Original Ledger Art: White Horse
Ledger drawings are an historic Native American art form dating back to the mid 1800's. Modern-day Lakota ledger artist, Don Montileaux, uses colored pencil and ink on antique ledger paper. "Tasunka Luta," meaning "Red Horse," in Lakota, was drawn on a ledger book page from 1920. The image of the horse flies across the page. Custom framing using conservation mats and glass finishes the piece.
Frame: Width 21.25 | Height 16 (inches)
Image: Width 13.5 | Height 8.25 (inches)
All measurements are approximate.