A New Medicine Robe, Roye Signed Print

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A New Medicine Robe, Roye Signed Print
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"I paint my works not the way I see them, but the way viewer looks at them" said Native American artist Paladine Roye in 1989. Roye was born on the White Eagle Reservation in northern Oklahoma in the 1940s to the Ponca tribe. Although he left the reservation at the age of nine, he was taught Native stories and traditions by his parents, his grandparents and cousins. Roye didn't discover his artistic gifts until he was in thirties. He become a professional artist in 1979 and enjoyed a long and fruitful career as an artist of traditional Native American scenes. [REF: Southwest Art, July 1989 p. 76-80. Carl J. Dunne]. This is an image of three Plains Indians, most likely Ponca, hunting a small herd of buffalo. There are five buffalo that can be seen in the image, the one in the middle is white. This is a Paladine Roye signed limited edition print. The signature can be seen on the lower left hand side. This print is number 168 out of 450. The print has been professionally framed and measures 40.5" x 31" while the piece measures 30"x 21". This piece is complete with an American International Art Commissions and Appraisers certificate of authenticity, which is attached to the back. This piece is in wonderful condition and a must have for any art collectorCity: County: State: Date: 1988