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Seminole Stomp Dance

Matthew Harjo

About The Seminole Stomp Dance

On the back of the painting is text as follows:

Seminole Stomp Dance

"This is a celebration dance that was started after the 1800's.  The seminoles celebrated by dancing around a fire. The dancing is started by the coming of the new moon. As they danced they sang to the great spirit for giving them just enough rain and sunshine for their crops that grew well."

An attached label indicates this painting was produced by Matthew Harjo, grade 11, attending Talequah High.

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On the back of the painting is text as follows:

Seminole Stomp Dance

"This is a celebration dance that was started after the 1800's.  The seminoles celebrated by dancing around a fire. The dancing is started by the coming of the new moon. As they danced they sang to the great spirit for giving them just enough rain and sunshine for their crops that grew well."

An attached label indicates this painting was produced by Matthew Harjo, grade 11, attending Talequah High.

About the Artist 20th century born, Matthew Harjo is likely an American Indian artist of Seminole lineage from Oklahoma.  In 1975 he was in the 11th grade  Year of birth may have been 1958.
Medium Acrylic paint on black mat board
Signed ' "Cockasa" Matthew Harjo 1975' at viewer's lower right
Date of creation 1975
Condition Good to excellent, as edges of board need to be cuff off
Provenance CPL
Board size 22" height X 33" width