Native American Hand Painted Rawhide Shield: Pawnee Surrender
Native American artist Rayme Little Wounded, Mnicoujou Lakota Nation, hand paints the image of Pawnee warriors surrendering to the Lakota.
Rayme uses commercially prepared rawhide wrapped around a willow hoop. He paints his images with acrylic paint. He decorates the shield with red wool cloth, metal bells, real horse hair dangles and imitation eagle feathers.
Length 52 | Width 21 | Deep 4 inches
Length is measured from the top of the leather shoulder strap to the bottom of the hanging feathers.
All measurements are approximate.
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