Kiowa 5 Artist Jack Hokeah "Warrior in Green

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 11,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
Portfolio image # 3

"Warrior in Green"
Jack Hokeah
(1902- 1969)

from the out-of-print limited edition of 750 only
1979 portfolio of Kiowa Indian Art
(The only facsimile reproduction of the 1929 French original )

Oklahoma Kiowa Five artist, Jack Hokeah was orphaned as a young boy. Jack was raised by his grandmother and had a difficult life. His grandfather was the warrior, White Horse. Father Al of St. Patrick Mission near Anardako, OK encouraged Jack to develope his art, and he went on to become one of the historic Kiowa Five painters. Jack also became an outstanding Native American dancer. Jack went to Santa Fe in 1930 to attend a Fiesta and met the renowned potter, Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo. He stayed with her and her family for the following ten years as her adopted son.

This beautiful 11" x 15" Six Color Offset Lithography
art print is in excellent condition & ready for framing. The print quality is so superb that these reproductions are occasionally misrepresented as silkscreens.

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