One Proud Pony in Motion

Charlie Lee

One Proud Pony in Motion, Paintings by Charlie Lee
Item Purchased
Savvy Price $285.00
Gallery Price $350.00
Title
One Proud Pony in Motion
Artist
Charlie Lee
Medium
Gouache (opaque water-based paint) on paper board
Sight size
11 1/2" height X 15 1/2" width
Frame
Non-glare glass, dark wood molding with applied strip, metallic in appearance
Frame size
13" height X 17" width
Signed
"Yel-Ha-Yan '67" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation
1967
Condition
Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed. Frame is not a plus, condition-wise.
Provenance
JMB
About The One Proud Pony in Motion
About Charlie Lee

(1926-2003) Also known as Charles Lee, Huska Yel Ha Yah translates to Warrior Who Came Out.

Lee studied both art and music at Santa Fe and at one time, sang in a Santa Fe choir. He painted with Harrison Begay. Lee is perhaps best known for his paintings of horses.

Lee was an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God and a missionary to the Navajo people.

Numerous museums include his work in their collections. Lee is included in every major book chronicling the work of Native American artists. He illustrated the book Pathway to the Sky.

Cultures

American Indian, Navajo

Medium

Paintings

Subject

Horses

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