- Roan Eagle, Oglala
Funds from Anne Evans
Roan Eagle (Cheyenne, active late 1800s), Buffalo Robe, 1870s. Painted buffalo hide, porcupine quills, deer hoofs, horse hair, wool, and metal cones; 56 x 83 in. Denver Art Museum: Funds from Anne Evans, 1931.28
Dimensionslength: 66 in, 167.6400 cm; width: 54 in, 137.1600 cm; length: 83 in, 210.8200 cm; width: 56 in, 142.2400 cm
CollectionIndigenous Arts of North America
Known ProvenanceCollected by Alivin B. Daniels Jr.’s father, before 1916; Alivin B. Daniels Jr., before 1916; Inez E. Richards and Mrs. Jarvis Richards, 1916-1921; Kennedy, 1921; Dr. A. C. Delwarte, 1921-1931; Denver Art Museum, 1931.
- “Stampede: Animals in Art” — Denver Art Museum, 9/10/2017