"Warrior in Black"
1979 portfolio of Kiowa Indian Art
(The only facsimile reproduction of the 1929 French original ) Monroe Tsatoke (Hunting Horse) was a talented and respected singer, ceremonial drummer and storyteller, as well as an inspired artist. Tsatoke was an active member of the Native American Church having converted following his remission from tuberculosis while practicing the faith. He was a major innovator of the Peyote Religion art form and created a series of visionary paintings that reflected his spiritual faith and experience. His work was published in the 1957 folio sized book titled "The Peyote Ritual: Visions and Descriptions of Monroe Tsatoke." 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. Payment is accepted in the form of US Postal Money Order or PayPal with confirmed address only.
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