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View Native American (2008) By John Moyers; Oil on board; 30 x 22 inches; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

View Native American (2008) By John Moyers; Oil on board; 30 x 22 inches; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

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Bb King 2007 Repro Tour Poster

Bb King 2007 Repro Tour Poster

Awesome condition, these beautiful prints are on thick paper. 12-1/2"x9-3/4" fast safe shipping. | eBay!

Awesome condition, these beautiful prints are on thick paper. 12-1/2"x9-3/4" fast safe shipping. | eBay!

Medicine Cloud (Mahpiya Pejuta), Oglala Lakota, by Frank A. Rinehart, at Pine Ridge, S.D., 1899

Medicine Cloud (Mahpiya Pejuta), Oglala Lakota, by Frank A. Rinehart, at Pine Ridge, S.D., 1899

Chase In The Morning (aka Anpao Wakuwa), Oglala Lakota Sioux, Omaha, Nebraska 1899 | Photo: Frank A. Rinehart

Chase In The Morning (aka Anpao Wakuwa), Oglala Lakota Sioux, Omaha, Nebraska 1899 | Photo: Frank A. Rinehart

Native American Indian Sioux Chief Afraid of the Bear

Native American Indian Sioux Chief Afraid of the Bear

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For Giclee Inquiries Please Contact the Gallery. Jd Challenger was born in Oklahoma with a creative fire that first began to smolder when he was a young child, becoming a wildfire as he reached his teens. After moving to the Southwest, he enjoyed success as an artist painting landscapes. Privately, Jd continued to draw and paint as he started to learn about Native Americans. He was reluctant to show his paintings in public for fear of offending a people he greatly admired. Working in oils…

For Giclee Inquiries Please Contact the Gallery. Jd Challenger was born in Oklahoma with a creative fire that first began to smolder when he was a young child, becoming a wildfire as he reached his teens. After moving to the Southwest, he enjoyed success as an artist painting landscapes. Privately, Jd continued to draw and paint as he started to learn about Native Americans. He was reluctant to show his paintings in public for fear of offending a people he greatly admired. Working in oils…

Sergio Toppi

Sergio Toppi