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Jerry Lee

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Young Navajo woman places her hand on the lamb's back to reassure it of its immediate safety.

Historically Navajo women's responsibility often was to care for their sheep.

Jerry Lee is especially well regarded for his depiction of campfires.

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Gallery Price $700.00

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Young Navajo woman places her hand on the lamb's back to reassure it of its immediate safety.

Historically Navajo women's responsibility often was to care for their sheep.

Jerry Lee is especially well regarded for his depiction of campfires.

About the Artist

(Born 1944) Jerry Lee, a Navajo artist, was born at Wide Ruins on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona. In 1964 won a first place award in the Scottsdale National Indian Art Exhibition. He later studied under Beatien Yazz.

Jerry Lee also signs his Navajo name "Hosteen Nez" to his artwork. His work is found in collections at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona; the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Museum of Northern Arizona.

Medium Acrylic on paper board
Sight size 15" height X 13" width
Frame Double archival window mats, regular glass, grey rustic wood molding (custom)
Frame size 22 1/8" height X 20 1/4" width
Signed "Jerry Lee" at viewer's lower right
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed
Provenance Bi He
Other Works by Jerry Lee
Extraordinary Fire Dancers, Paintings by Jerry Lee Navajo Couple on Horseback, Paintings by Jerry Lee Walking with Her Dog, Paintings by Jerry Lee
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