Shield

Shield

about 1870
Artist
No Two Horns, Lakota, American, 1852-1942
Culture
Ochethi Sakowin (Sioux) | Lakota | Hunkpapa
shield
leather, paint, and feathers
Gift of Rev. C. W. Douglas
1932.237

No Two Horns (Hunkpapa Lakota, 1852-1942), Shield, about 1870. Leather, paint, and feathers; 17 3/4 in. (diameter). Denver Art Museum: Gift of Rev. C. W. Douglas, 1932.237

This object is currently on view
Dimensions
diameter: 17 3/4 in, 45.085 cm
Department
Native Arts
Collection
Indigenous Arts of North America
Known Provenance
Short Bull; Natalie Curtis Burlin [1875-1921]; probably estate of Natalie Curtis Burlin; Reverend Charles Winfred Douglas [1867-1944] and F. H. Douglas, Evergreen, CO, around 1921-1932; Denver Art Museum, 1932.
Exhibition History
  • “Stampede: Animals in Art” — Denver Art Museum, 9/10/2017

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