Ethnographic art

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Sioux Muslin Winter Count. ДА6. is a later copy, probably depicting the years 1823-1908, based on N 11, "The Year the Stars Fell," 85 depictions of important events laid out in 5 vertical sections, N 59 probably portrays Hunkpapa chief Sitting Bull and his people being taken to their reservation on a steamboat. "This Native American story cloth was given to my late husband, N. Berwyn Lawrence, M.D., by a patient in Colton, CA. 1936-38." American Indian & Ethnographic Arts 3043B. Dec. 2017. Chief Sitting Bull, Native American Stories, Sioux Indian, Sitting Bull, Ethnographic Art, American Story, Steam Boats, Dark Ages, Sioux

Chief Sitting Bull

Sioux Muslin Winter Count. ДА6. is a later copy, probably depicting the years 1823-1908, based on N 11, "The Year the Stars Fell," 85 depictions of important events laid out in 5 vertical sections, N 59 probably portrays Hunkpapa chief Sitting Bull and his people being taken to their reservation on a steamboat. "This Native American story cloth was given to my late husband, N. Berwyn Lawrence, M.D., by a patient in Colton, CA. 1936-38." American Indian & Ethnographic Arts 3043B. Dec. 2017.

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Peggy Weaver
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American Indian & Ethnographic Art | Skinner Auction 2473

Skinner closes the month of September with an eclectic sale of American Indian and Ethnographic art, including pre-Columbian, fine Polynesian, and important Maori material. The auction also features an excellent selection of Navajo jewelry, fine Germantown weavings, and a nice grouping of plains material, plus pottery, beadwork, and basketry. For further information, please contact Skinner’s American Indian & Ethnographic Art department at 508-970-3000 or AmericanIndian@skinnerinc.com.

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Radoslav Georgiev
Sioux Muslin Winter Count. ДА11. is a later copy, probably depicting the years 1823-1908, based on N 11, "The Year the Stars Fell," 85 depictions of important events laid out in 5 vertical sections, N 59 probably portrays Hunkpapa chief Sitting Bull and his people being taken to their reservation on a steamboat. "This Native American story cloth was given to my late husband, N. Berwyn Lawrence, M.D., by a patient in Colton, CA. 1936-38." American Indian & Ethnographic Arts 3043B. Dec. 2017. Chief Sitting Bull, Native American Stories, Sitting Bull, Ethnographic Art, American Story, Plains Indians, American Illustration, Bear Claws, History Projects

Chief Sitting Bull

Sioux Muslin Winter Count. ДА11. is a later copy, probably depicting the years 1823-1908, based on N 11, "The Year the Stars Fell," 85 depictions of important events laid out in 5 vertical sections, N 59 probably portrays Hunkpapa chief Sitting Bull and his people being taken to their reservation on a steamboat. "This Native American story cloth was given to my late husband, N. Berwyn Lawrence, M.D., by a patient in Colton, CA. 1936-38." American Indian & Ethnographic Arts 3043B. Dec. 2017.

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Peggy Weaver