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American Folk Art Carving of Standing Native American Chief, circa 1900
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American Folk Art Carving of Standing Native American Chief, circa 1900
Estimate
20,00030,000
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Details & Cataloguing

Important Americana

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American Folk Art Carving of Standing Native American Chief, circa 1900
a full-length carving in the full-round fashioned from pine and stained and painted red; the arms rotate; the figure wearing a printed cotton loin cloth and webbed belt, and metal ring earring; has horse hair braids and moccasins with brass nail studs; has removable painted pine feathered headdress and cylindrical quiver with three carved and painted arrows with arrowheads. 
Height 65 in. by Width 21 1/2 in.
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Provenance

Marna Anderson, New Paltz, New York

Literature

Marian Klamkin and Charles Klamkin, Wood Carvings: North American Folk Sculptures, (New York: Hawthorn Books, 1974), p. 44;
Marna Anderson advertisement, Catalogue of Antiques and Fine Art, 6:1 (Spring 2005), 76.

Important Americana

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New York