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Apache Crown Dancer / Monroe Tsatoke

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Title(s): 
Apache Crown Dancer
Creator(s): 
Monroe Tsatoke (Artist)
Woody Big Bow (After)
Culture: 
Native American; Kiowa
Date: 
1927
Materials/Techniques: 
tempera and graphite on paper
Paper/Support: 
Portrait; single-sided Primary:0.227- 0.229 mm Secondary:0.205- 0.212 mm Tertiary: 0.307- 0.309 mm All support are machine-made. The primary support is a muted tangerine color, craft quality and internally dyed. The painting is located on the felt side of the support; wire side on the verso. The secondary support is a dark grey and is similar in texture, quality and thickness. The tertiary support is a black elephant skin textured paper, coated.
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
02.974
Previous Number(s): 
0227.974; 14563
Department: 
Not On View

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