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Fred Beaver

About Fred Beaver

(1911-1980, Creek/ Seminole) Fred Beaver "Eka La Nee" (Brown Head) was a painter and a muralist, who graduated from Eufaula High School and attended Bacone College.

Under the Five Civilized Tribes Agency, he served as a clerk and interpreter.  Beaver was honored with the Waite Phillips Outstanding Indian Artist Trophy.  In 1979 he won the Wolf Robe Hunt award at the Philbrook Art Center in Tulsa during the 34th Annual American Indian Artists Exhibition.

He was best known for his portrayals of Creek and Seminole life.  This artist was especially diligent about researching details and authentic costumes. 

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About the Artist

(1911-1980, Creek/ Seminole) Fred Beaver "Eka La Nee" (Brown Head) was a painter and a muralist, who graduated from Eufaula High School and attended Bacone College.

Under the Five Civilized Tribes Agency, he served as a clerk and interpreter.  Beaver was honored with the Waite Phillips Outstanding Indian Artist Trophy.  In 1979 he won the Wolf Robe Hunt award at the Philbrook Art Center in Tulsa during the 34th Annual American Indian Artists Exhibition.

He was best known for his portrayals of Creek and Seminole life.  This artist was especially diligent about researching details and authentic costumes. 

Medium Gouache (opaque watercolor) on paper board
Sight size 12" height X 8" width
Frame Two window mat boards, glass, wood molding
Frame size 19 1/4" height X 15 1/2" width
Signed "Fred Beaver 6-30-51" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation 1951
Condition Good, not excellent due to 1/4" discoloration at viewer's right of figure's upper left. See last photo.
Provenance RF
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