Woody Crumbo Native American Dancers Silkscreen Prints

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Lot of Seven Silkscreen Prints
by Woody Crumbo, Potowatomi

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About the artist, Woody Crumbo

Woodrow “Woody” Crumbo, Potawatomi 1912-1989 Woody Crumbo was an artist, Native American flute player, and dancer who lived and worked mostly in the West of the United States. His paintings are in the Smithsonian Institution, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Thomas Gilcrease Institute in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read more . . .

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

Seven, 12" x 9" silkscreen prints.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

714 - The Tail Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

722 -The Flute Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

715 -The Eagle Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

716 - The Eagle Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

718 -The Buffalo Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

711 -The Hummingbird Dance with info on back.

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

717 -The Eagle Dance - back is blank

Native American Dancers
Lot of 7 Silkscreen Prints
by Woody Crumbo, Potowatomi

$195 for all seven prints plus s/h
(ONLY ONE LOT AVAILABLE)

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Paula says - "These silkscreen prints are likely from the late 1940s to the 1960s or thereabouts. They were part of one of our favorite and very old estate collections, The Wolf Pup Collection. The prints have been matted and protected by plastic, but never framed. This type of silkscreen print has texture to it - like thick paint. Read about Woody Crumbo in my blog post "Woody Crumbo".

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

Each print has a 20 1/2" x 16 1/4" mat and plastic cover.

 

Seven silkscreen prints of Native American Dancers by Woody Crumbo

The description of each print is taped to the back of the mat. That information is shown next to the prints in the photos at the left.

 

 

About the artist,
Woody Crumbo

Woodrow “Woody” Crumbo, Potawatomi 1912-1989 Woody Crumbo was an artist, Native American flute player, and dancer who lived and worked mostly in the West of the United States. His paintings are in the Smithsonian Institution, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Thomas Gilcrease Institute in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read more . . .

 

 

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 Navajo Pawn Wolf CollectionThis collection consists of a group of very old items that are most likely from the 1920s to the 1950s, due to being able to date a few of the pieces. These are part of the treasure trove gathered by a woman in her beloved travels in the southwest. They were tucked away in her home, only to be recently discovered by her daughter, who sold the collection to help with expenses for her dog and wolf rescue.

We’ve left most of the items AS IS, the condition in which we received them, because the historic condition is so very appealing


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