Native American Art-Serigraph-Jackson Narcomey

Jackson Narcomey started painting with his childhood friend Jerome Tiger. Jackson kept painting in the flat style that Indian art had been known for. He was one of the last traditional (totally flat style) painters. His extremely fine (tiny) black perimeter line paintings were perhaps as good as fine line painting ever became. This is a serigraph of an award winning painting. It comes with a copy of the award (shown). Jackson actually hand painted the fine black perimeter lines, feathers and facial detail on each one. He would use a 000 brush that would wear out in less than 6 pieces. This is truly a hand finished, hand pulled 'original' print. Shipped flat. see other keganart