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Oldest Living Crow Indian By James Bama

By James Bama

Oldest Living Crow Indian by James Bama. This is a portrait of the Oldest Living Crow Indian on Horseback.

"Portrayed here at the age 91, Robert Yellowtail was the oldest living Crow Indian. When I first spotted him, he was sitting proud and erect on the back of his horse, as I have portrayed him here. Just a few minutes later, he spurred his horse and took off with the agility and bearing of a 20 year old.

The colors in the bead work used for Indian costumes are very significant as you can usually identify a particular tribe by the colors they wear. Most beads used today are 'white man's beads' and are rather garish. The challenge I find in painting a contemporary Indian in costume is to harmonize the colors for the sake of art."

The Oldest Living Crow Indian was painted by western artist James Bama was released in December 1981 as a signed and numbered limited edition of only 1,500 Crow Indian art prints, they have a 22-3/4 x 19 image size priced at $. Western and wildlife art prints for sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order yours today. All artwork is professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Western Art on sale by artist James Bama. Old Rare James Bama art prints for sale. LAST PRINT ORDER IT TODAY!

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