Waphaha Hethunpi - The Horned Headdress ~ Quest For The West ~ SOLD

This magnificent Lakota horned headdress signifies the great bravery and honor of the man who wears it. Each eagle feather is an honor earned in battle or in service to his people. The finely honed horns, ermines, ribbons, and beadwork all carry great significance. 

I have allowed all but the man and his headdress to fade away into the pure white background, creating a powerful modern image of a historical subject. 

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Painted in oils on cradled birch panel.
Hand crafted modern black floater frame.

Painting size: 30" x 30" (41 cm x 41 cm)
Framed size: 31.5" x 31.5" (80 cm x 80 cm)
SOLD

On virtual exhibition and available from Quest for the West at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Sale by draw online on Saturday, September 12, 2020. 
Register on the Eiteljorg Museum website by Sunday, August 30 to place your name in the draw.