Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Chases the Buffalo
For thousands of years, the Plains Indians hunted buffalo as a food source, used bones for tools and utilized many more parts for everyday use. Native American artist Evans Flammond Sr., Sicangu Lakota Nation, hand paints this deer hide to commemorate the importance of the buffalo.
He uses a commercially tanned deer hide and paints it with acrylic paints. He attaches the hide to a hanger and decorates the leather dangles with glass and brass beads.
The piece is signed by the artist.
Length 51 | Width 36 | Deep 1 inches
All measurements are approximate.
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