Yellow Shield

Woody Big Bow

Yellow Shield, Paintings by Woody Big Bow
  • Woody Big Bow
  • Woodrow Big Bow
Marked Down $350.00
Gallery Price $750.00
Title
Yellow Shield
Artist
Woody Big Bow
Medium
Gouache on paper board
Sight size
13 3/4" height X 10 1/2" width
Frame
Gold finished wood molding, regular glass
Frame size
15 1/4" height X 12 1/4" width
Signed
"BigBow "41" " at viewer's lower right
Date of creation
1941
Condition
Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed.
Provenance
Consigned from the famed AP Fenderson collection APF
About The Yellow Shield

Big Bow creates an artistic version of each of three shields.

About Woody Big Bow

(Kiowa artist 1914-1988)  Born in Carnegie, Oklahoma, Big Bow was a grandson of Chief Big Bow. He attended the University of Oklahoma in the late 1930’s. A varied career included work as a set painter for western movies, a builder and a contractor as well as a painter.

Big Bow created murals in the RCA Building in New York and at the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, California. Big Bow also designed the red and yellow thunderbird insignia of the Oklahoma 45th Infantry Division.

His paintings are in such collections as the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Heritage Center, Inc. Collection at the Red Cloud Indian School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota; Oklahoma Historical Society Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation in New York; Philbrook Art Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Southwest Museum in Los Angeles and the Wichita Art Museum in Wichita, Kansas.

Other Works By Woody Big Bow:
  • Pelt Shield, Paintings by Woody Big Bow
  • Cow Skull Shield, Paintings by Woody Big Bow
Cultures

American Indian

Medium

Paintings

Subject

Dance

Keywords

Big Bow, Woody Big Bow, Woodrow Big Bow