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Cheyenne Warrior in Feather Headdress with Shield, Monroe Tsatoke, ca. 1915-1937

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Cheyenne Warrior in Feather Headdress with Shield
Monroe Tsatoke
ca. 1915-1937
sheet: 11 3⁄8 x 7 in. (28.9 x 17.9 cm)
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Corbin-Henderson Collection, Gift of Alice H. Rossin
gouache on paper
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My brain fixed it, so I never even noticed.


Sorry about my mistake in spelling "this" I haven't had my coffee yet! HaHa


I'm glad you like it and appreciate your encouraging comments, Bernadette!


Thus is so beautiful, thank you!


You're welcome, gerdje and nana. I'm really glad you like it.

in response to your question, gerdje, I can see why you might think he was a Japanese artist. However, I found this information about him on Wikipedia:
"Monroe Tsatoke (1904–1937) was a Kiowa painter and a member of the Kiowa Six from Oklahoma.[1]...Tsatokee, which means "Hunting Horse", was his Kiowa name. His father was also named Tsatokee, and was a Kiowa scout... Tsatoke never received art instruction until Susan Peters, the Kiowa agency field matron, arranged for Mrs. Willie Baze Lane, an artist from Chickasha, Oklahoma, to teach painting classes for young Kiowas in Anadarko. Recognizing the talent of some of the young artists, Peters convinced Swedish-American artist, Oscar Jacobson, director of the University of Oklahoma's School of Art, to accept the Kiowa students into a special program at the school,[3] in which they were coached and encouraged by Edith Mahier.[4...The Kiowa Six's first major breakthrough into the international fine arts world occurred at the 1928 First International Art Exposition in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Dr. Jacobson arranged for their work to be shown in several other countries and for Kiowa Art, a portfolio of pochoir print artists' paintings, to be published in France.[3]"


Wonderful painting*!* TFS Carol****

Sooo lovable ! I do not know this painter . Could he be Japonaes ? Many thanks carolsmc for this very special puzzle !

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