Original Ledger Art: Lakota's Tipi
Donald F. Montileaux is an Oglala Lakota ledger artist who uses colored pencils and ink on antique ledger paper. "Lakota's Tipi," is a small-scale original drawing of two Lakota men conversing outside a tipi in the late evening. The paper that the artist used is a 1903 hand-written receipt from a company called Elling and Knight in Virginia City, MT. The piece is beautifully custom framed using conservation mats and museum glass.
Frame: Width 16 | Height 12 (inches)
Image: Width 8.5 | Height 4.5 (inches)
All measurements are approximate.
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