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Oswald Fredericks

About Oswald Fredericks
(1905-1996, Hopi)  Later named White Bear, Fredericks attended Phoenix Indian School.  Later he taught arts and crafts and dance at the Phoenix Boys Club.

Kucha Honawah was his Indian name. 

Fredericks' illustrations of Hopi rain dancing were in Arizona Highways magazine in their July 1959 issue.  He also produced kachina carvings as well as murals.
 

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About the Artist (1905-1996, Hopi)  Later named White Bear, Fredericks attended Phoenix Indian School.  Later he taught arts and crafts and dance at the Phoenix Boys Club.

Kucha Honawah was his Indian name. 

Fredericks' illustrations of Hopi rain dancing were in Arizona Highways magazine in their July 1959 issue.  He also produced kachina carvings as well as murals.
 
Medium Acrylic on paper
Sight size 18 1/2" height X 16 3/4" width
Frame Triple window mat boards, regular glass, black lacquered wood molding
Frame size 29" height X 27" width
Signed Bear paw "Hopi" at viewer's lower right
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed
Provenance Jo Bur
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