Ar-no-ho-wok (Medicine Woman Later or Medicine Woman Hereafter), 3rd wife of Chief Black Kettle

James Black, Ledger drawing, art for sale, Ar-no-ho-wok, Medicine Woman Later or Medicine Woman Hereafter, 3rd wife of Chief Black Kettle, southern cheyenne, plains indian, native american artist, contemporary art

James Black

(20th-21st century)
Ar-no-ho-wok (Medicine Woman Later or Medicine Woman Hereafter), 3rd wife of Chief Black Kettle
2021
 
mixed media,
signed and dated left margin
17 ¼ x 11 ½ inches
25476
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Ar-no-ho-wok (Medicine Woman Later or Medicine Woman Hereafter) was the 3rd wife of Chief Black Kettle. Colored pencil and marker on antique ledger paper, marked "Vernon County, Missouri, for the Year 1901". Presented in a custom frame, outer dimensions measure 22 x 16 x 1 ¼ inches, image measures 17 ¼ x 11 ½ inches.

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