Example 27: Watercolor on muslin, Native American

Work Record
Class [controlled]: • paintings  • American art  • Native American art
*Work Type [link]:  • painting
*Title: Battle of Little Big Horn
Title: Custer’s Last Stand  Title Type: alternate
*Creator Display: Kicking Bear (Native American painter, ca. 1846-1904)
*Role [link]: painter  [link]: Kicking Bear
*Creation Date: ca. 1898  [controlled]: • Earliest: 1893  • Latest: 1903
*Subject [links]: • history/legend  • Battle of Little Big Horn (Indian Wars)  • death  • war  • soldiers  • United States Army, 7th Calvary  • horses  • Native Americans  • Lakota  • Cheyenne
Culture [link]: Native American
*Current Location [link]: Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, California, USA)  ID: unavailable
*Measurements: 88.9 x 177.8 cm (frame included) (2 feet 11 inches x 5 feet 10 inches)
[controlled]:Value: 88.9 Unit: cm Type: height  |  • Value: 177.8 Unit: cm Type: width
*Materials and Techniques: watercolor on muslin
Material [links]: • watercolor  • muslin   Technique [links]: • painting
Description: Painted to commemorate the battle at which Kicking Bear had been present 20 years earlier.
Description Source [link]: New Mexico Culture Net [online] http://www.nmculturenet.org  Page: accessed 7 November 2006

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