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Man on Paint Pony Wearing Feathered Headdress

George Keahbone

About The Man on Paint Pony Wearing Feathered Headdress

Quite a sensitive depiction of a horse, wherein the man, fully costumed is secondary in importance.

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Gallery Price $2,800.00

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Quite a sensitive depiction of a horse, wherein the man, fully costumed is secondary in importance.

About the Artist George Campbell Keahbone explained that many of the themes he painted, came from his imagination. Keahbone also admitted many of his ideas came from stories he heard from the old Kiowa people. He was also influenced by the artists he interfaced with at the Santa Fe Indian school, not to mention the fact that Spencer Asah was his uncle. Keahbone also studied under Dorothy Dunn. Keahbone was the winner of awards at several venues such as the American Indian Exposition at Anadarko, Oklahoma; at the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonials at Church Rock, New Mexico; at the New Mexico Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico and at the Philbrook Art Center. Every major book covering Native American painters includes Keahbone's work.
Medium Gouache (opaque water-based paint) on paper board
Sight size 14 3/4" height X 13 1/4" width
Frame Two Alpha mat boards, regular glass, metal sectional molding
Frame size 20 1/2" height X 19 1/3" width
Signed "Keahbone" at viewer's lower right
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed.
Provenance JMB, acquired from Kiva Fine Arts in 1995
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