High Plains Warrior, Ledger Art, by Terrance Guardipee
Running Eagle, High Plains Warrior, 1890 Ledger Paper
Award winning Blackfeet Ledger Painter Terrance Guardipee records this Woman Leader in traditional pictorial fashion; instead of buffalo hide, he uses antique ledger papers as the backdrop for his People's narrative and history.
Brown Weasel-Running Eagle, born in the early 1700’s in the heartland of the Amskapi-Pikuni, and as a member of the War Bonnet Society, became one of the most famous women in Blackfeet history.
- 12" x 7 1/2"
- colored pencil, felt tip marker, ink, on original 1890 ledger paper.
Terrance Guardipee, Blackfeet
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