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H: 23.875 in, W: 18 in, Frame height: 32.25 in, Frame width: 26.25 in
A Young Oglala Sioux
Gift of Anonymous Donor
Bama paints contemporary young Indians such as Rick Williams "as being part of two worlds, part modern mainstream culture and part reservation Indian." Using a seamless technique to render an exquisitely realistic portrait, Bama presents his subject against a cracked and worn wall to reinforce the idea that Williams is a modern Indian living in a white man's world.
verso: "A YOUNG OGALALLA SIOUX"/ 23 7/8 X 18" [Label:] JAMES BAMA EXHIBITION/ University of Nebraska-Lincoln/ Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery/ May 10-June 15, 1980/ A Young Ogalalla Sioux/ Mrs. Robert Chastain/ 18/ 24/ Acrylic Gesso Panel/ (copyright mark) JAMES E. BAMA 1975/ REPRODUCTION RTS. RES. [label on frame:] COE KERR GALLERY, INC./ 49 EAST 82ND STREET/ NEW YORK/ N.Y. 10028/ ARTIST James Bama/ TITLE "Young Ogalalla Sioux"/ MEDIUM 23-7/8 x 18"/ Oil on panel
The backgrouind of the painting is a wall in Fromberg, Wyoming that the artist photographed (from a conversation with the artist 08 06 2010 - AMD).