes, with depictions of costume, heraldry, hunting, and ceremony. The second volume presents work by Amos Bad Heart Buffalo, an Ogala Sioux who served as a cowboy and as an Indian policeman, and whose art depicts the schematics and customs of his people, with origins traceable to prehistoric pictography. (Inventory #: 48122)
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