Native North America

  • The Red Mean: Self-Portrait

    Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. American, Born 1940

    The Red Mean: Self-Portrait, 1992

    Acrylic, newspaper collage, shellac and mixed media on canvas

    Part gift from Janet Wright Ketcham, class of 1953, and part purchase with the Janet Wright Ketcham, class of 1953, Fund

    ID Number: SC 1993:10a, b

  • Haida Bowl in the Form of a Bird

    Unknown artist, Haida people. Northwest Coast, Canada.

    Haida Bowl in the Form of a Bird, ca. 1870

    Argillite

    7 1/2 x 15 3/4 x 12 1/2 in. diameter; 19.05 x 40.005 x 31.75 cm

    Gift of Charlotte Heussy McAllister, class of 1930

    ID Number: SC 1962:19

  • Sioux Vest (front)

    Unknown artist. Native American: Sioux.

    Sioux Vest (front), n.d.

    Brain tanned deerskin, glass beads, leather fringe, sinew and cotton thread

    Gift of Elizabeth Carter

    ID Number: SC 2009:45-2

  • Fringed Bag

    Unknown artist. Native American: Lakota.

    Fringed Bag, n.d.

    Brain-tanned leather probably elk or buffalo, glass beads, wood, deerskin fringe and ties, cotton thread

    Overall: 43in x 7 1/2in x; 109.22cm x 19.05cm

    Gift of Elizabeth Carter

    ID Number: SC 2009:45-1

  • Pipe Bag

    Unknown artist. Native American: Lakota.

    Pipe Bag, n.d.

    Chamois-tanned leather, cotton thread, glass beads, wood, brain-tanned leather fringe and rawhide quill backings (most likely deerskin, hand cut and rolled tin cones, porcupine quills dyed with commercial dyes).

    Overall: 30in x 7in x; 76.2cm x 17.78cm

    Gift of Thomas C. and Mollie P. Montgomery

    ID Number: SC 2009:44-2

  • Yeibechai

    Sybil L. Yazzie. Native American: Diné (also known as Navajo), Born 1919

    Yeibechai, 1937

    Gouache on black wove paper

    Sheet: 17 5/8 x 25 3/4 in.; 44.7675 x 65.405 cm

    Bequest of Etel Thea Kramer, class of 1960

    ID Number: SC 2001:4-2

  • Jackstraw

    Emmi Whitehorse. Native American: Diné (also known as Navajo), Born 1958

    Jackstraw from the portfolio Expanded Visions: Four Women Artists Print the American West, 2007

    lithograph printed in color on white Thai mulberry paper

    Printed by Bud Shark

    Purchased with funds from the gift of Joyce Peterson Thurmer, class of 1952, in honor of the 50th reunion of the class of 1952

    ID Number: SC 2001:11-1

  • Sipapu

    Victor Masayesva. Native American: Hopi, Born 1951

    Sipapu, 1986–1991

    Gelatin silver print with collage and hand painting

    Sheet & image: 19 7/8 x 15 15/16 in.; 50.4825 x 40.4813 cm

    Purchased with the fund in honor of Charles Chetham

    ID Number: SC 1993:2

  • A Story about Ekeagualuk

    Tivi Etook. Inuit, born 1928

    A Story about Ekeagualuk, 1974

    Stonecut on white paper

    Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Houston (Alice Watson, class of 1959)

    ID Number: SC 1979:35-15